Lilly Marks portrait

Resilience & Reflections: A Conversation with Lilly Marks

| 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM
A child of Holocaust survivors, Lilly Marks’ parents couldn’t help with her homework – but they gave her indelible lessons on surviving adversity and shouldering responsibility. From practicing balancing her parents’ checkbook in 5th grade, she would go on to become a member of the Federal Reserve Bank Board of Directors, an author of a key section of the Affordable Care Act, Vice President for Health Affairs at the University of Colorado, and a key player in building today’s thriving Anschutz Medical Campus. Join us for a rare personal conversation about her extraordinary life.

This is the first event in the series, "Unexpected Insights: Conversations with Jewish Women in Medicine," presented by the Helen Morris American Jewish Experience in Medicine Program.  In-person at the Fulginiti Pavilion or via Zoom.  RSVP Today>>
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