Sharing the Knowledge:Madison
Wednesday, November 7, 2018• 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Holiday Inn Madison at the American Center
5109 W Terrace Dr • Madison, WI 53718
Cost: Complimentary, must be pre-registered
11:30 am Check In & Lunch
12:05 pm Welcome
- Breast Cancer Recovery
- Gilda's Club: Madison
12:10 pm What is Planned Giving?
Jeff Goldman, Chair of the Estate and Trust Practice Group, DeWitt, Ross & Stevens
Mr. Goldman will give an overview of Planned Giving including: What is Planned Giving, Ways to make a gift, and Benefits of a planned gift.
About Jeff Goldman: Jeff is the Chair of the Estate and Trust Practice Group and focuses on trusts, estates, fiduciary litigation and administration, estate planning, and probate. He is also experienced in commercial litigation, charitable entities, and taxation. His combination of experience in the courtroom handling complex and routine estate and trust administration issues, and drafting a variety of estate plans for his clients gives him a special perspective that truly sets him apart from his peers.
He understands that no one looks forward to planning for their death, but he also knows it is one of the most important things a person can do to ensure that their financial, family, and philanthropic goals in life are met—even after they are gone. Jeff works with individuals of all walks of life who to ensure what they have worked so hard for is passed on to the appropriate beneficiaries.
12:20 pm Breast Exams: Workshop for Self & Healthcare Professionals
10 Newtons is on a mission to empower women to take control of their own breast health through confident, regular breast self-exams. Based on years of research conducted at UW Madison, we developed a Breast Exam Sensory Training device – BEST Touch – to help you do just that! BEST Touch will allow you to get hands-on practice to perform an effective breast self-exam using breast models and sensors that provide real-time training and feedback.
Meet our Workshop Leader:
Adhira Sunkara, PhD – Chief Technology Officer, 10 Newtons:
A biomedical engineer by training, Adhira has spent her career developing medical devices for various applications ranging from neuroscience to medical simulators. With a passion for scientific and technological innovation, her goal is to invent medical technologies that can save lives, and to make them accessible to all.
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