I reach out today because I thought that your heart might be heavy, too, after the recent tragic events in the United States. PCMA is a community and, even more, we are a family. When tragedy strikes, it affects us all.
We stand with those in Jeffersontown, Ky., and at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh. While we cannot bring back those who were lost, we can remain firm in our resolve to eliminate hatred and violence in the world.
Especially in days like these, I think about the power of meeting face to face. This is how we will transcend and eliminate barriers that may keep us apart. I assure you that PCMA will remain committed to its mission of bringing people together, driving social transformation, and keeping our workplaces and events safe and welcoming.
Together we can heal and make the world a better place.