A Farewell Challenge

Lori Comallie Caplan

Goodbyes are always hard, but saying goodbye to all of my fellow SENG Model Parent Group (SMPG) facilitators as board champion is especially difficult. I feel blessed to have worked with such an awesome group of facilitators, both new and seasoned, who have dedicated so much of their time, energy, and passion to ensure that SENG is able to fulfill its mission and improve the lives of gifted families all over our country, as well as through our recent international outreach. It has truly been a privilege to serve as Board Champion for SMPG programs, and I look forward to seeing the incredible difference this program will continue to make under the new leadership of Molly Isaacs-McLeod.

Molly is an attorney, mediator, educator, and mother of three gifted children. She provides advocacy, mediation, and educational planning services to families seeking appropriate accommodation for their gifted children. She is co-founder and president of Parents of Gifted Students Inc., a support and resource group for families of gifted children. Her areas of practice include estate planning, disability, and mediation. Prior to law school, she worked in public health, where she gained experience in program development and management. Molly is a seasoned SMPG facilitator as well as a SMPG Facilitator Trainer. Please take time to welcome Molly as the new Board Champion for SMPG programs.

I am leaving you with a challenge. As someone who is keenly aware of the needs of gifted families, I’d like to be able to count on you to make a donation to help SENG fulfill its mission. The SMPG Team has a goal of raising $5,000 for this year’s Annual Appeal. Simply click on the SMPG Fundraising Site address below to visit the SMPG fundraising page. You can read more about what we do as well as make a secure donation online at http://sengifted.donorpages.com/AnnualAppeal2013/SMPG 

Thank you for your support!

Lori Comallie-Caplan

 

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