Tremont School Welcomes World-Renowned Dr. Sanjiv Chopra for a Discussion on the Keys to Happiness and Longevity


The Tremont School’s 2015-2016 Forum series kicks off by inviting the public to a rare opportunity to meet Dr. Sanjiv Chopra, M.B.B.S, M.A.C.P, B.I.D.M.C, for a discussion on leadership, healthy living, mindfulness, and happiness. The forum will be held on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 7:00pm at the Tremont School, located at 57 Brown Street in Weston, Massachusetts.

Dr. Chopra is an expert on meditation, living with purpose, and maintaining the key principles of happiness. His philosophy on education and mindfulness closely aligns with the mission and curriculum of the Tremont School. Dr. Chopra is also a world-renowned Professor of Medicine and former Faculty Dean for Continuing Medical Education at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Chopra is a leading academic in Continuing Medical Education and reaches out to 80,000 clinicians in 150 countries each year. He also serves as the James Tullis Firm Chief in the Department of Medicine at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.

Dr. Chopra is a best-selling author. In 2013, Dr. Chopra and his brother, Dr. Deepak Chopra, published the book Brotherhood: Dharma, Destiny and The American Dream. He also is the author of the books Live Better, Live Longer, Leadership by Example: The Ten Key Principles of All Great Leaders, and Doctor Chopra Says…Medical Facts and Myths Everyone Should Know.

Don’t miss this rare, intimate event. A very limited number of tickets are available, free-of-charge. To reserve a seat at the forum, please visit the discussion’s Eventbrite page. To learn more about Dr. Chopra, visit his website. For more information about the Tremont School, visit or contact the Tremont School at (781) 235-4805 or

About the Tremont School:
The Tremont School is a non-profit 501c(3) organization in Weston, Massachusetts that provides an experiential learning program to a diverse group of students in grades 5 – 12. Tremont offers a real world, interdisciplinary context that develops students’ natural curiosity, personal interests and individual potential.