Over 150 years ago, Henry David Thoreau pronounced that “Men have become the tools of their tools.” Think what you will about technology, it’s evident that man’s struggle to be good stewards of technological innovation is nothing new.
All parents K- 12 and students in grades 6-12 are invited to an event designed to expose and address some of the challenges presented by the explosion of technology witnessed in recent decades.
Hear from a distinguished and diverse panel on the challenges and opportunities technology presents, followed by a question and answer session. Open to the community.
Dr. Roxana Lambdin graduated from UCLA with a major in psychology. She went on to complete her Master’s and Doctorate from The California School of Professional Psychology (CSPP), with an emphasis in Multicultural Community Mental Health. Dr. Lambdin completed training programs at a Day Treatment unit which treats chronically mentally ill individuals; an internship at Loyola University’s Counseling Center where she gained expertise in the treatment of young adults and adults in a broad range of areas such as depression, anxiety, relationship issues, among others. Dr. Lambdin is currently in private practice in Kerrville.
Officer Chris Ayala serves our community in a host of ways. Officer Ayala serves as the FISD School Liaison and Criminal Justice Instructor. In addition to performing the standard duties of a peace officer, Officer Ayala in heavily involved with mentoring our local youth and is excited to share from his vast personal experience working with youth in a number of challenging capacities.
Kaleb Dale, Fredericksburg native and our panel’s “official Millennial,” will share a unique spiritual-secular peek into the challenges we face as we seek to live well in the digital age. While being employed full-time locally as a mechanical engineer, in just past couple of years, Kaleb has maintained a robust youth-ministry presence, get married, have a child, and develop an interest in and talent for creating quality video content.
Parker Given, graduating senior of the Class of 2017, is humbled (and possibly a trifle nervous) about the opportunity to share candidly from personal experience about life in the digital age.
Heritage School Alumni share at Chapel