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RICHMOND HILL

Re-Ignite your passion for Rotary
Be inspired at the TED style talks

October 21-22

Are you ready to

REV UP ROTARY?

You will be when you attend the 2016 District 7070 Conference. Poised to please, inform and inspire the 2016 conference will boast a 3R Hub where you can explore Rotary projects, exchange information and fuel friendship. It’s a different kind of space for you to Re-ignite, Re-charge and Re-imagine Rotary. When you aren’t in the 3R Hub you’ll find yourself being driven by a program of inspiring TED style talks from speakers who will have you racing for the open road to do good in the world.

Meet the

Speakers

Re-Ignite your passion for Rotary with a day full of energetic and inspiring sessions based on a TED Talk model.


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Annu

Gaidhu

Annu Gaidhu, M.A., E-RYT, is an internationally recognized yoga teacher with an unquenchable enthusiasm for life, love, and healing.

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Dr. Ritika

Goel

Ritika Goel is the Lead Physician at the Inner City Family Health Team and was formerly the Population Health Lead for ICHA.


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Kim Katrin

Milan

Executive Director of The People Project, Co-Founder at Milan Media Arts Productions and Co-Owner of Glad Day Book Shop, Kim Katrin Milan shares her experience as a gifted young activist and social entrepreneur who is committed to raise consciousness around diversity and inclusiveness.

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Michael

Prosserman

Break dancer, Cirque de Soleil performer founder and CEO of Unity Charities, Michael Prosserman empowers youth through the art of dance.

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Ashley

Murphy

Ashley Murphy was born with HIV/AIDS. Today the 18 year old fights the stigma associated with the disease. She is an experienced ‘We Day” speaker, and the recipient of numerous awards.

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Speaker

TBD

We are still finalizing our conference speakers. Please check back soon for the finalized schedule.


From last year

Check out the gallery from 2015 conference held at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto.

Join the

Talks

Re-Ignite your passion for Rotary with a day full of energetic and inspiring sessions based on a TED Talk model.


RE-CHARGE

Healing from the Inside, Out

This presentation discusses best practices in mindfulness meditation, yoga and social-emotional learning to help advance mental health and well-being for youth, educators, and community leaders to promote positive change.
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RE-IMAGINE

Re-imagining Healthcare in Canada

Dr. Ritika Goel examines the gaps in our health care system and the resulting financial, physical and emotional consequences.
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RE-IMAGINE

Learn, Commit & Reimagine: Creating Change

In her presentations, Kim Katrin Milan Kim uses personal experience as well as examples from case studies, social media, and current events to outline practical ways for individuals and organizations to make diversity and equity a greater consideration.
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RE-CHARGE

The Road Ahead

Through words and performance, Unity Charities’ story of the transformative impact of dance in achieving life-changing outcomes for youth.
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RE-IGNITE

Re-Ignite Your Life – Turning Weaknesses into Strengths

Ashley’s positive message of “Rock your differences, own them and be you“ resonates with young and old. Her own story and that of her family of 10 kids-8 of whom have special needs – serve as an inspiration for us all.
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RE-IGNITE

We’re driving to get this one!

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Sponsors

You and your organization have magnificent potential to highlight your product or service to an engaged group of Rotarians through sponsorship opportunities.

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