Dr. Anne-Marie Zajdlik shares her inspirational journey to create global good.
Wed, December 2, 2020, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST
Dr. Anne-Marie Zajdlik, Guelph family physician, shares how establishing an AIDS clinic in Guelph and a speech by Stephen Lewis set her on a journey to raise $1,000,000 for AIDS victims locally and in Africa. A subsequent trip to Lesotho changed her forever, inspiring her to set up support for the AIDS-ravaged people of Lesotho, Africa through Bracelet of Hope. She shares how vision and passion enabled her to overcome the challenges and obstacles along the way, and how they helped her and her team adapt and adjust as the world changed. Today, she harnesses what she has learned of pandemics to support the Wellington-Waterloo area through the COVID crisis. She is also a strong advocate for the drive toward the UN’s 2030 goals.
Are vision and passion enough? Not likely, but without them the chances of success are far less.
Join us on December 2nd, 2020 at 11:00 am for an on-line event featuring Dr. Zajdlik.
This online session is free to current members of WFRE and only $25 to non-members. A link to the session will be shared with all registered guests prior to the event.
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