In the face of COVID-19, racial injustice, and increasing homelessness, how we address these intersecting issues reveals who we are as people, and a society.

This virtual event, in support of the LifeMoves innovative programs and services that rapidly return thousands to stable housing each year, will share:
• How we, as individuals and collectively, can rise to meet the growing and evolving crisis of local homelessness
• Insights from experts Lori Gottlieb, Psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author, and Dr. Brian Greenberg, V.P of Programs and Services at LifeMoves
• A powerful account of strength and resilience from a former LifeMoves client

Lori Gottlieb
Psychotherapist, New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which is being adapted as a television series, nationally recognized journalist, and weekly “Dear Therapist” columnist for The Atlantic. Her recent TED Talk is one of the top 10 most watched of the year.

Dr. Brian Greenberg, PhD
Vice President, Programs & Services, LifeMoves
Dr. Brian Greenberg oversees all programs and services at
LifeMoves. He is a licensed psychologist with more than 25
years of experience in behavioral health and housing programs. Prior to LifeMoves, Dr. Greenberg oversaw adolescent services and research and evaluation for 18 years at Walden House.

Martha Joseph
Board Member, LifeMoves
Martha is currently the Sr. Associate of Development at Tipping Point Community and her focus for the past decade has been on public service, political advocacy (primarily focused on foster youth), and non-profit operations. She was formerly the Operations Manager at John Burton Advocates for Youth.

If you have any questions or would like to join the host committee, please contact Nandini Gondhalekar at or by calling 650-685-5580 ext 115.

September 10th
7:45AM - 9:00AM
Online Event