Sparrow Foundation and Women Working Wonders present the 41st annual Kaleidoscope on Friday, Sept. 11, at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center in East Lansing.
The daylong event focuses on women's health and education initiatives, and features unique opportunities to learn and network. Women Working Wonders (W3) is proud to continue the legacy of the MSUAA Kaleidoscope program, now in its 41st year. The women of W3 are excited to introduce a re-imagined Kaleidoscope to the mid-Michigan community. This event furthers W3's mission to support the physical and psychological health of women through community leadership, resource development and outreach initiatives. Our friends and partners at the MSU Alumni Association will continue to have a strong presence in Kaleidoscope, and the most popular features of this beloved event will remain unchanged.
This year’s event features Antonio Dajer, M.D., as the Keynote speaker. Dr. Dajer was a medical first responder when the World Trade Centers were attacked on September 11, 2001 and was the sole attending physician on duty when terrorist-hijacked planes purposefully hit the twin towers of the World Trade Center. Some 1,500 victims were treated by Dr. Dajer and his team that day.
Other special guests include a Kaleidoscope favorite, Professor Elliot Engel, an award-winning teacher of English and American literature, who will present a lecture on Frank Lloyd Wright, the great American architect.