Beacon Salon Lecture Series – Dr. Kerry Greenstein / Dana Manzo

Greenstein Manzo LectureLecture: School shootings are an unfortunate reality in today’s society. However, learning about past school shooters helps us learn about the patterns and trends that we can identify to help prevent similar incidents. The presenters will share information learned from previous attacks and highlight key warning signs of individuals who may be contemplating suicide, homicide, or the next mass shooting.
Please note that this event is VIRTUAL. The program will be broadcast live on LakeFront TV. You can watch LakeFrontTV on Xfinity channel 22, Prism 21 (HD1021) and Spectrum 497. Or you can stream the show on LakeFront TV’s web site or via Apple TV and Roku through the free CableCast App. Download the app and search for “LakeFront TV.”

After the lecture, there will be a LIVE Q&A via Zoom. You will receive an email from the Beacon Salon Team before the event with the link to sign in for the Q&A.

If you have any questions regarding these virtual events, please contact:

Darryl E. Owens
Director, Communications
Phone: 352-638-9789

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Dr. Kerry Greenstein serves as director of strategic program finance and oversight and teaches First-Year Experience courses. Prior to that, he served as associate dean of students for student advocacy at Georgia Southern University, overseeing the Alcohol and Other Drugs Office, coordinating official communication to students, and supporting the school’s Office of Student Conduct, Multicultural Student Center, Fraternity and Sorority Relations, Student Media, and the Student Government Association. He also created the university’s student communication plan to bolster campus safety.

Dana Manzo is a licensed psychotherapist and the director of counseling at Beacon College. Prior to Beacon, she worked in private practice counseling individuals, families and groups as well as with juvenile sexual abuse victims and women with unplanned pregnancies. At Beacon, Manzo provides diagnostic assessments, crisis intervention, and facilitates a variety of workshops to promote student well-being. She was also recently trained and certified in violence risk assessments.

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