Family Leadership Summit 2020 has ended
PAUSD 2nd Annual Family Leadership Summit
February 22nd from 8:30-2 at Gunn High School

PLEASE NOTE: Registration for a session is not required, however, space is limited as sessions will be in general classrooms with seating for 25-30 participants. Feel free to move around on the day-of if rooms are full. Sessions are EACH 45 minutes, so one session per block. Please sign-up for one session per block with four total session blocks.

You will notice at the end of the title of the Session the organization the information comes from, in relation to the speakers. We hope this helps frame the session content.

TRANSLATION SERVICES: Translation will be made available in specific rooms. Any presentations in those rooms will offer Spanish and Mandarin as languages translated. We do apologize if your language is not supported, and we ask that you please let us know about this so we can do better in the future. The rooms are:
K Building Rooms - 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11
P Building Rooms - 115, 116, 231

If you have questions, please email Miguel Fittoria at mifittoria@pausd.org
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Saturday, February 22 • 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Optimal Nutrition - Controversy vs. Consensus (Stanford) FULL

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The impression coming from the media is that nutrition topics are extremely controversial - Omega-3 fats, gluten, Low-Carb vs. Low-Fat, how much protein, ketogenic vs. vegan. Professor Christopher Gardner has been a researcher in the field of nutrition for the past 30 years, and has served on committees from the American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association that develop dietary guidelines, and he concludes that there is far more agreement than disagreement. Join him for an engaging blend of science and humor and an interactive discussion of the consensus and controversies of nutrition.

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Christopher Gardner, PhD

Professor of Medicine, Stanford University
Christopher Gardner has a PhD in Nutrition Science from UC Berkeley, and is the Rehnborg Farquhar Professor of Medicine at Stanford University. He has spent the last 30 years studying what to eat and what to avoid to maximize health, as well as studying different motivators of successful... Read More →

Saturday February 22, 2020 1:15pm - 2:00pm PST