CNHED Annual Event: Thoughtless Leadership

December 15, 2020

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December 15, 2020
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Join us for CNHED’s now virtual Annual Event!

After countless zoom meetings, conferences, seminars and plenaries, we thought it’d be nice to bring a little levity. This year, CNHED’s Annual Meeting features a 4-person comedic panel, which is guaranteed to make you forget about all the awful Zoom meetings you’ve been stuck in for the last 8 months

Rick Younger

Rick is an actor, comedian, and singer originally from Baltimore, MD. Television appearances include “AXS TV’S Gotham Comedy Live” and “It’s Showtime at the Apollo.” Rick also toured nationally with the Broadway musical RENT. You’ve undoubtedly seen him in numerous national television commercials, the Woody Allen Amazon Series, “Crisis in Six Scenes” and guest spots on HBO’s “Girls,” “Blue Bloods” and “Law & Order: SVU.” Film credits include Ordinary World and Morning Glory. Rick’s latest comedy album, “Fried Chicken and White Bread,” is available on iTunes. He’s currently on Broadway in Mean Girls the Musical and is on the current season of “The Last O.G.” on TBS where he plays the role of Mezzo Mike.

Pete Pinocci

Pete has been part of the DC based short form improv group “The Penthouse Basements” since 2010 and they have made the difficult transition from ‘live’ audience performances to ‘live’ ‘Zoom’ performances since March of this year. Since 2016 Pete has been a radio personality on a bi-weekly radio show on Takoma Radio (94.3 FM takomaradio.org) called “The Thought Bowl”. Pete is a creator of comedic based songs and his music can be found via soundcloud under the name of ‘Mulatto Angry’. Pete is a musician who has played with various D.C go-go bands and will be featured on the 2021 album release by D.C. R&B artist- S@int. You can also find Pete on Instagram-@PetePinocci- He has many funny reviews of various vegan snack products.

Lois Thompson

For the past seven years, Lois has produced and hosted Blacklight Comedy Show at The Brooklyn Moon. Always an all-female line-up, Blacklight has become a must-do stage for NYC and visiting comedians alike.  Since 2016, she has also produced the comedy portion of the Brooklyn Pride Celebration.
When she is not busy finding funny people, Lois helps people find their place in the world of real estate where she is a top-producing veteran of 18 years.

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