Prevention Through Balance

About the Event

Brought to you by Youth Action Team United Way of Broward County’s Commission on Behavioral Health & Drug Prevention
 

Featured Speakers: Dr. Ken Winters & Iris De Santiago

Zoom Webinar & Panel Discussion for Middle & High School Students and their Parents 

Learn the importance of sleep and limiting screen time! Join this fun virtual event with a panel discussion followed by a Q&A.

Broward County Public Schools middle and high school students can earn community service hours by accessing the virtual discussion through the Zoom link sent to their email upon registering and by attending the discussion for the full duration. 

This webinar will be presented live via Zoom. Link provided upon registration. 
 

About the SPEAKERS

Ken C. WintersKen C. Winters, Ph.D.

Ken C. Winters, Ph.D. is a Senior Scientist at the Oregon Research Institute (MN location), and a consultant to the National American Indian/Alaska Native Technology Transfer Center. Previously he was a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Minnesota, where he founded and directed the Center for Adolescent Substance Abuse Research for 25 years. His primary research interests are the assessment and treatment of addictions, including adolescent drug abuse and other adolescent health issues.


Iris De Santiago 
IrisDeSantiago-Photo.jpgIris De Santiago is a Library Assistant II in the Instructional Services Department for the Boca Raton Public Libraries. An eight-year career started with her hometown, where she finally learned the behind-the-scenes world of libraries. Between writing stories, refining drawing techniques, and expanding public services, she completed a BA in Psychology from FAU in 2017. Iris is currently pursuing an online BA in Language, Speech, and Hearing Science from USF.

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United Way of Broward County's Commission on Behavioral Health & Drug Prevention

Event Details

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Jenna Stein
954.453.3725 | jstein@UnitedWayBroward.org