2017 TED-style TALK – Courage is viral: Using lessons from the US Ebola crisis in 2014 to challenge suicide as contagion and tracks the spread of lived experience leaders. Presented at the 2017 Phoenix American Association of Suicidology conference.

2016 TED-style TALK – Hanging on One More Moment: Using lessons from Fear Factor to challenge suicide as a choice and ponders whether everything we knew about suicide was wrong (also presented at Chicago American Association of Suicidology conference)

2016 TED-style TALK – National Council, Las Vegas. Borrowing from the theme of the animated movie Inside Out, what are the voices inside the behavioral health executive’s head, and what’s needed to succeed.

2014 Impact Award for Health IT – Since 2006, Behavioral Health Link has created an air traffic controller’s view, utilizing technology and the lessons of aviation safety to drive innovative solutions in crisis systems (National Council Excellence Awards).

2013 Qualifacts User Conference – In Ft. Lauderdale to keynote on integrated care, health and wellness alongside National Council’s Kathy Reynolds.

2012 Belfast Contact NI – In Northern Ireland to keynote on Zero Suicide in Healthcare.

2011 TED-style TALK – National Council, San Diego, CA. The Zero Suicide in Healthcare philosophy challenges us to “raise the rails” and create safer places.

2011 AAS Interview – After her watershed panel on suicide attempt survivor support groups in Portland in 2011, Denise Pazur interviews me and champion Stephanie Weber.

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