Our Sunday morning speaker series featuring the expertise and voices of our community continues on December 19 when Felice Borisy Rudin, JD, Ph.D., will be teaching about her work with the Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project to reduce underage drinking, binge drinking, and deaths due to alcohol use in Wisconsin.
Felice practiced municipal law for eight years before joining the Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project, and before that she engaged in neuroscience research. Unfortunately, Wisconsin has a reputation for being the worst state for binge drinking. Felice will share with us what she has learned from neuroscience and law about why alcohol misuse is a public health issue, and ways that it can be addressed through local action.
Brunch is back! Menu masters Barry Rich and Adrienne Borisy-Gross return to spearheading a delicious brunch with a menu related to the theme of our talk. Come to Beth Israel Center and enjoy Wisconsin-themed foods -- all non-alcoholic. We kindly suggest donations of $8 per person to offset the cost of the brunch.
This program will also be on Zoom, although online participants will only see (and not smell or taste) the food.
Email the office for the Zoom link.