Mazel Tov to my friend, Moe Vela, on his upcoming book launch – "Little Secret Big Dreams"

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Little Secret Big Dreams is the real-life story of Moe Vela’s upbringing in a Hispanic, Catholic home in deep south Texas as the son of a pioneer family. Moe’s story is that of perseverance and survival when everything you know and love tells you that who you are is wrong. Join Moe on his journey as he comes to own his “little secret,” and launch himself on a journey to become the first Hispanic American and first Gay American to serve two senior executive roles in the White House. From growing up and learning to love and accept his little secret, the author takes us on a historic journey to influence major public policy, get inside the top circles of government, and to live the American dream. We get an insider’s perspective of life inside the White House, on the campaign trail and in the lives of some of our nation’s greatest leaders. Little Secret Big Dreams provides readers with a unique and personal perspective into American history and motivates us all to live our truth, celebrate our own worth, love without limitation and laugh as often and loudly as possible.

Pre-order on!

In DC on Tuesday? Consider attending JBN DC Networking – Health Care Warrior: Competing Successfully With The Big Boys

Fellow Networkers,

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

6:30-8:00 PM

Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP

1200 19th St., NW | Suite 500 

Washington, DC 20036

Join Jewish B2B Networking on Tuesday, June 28th, for a networking event with Keith Lemer.

Keith Lemer is Chief Executive Officer of WellNet Healthcare where they deliver corporate health plans integrated with real-time population and incentive management that are lower in cost than the large, national health insurance carriers. Lemer is also the co-founder of Healthcare Interactive, a software development firm that has built an innovative approach to enable all stakeholders in the healthcare continuum to consolidate and access healthcare data and applications in one platform, providing unprecedented control over the management and distribution of healthcare information.

As the founding member of the Healthcare Performance Management Institute, Lemer sits on the Institute’s Advisory Board as a supporter of research and education dedicated to the promotion of business technology and management principles that deliver more cost effective healthcare solutions. As a third generation Washingtonian, Lemer is also member of The Young Presidents Organization’s (YPO) Washington, D.C. chapter and was named 2011’s 40 under 40 by The Washington Business Journal.

You can register at We sincerely hope that you can join us for networking and will invite a colleague.

Most Sincerely,

Avi Jorisch and Scott "Shalom" Klein