Muskoka

3 days 6 talks
Amazing and inspiring speakers

October 25-27
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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Danielle

McKeen

with Sergeant Janice McDonald — Introduction to Human Trafficking, definitions, how Human Trafficking occurs in a community, Victimology, Risk Factors, Warning signs, Victim Supports. Local perspective.

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Raul

Scorza

Originally from Mexico, Raúl graduated from the University of British Columbia with a B.A. in International Relations. Raúl coordinates community outreach initiatives under Horizons’ maternal, newborn and child health project in Guatemala.

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Debbie

Morales

Debbie is a teacher with degrees in Education and International Development from Trent University. Debbie works with government and private donors, participates in Educational Tours to visit projects in the field and provides guidance on Ontario Curriculum links for Horizons’ educational work with public schools.

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Richard

Brulotte

Richard’s discussion highlights how we can apply the lessons of the Rotary efforts towards polio eradication to securing water for the world.

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Paulson

Skerrit

Dr. Paulson Skerrit, Lecture at the Dept. of Education, at the University of the West Indies will deliver a discussion paper on “Improving Literacy by treating and solving the ADHD/Reading Problems within the Primary School System of Trinidad and Tobago“.

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Bill

Wilkerson

OF TWO MINDS: Workplace Mental Health in the Era of Artificial Intelligence.