Ovarian Cancer Research Alliance Hope Fashion Show @ Stanley Korshak
Sep 24 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Join us in Dallas, Texas for a night of fun and fashion to end ovarian cancer, with complimentary cocktails, passed appetizers, Stanley Korshak sponsored fashion show featuring survivors and local celebrities, auction, swag bags and more. All to support life-saving research and support programs for survivors and their families.

Honorary Chair: KJ Murphy, Stanley Korshak Vice President Public Relations,Marketing and Advertising

Bryan’s House Pathways to Inclusion Luncheon, Awards & Special Needs Summit @ Belo Mansion
Apr 7 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Honorary Chairs: Dr. Lisa Genecov and Betsy Kleinman

Chair: Betty Regard

With a metallic colored attire theme, guests will dress to impress, enjoy lunch, raffle, an emcee-led discussion with a unique perspective…from a global leader panelist who is a mother of a child with special needs to a leader taking extraordinary measures to serve and hire those with special needs in the workplace.

Topics will include:

TECHNOLOGY to serve or advance the lives of at-risk children with special medical, therapy or other social/emotional or mental health needs, and their families.

INNOVATION: Taking diversity and inclusion a step further. Corporations creating career paths for those with special needs or making accommodations for their employees or those that may have a child with special needs.

Panelists include:

John McGill, Director of Brand Partnerships Mensa

Kelly Burton, National President AT&T Ability ERG

Gerry Mecca, Former VP-IT Keurig & Founder EKG

Richard Margolin, Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder Robokind

Laura Ramirez, Director, Diversity & Inclusion Specialist Ericsson

Dr. Hiren Shukla, Automation & Innovation Neuro-Diverse CoE Leader Ernst & Young

Tracy Picon, Sr. Director Healthcare Industry Executive Strategist Microsoft

Bryan’s House will also honor 2020 Wisdom’s Hope Awardees:


Temple Emanu-El Dallas


Rust E. Reid, Thompson & Knight, LLC


Sarah Losinger


The University of Texas at Dallas


Studio Movie Grill (SMG)

100% of proceeds go to the Family Supportive Services Program (FSS) and Therapy Coordination.