Scott A. Shay is a leading businessman, thought leader, and author of several widely read books on profound issues facing the Jewish community. Scott is the co-founder and Chairman of Signature Bank, well known as one of the best banks in New York for private business owners. Scott earned a BA in Economics and a Masters in Management from Northwestern University, a valuable experience due to the commitment of his professors to high academic standards and the ideals of the university’s motto.
Today Scott will discuss his third book, Conspiracy U: A Case Study utilizes this motto as a backdrop to illustrate how his alma mater and academia, in general, have departed from these standards and ideals, sacrificing academic integrity and trustworthiness scholarship in favor of Conspiracy Theories.
Scott is a distinguished leader in the Jewish community and an avid student of religion and its application to the world outside of the synagogue, church, or mosque. These interests are reflected in Conspiracy U, as well as his previous two books, In Good Faith: Questioning Religion and Atheism and Getting Our Groove Back: How to Energize American Jewry. Scott lives in New York City, NY. For more information go to his website at:https://www.scottshay.com/
Our second guest today is Erin McCullen, Head of Deposit Products at Bank of America she will provide tips for parents to help their kids develop financial skills to set them up for post-grad financial independence. Erin will also share insights on the latest products, tools and services available to students. For more information, please visit: www.bankofamerica.com/student-banking/
Our last guest is LaShawn McIver, MD; Director of the Office of Minority Health, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Dr. McIver will discuss the many benefits of Medicaid and CHIP for eligible children and teens up to age 19 and how they can enroll.
Dr. LaShawn McIver joined CMS as the Director of the Office of Minority Health in August 2020. She is a proven public health leader with experience in driving successful health initiatives and public policy efforts aimed at promoting health equity, improving health outcomes, increasing access to care, and promoting health system reform. For more information go to: https://www.cms.gov/