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Sustaining Our Creative Selves in Times of Crisis
Maintaining a creative life is difficult in normal circumstances but during the pandemic it has seemed almost impossible to engage in the creative process. During this 30 minute webinar, author and speaker, Laura Holmes Haddad ’97, will share her practical and inventive tips for remaining focused and productive in times of crisis and uncertainty. Drawing on lessons Laura learned as a long-time freelancer, mother, and cancer patient she will help you find your way back to your creative goals—whether it is work or a much-loved hobby—no matter what obstacles are in the way.

Aug 19, 2020 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Laura Holmes Haddad ’97
Author and speaker @lauraholmeshaddad.com
Laura Holmes Haddad ’97 is a writer and speaker from California. A culinary arts degree led to years as a cookbook editor and a freelance writing career until age 37. Suddenly diagnosed with Stage IV inflammatory breast cancer, Laura led a years-long cancer battle that ended in survivorship. Laura wrote a book for other cancer patients and caregivers (This is Cancer: Everything You Need to Know, from the Waiting Room to the Bedroom; 2016) and she currently writes and speaks about cancer research and survivorship issues. Her speaking engagements have included healthcare innovators and insurers, nonprofit groups, and cancer policy changemakers including Vice President Joe Biden and Dr. Jill Biden. She currently lives in the SF Bay Area with her husband, two kids, and two dogs. For more info, visit lauraholmeshaddad.com and follow her on Twitter (@HolmesHaddad).