Genny Sopher on Exceptional Women!

September 4, 2019
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Sue Tabb interviews a woman who is taking her profound grief and turning it into an opportunity to help educate others and potentially save lives. Genny Soper lost her college-age son Clay to a mixture of prescription drugs and alcohol in 2015. She is here today to not only tell Clay’s story, but to bring awareness to the dangerous party culture out in our communities and colleges.​

“If They Had Known” is a 35 minute documentary program that focuses on today’s party culture and the risks of recreationally mixing prescriptions drugs with alcohol.  It is an honest and emotional account of what happened that night spoken by the friends who were with him.  It is truthful and alarming and has proven to connect with students in a modern way.