Jay Sherwin

jay sherwinJay Sherwin created the Life Reflections Project to educate people about legacy letters, ethical wills, and other legacy documents. He has practiced law, given away money for five different charitable foundations, worked as a philanthropy consultant, and served as a hospital chaplain. Jay has extensive experience facilitating adult learning programs and he has taught this online workshop for OLLI programs nationwide. More information is available on his website at www.jaysherwin.com.




Course Title: Writing a "Legacy Letter" (Fall Term 2022) 
Participant Testimonials: 

Excellent class--the material was very clearly and comprehensively presented! Jay gave us all the information to be able to write a good Legacy Letter.

A well designed set of slides provided visual highlights of the key messages. The audio was excellent: Jay enunciates extremely well--I felt like I didn't miss a word.

Course Title: Writing a "Legacy Letter" (Spring Term 2022)
Participant Testimonials:

Excellent course! Jay's style is so relaxed, calm and encouraging. One of the best courses I've ever taken!

The course was terrific. Given his kindness, empathy, and thoughtfulness, Mr Sherwin was the perfect person to teach the course. He created a very safe environment for students. Very good class.

Course Title: Writing a "Legacy Letter" (Fall Term 2021)
Participant Testimonials:

One of the best uses of zoom I have seen or participated in. Jay Sherwin is an expert!!!

Impeccable timing. Presented the course clearly, calmly, and on time like a fine Swiss watch.

Course Title: Writing a "Legacy Letter" (Winter Term 2021)
Participant Testimonials:

A seasoned educator and one who made everyone's contribution meaningful. A real talent.

A real pro. Power point was very well done and used to perfection.

Course Title: Writing a "Legacy Letter" (Summer Term 2020)
Participant Testimonials:

Jay was wonderful in offering so much information and guidance.

Jay was so clear and organized and paced the presentation so well as he also paused and asked participants for comments and questions throughout.

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