Everybody has a voice. It can be used to hurt, or to heal, and even to spark action. As we kick-off Domestic Violence Awareness Month let’s join our voices together for good. Collectively we can make a difference in the lives of victims and survivors in our own
Our featured speaker, Lisa Regina, has found a way to use her voice – a victim of domestic violence, she has become an advocate for the cause, and a supporter of victims and survivors everywhere.
Please join us for “Voices in Action”.
Where: Hogan Campus Center, College of the Holy Cross
Date: Monday, October 1, 2012
Time: 8:00 – 9:30 a.m. (Registration begins at 7:45 a.m.)
Ticket Price: $30 per person; $300 per table of 10
Keynote Speaker: Lisa Regina, Actress, Advocate, Survivor
2012 Great Guys Award Recipients: Dr. Robert Antonucci, President, Fitchburg State University; Lyonel Jean-Pierre, Staff Attorney, Community Legal Aid
Media Sponsor: Worcester Business Journal
Actress Lisa Regina, a one-time minor character on “The Sopranos,” was the main speaker this morning at the Daybreak annual breakfast, which highlighted Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
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