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OCAHU Webinar: Overcoming Adversity and Life’s (Perceived) Obstacles

OCAHU Webinar: Overcoming Adversity and Life’s (Perceived) Obstacles

Date: March 16, 2021
Time: 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm PST
Place: Online
Cost: $0 Members, $10 Non-Members

Featuring: Russell Lehmann, Speaker, Author, Autism and Mental  Health Advocate

OCAHU proudly presents “Navigating the New Normal: A Keynote Presentation” from the 2021 Sales Symposium, featuring Russell Lehmann – free to all OCAHU members and Sales Symposium 2021 attendees.

The keynote presentation features an emotional, raw, compelling, and inspiring story about a breakthrough – with encouraging messages about perseverance, compassion, adversity, and doing hard things. Our speaker, Russell Lehmann, is an award-winning and internationally recognized motivational speaker, poet, author, and advocate – who also happens to have autism. Undiagnosed with his condition until the age of 12, Russell has endured some of the most difficult obstacles one can experience in life. He illustrates his message of endurance through his experiences and stories, calling others to rise above their challenges and to be their very best.

Russell’s words have been featured in USA Today, LA Times, NPR, Yahoo! News, Success Magazine and are archived in the Library of Congress. Russell uses his platform, compassion, and deeply personal stories to help others understand and overcome life’s perceived obstacles, while also advocating for those with mental health and invisible disabilities.

To learn more visit or contact Gail James Clarke at 714.441.8951 x 3 or

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