VIP Cocktail Hour
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Speakers & Guests
ActorChris’ breakout role was in Ridley Scott’s Thelma and Louise (1991), followed shortly by playing Jack Barry in Robert Redford’s Quiz show (1994). Other notable performances include Into Thin Air (1997) as John Krakauher and Tappy Timmons in Requiem for a Dream (2000) opposite Ellen Burstyn. Chris has co-starred in hit comedies Happy Gilmore, American Pie, Flubber and Leave it to Beaver. Harry’s Law, Boardwalk Empire and Family Law highlight his television credits. Click here to view his IMDB profile.
Gala Honoree“Inspired by Harvard’s Professor Gerald Caplan’s vision, Dr. Meji Singh has transformed collective mental health and wellness (optimized use of medication with evidence-based approach combined with psychotherapy) of communities by clinically and professionally integrating into resolving conflicts at individual, group, family and organizational levels (life crisis intervention through institutional programs e.g., school-based and south Asian community services). Bringing his experience as the Assistant Director of California’s Center for Training in Community Psychiatry and Mental Health Administration, he founded the Hume Center which has trained professionals from all over the Bay Area, the state, and targeting a grander scale of audience leveraging Community Behavioral Health services and administration.
The Hume Center is excited to announce there will be an exclusive book signing of his published a book during the VIP private cocktail hour. Key insights on the causes which inspired Dr. Singh to successfully disrupt the mental health and wellness landscape as a change agent have been shared in his book “Changing the Course of Destruction” which showcases his incredible journey. The book explores how to stop the course of destruction and help humanity truly find peace. To do this, he reviews catastrophic events in human history, such as the Partition of India, Hitler’s Germany and Nine-Eleven. He believes that Change Agents, such as community psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, social workers, and organizational development consultants; spiritual leaders; academicians; politicians; and CEOs of business organizations and banks may be particularly interested in reading this book.”