Global Connections: Navigating the New Abnormal
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Global Connections: Navigating the New Abnormal is a monthly virtual leaders Zoom forum. Moderator ROBERT SIEGEL, award-winning, legendary host of National Public Radio’s All Things Considered (1987 - 2018), interviews experts on society, economy, politics, and and leaders in finance, real estate, technology and medicine to discuss new industry realities and how to navigate the complexities of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global Connections is hosted by American Friends of Rabin Medical Center (AFRMC), a 501 (c)3 nonprofit charitable organization that was established in 1995. Through a variety of programs and fundraisers across the United States, the funds raised by American Friends of Rabin Medical Center benefit AFRMC in furtherance of its mission to fund charitable, educational and scientific purposes at Rabin Medical Center. A portion of all funds raised are used for AFRMC operations. Israel’s Rabin Medical Center in Petach Tikvah, named after former Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, is the pride of Israel, serving the needs of one million patients annually without regard to ethnicity, nationality or religion.
Venue: Zoom Webinar
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