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Not All Wounds Are Visible Community Conversations Series CONTINUES!

Donna Jacobs Senior Vice President, Government, Regulatory Affairs and Community Health at the University of Maryland Medical System, one of our ACE Interface Master Presenters is holding this conference at UMMS next week. This is the second large conference Donna has created relating to ACEs!

The University of Maryland Medical System invites all Baltimore community members to participate in their Not All Wounds Are Visible Community Conversations series. In the past the conversations have touched on depressionaddiction and mental illness.

Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) Plus: Knowing What Works

Quentin Vennie


Wednesday, November 13, 2019
9 am - 2:00 pm

UMB Campus Center
621 West Lombard Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201

Join the University of Maryland Medical System and the University of Maryland, Baltimore on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 from 9 am to 2 pm for a FREE community conversation about adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). ACEs occur when exposed to toxic stress or traumatic events and strongly impact health outcomes throughout a person’s life. Join us as we continue an important discussion about this critical public health issue. This event is open to the public and provides an opportunity to gain valuable insight, tools, and resources for inspiring resilience and supporting anyone managing stressful or traumatic events. Join us for FREE discussions, breakfast, lunch, and resources. 

Quentin Vennie is a celebrated wellness expert, motivational speaker and author. He grew up in Baltimore under conditions defined by adversity, struggle and hopelessness. Quentin was raised by a single mother who fought tirelessly to give him a better life and on a path to something better. 

Plagued with low self-esteem, and feelings of abandonment, Quentin was diagnosed with anxiety and depression at age fourteen. Years later he developed a prescription drug and alcohol addiction that drained him of everything, including his desire to live. After years of fighting a war of anxiety, depression and addiction, he set out on a journey to heal himself. With nothing more than faith and determination, he was able to successfully overcome his addictions, as well as develop a system to better manage his anxiety disorder. Quentin is living proof that during our weakest moments, we have the power and ability to unlock unimaginable strength.



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