|Next @ the Forum|
|5/6/2017, 11:00. & 2:15|
|Member Speaker||[change]Jeannine Bookhardt-Murray|
|Theme for Day:||Mr. Jake and the Red Sea|
|Bio:||Jeannine was born in Lincoln, Nebraska and raised in Denver, Colorado. She received her
Bachelor's degree from Andrews University and her Medical Doctorate Degree from University of
Colorado Health Sciences Center. Her desire to work in an inner city led her to New York for
residency at Harlem Hospital. She is Board Certified Internal Medicine and nationally
recognized HIV Specialist. As the Chief Medical Officer at Harlem United her responsibilities
include supervision of two busy clinical practices. Harlem United specializes in care for people
with HIV/AIDS, drug and alcohol abuse, homelessness, transgender care and other marginalized populations.|
Although a 4th generation SDA she was out of the church for over 25 years. She gave her heart to God in 2004 and was rebaptized in 2007. She is married to James Briggs Murray, the former curator of the Moving Image and Recorded Sound Division at the NY Public Library's Schomburg Center in Harlem. It is always a special joy when she speaks to us.
|Notes:||The theme is: forgiveness.|
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