September 3, 2013
Steve Kossor, Founder of The Institute for Behavior Change located in Exton, PA, has been invited to the White House to be recognized as a “Champion of Change” in our community. This event will be highlighting Prevention and Public Health leaders.
Steve Kossor has been providing behavioral health services to children in Chester County since 1977. He has been recognized regionally and nationally as a leader in his field and will now be recognized by the White House.
The White House regularly features a group of Americans, individuals, businesses and organizations, who are doing extraordinary things to empower and inspire members of their communities. On September 10th, 2013, White House and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) officials will participate in a discussion with these Champions to learn more about how their prevention and public health efforts will have lasting effects on the health of Americans.
Steve says “ I was surprised to get the invitation and pleased that the hard work of our staff has been recognized.” The event will be held from ten am to noon on September 10th, 2013 in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, South Court Auditorium, at the White House.
Contact: Susan Rzucidlo, SPEAK Unlimited Inc. SPEAKSusan@gmail.com