An Amazing Adventure
Mrs. Lieberman weaves a fascinating narrative of her family's historic journey, from the concentration camps of Europe to the exciting world of Washington politics. As the wife of a Senator and vice-presidential nominee, Mrs. Lieberman shares the behind-the-scenes account of her time on the campaign trail, the colorful personalities she has met along the way, and the universal struggle of balancing work and family demands.
The Responsibility of Being Jewish
Passionate about her heritage and her traditional upbringing, Mrs. Lieberman has spent three decades advocating for Israel and a variety of Jewish causes. In a very candid discussion, she will explain the importance of instilling Jewish values in our children, the role of Judaism in her life, and the necessity of active participation in Jewish communal activities.
The Baby Boomer Generation: What Does It Mean and Where Do We Go From Here?
With the Baby Boomers making up 25% of our nation's population, serious thought must be given to the many challenges that lie ahead for this rapidly growing contingent. Drawing on a career in the health field, Mrs. Lieberman addresses the financial and practical issues surrounding consistent access to quality healthcare for Americans of all ages.
Living the American Dream
The daughter of Holocaust survivors, Hadassah Lieberman found herself amid a whirlwind of excitement on the presidential campaign trail. Married to Senator Joseph Lieberman of Connecticut, the Democratic vice-presidential candidate in the 2000 presidential election, Mrs. Lieberman has dedicated much of her life's work to women's health issues, assisting nonprofit organizations, improving educational standards, and promoting international understanding.
Most recently, Mrs. Lieberman has joined Susan D. Komen for the Cure, the world’s largest grassroots network of breast cancer survivors and activists. As a Global Ambassador with the Komen for the Cure’s Global Initiative for Breast Cancer, she works to create sustainable breast cancer outreach and education programs around the world.
Recently, Mrs. Lieberman organized and participated in the first ever Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure in Israel. The race took place in Jerusalem with over 5,000 participants and was considered a success. CLICK HERE to read an article about the race from the Jerusalem Post Below is a link with a video about the race from the Jerusalem Post: