In Support of MEDA

Breakfast with Friends!

Join the Waterloo Network Hub for an engaging breakfast event dedicated to celebrating the impactful work of peopleCare in our community. This is your chance to gain invaluable insights and inspiration when you hear what they have been up to throughout the region.

Event Highlights:

Dynamic Speakers: Get ready to be inspired by our keynote speakers. 

Sheena Campbell, is the VP of Communications and Engagement at peopleCare Communities, with over two decades of expertise in leading communication, engagement, and marketing initiatives across long-term care, home and community care, and government sectors. Her writing prowess specializes in crafting compelling organizational narratives that captivate and inspire audiences. Sheena plays a vital role in enhancing peopleCare's operational excellence and resident-centered approach, aligning with their vision to redefine senior living. She leads comprehensive strategies to promote social responsibility, raise awareness, and engage partners, contributing significantly to their shared value and fundraising objectives. Sheena is an active member of the International Association of Business Communicators and serves on the Ontario Long-Term Care Association Advocacy Committee. She holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree and completed the Public Relations program at Ryerson University with honors.  

Stella Annan is the Executive Director at Golden Years Nursing Home in Cambridge, one of the peopleCare family of managed Homes. Stella has a proven track record of striving for excellence in resident care; Golden Years was named the Best Long Term Care Home in the Waterloo Region through The Record’s Readers’ Choice Awards in 2022. She also has a strong focus on employee engagement and is passionate about mentorship of all team members, helping them to reach their full potential aligned with peopleCare's values. Stella is a certified administrator through the Advantage Ontario Leadership Program and a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Science from Ryerson University.

A MEDA Moment: Dean Shoemaker, Senior Development Officer at MEDA, will provide an update on his recent journey to the Feminist Entrepreneurs Growing Green Economies (FEGGE) project in Tanzania. Discover the transformative impact of MEDA's work.

Breakfast with Friends: Savor a delicious breakfast while mingling with friends and fellow MEDA supporters. It's the perfect opportunity to connect and share your passion for positive change.

Don't miss this chance to gather with like-minded individuals, fuel your passion for community impact, and be part of the change we want to see.

Secure your spot now, and let's create a brighter future together!

Register Today!

Date: Thursday, October 19th, 2023
Location: RiverSong Banquet Hall, 632 Hawkesville Rd, St. Jacobs
Time: 7:30 am
Cost: Regular $25, Student $15
RSVP: October 12th, 2023

General admission
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Student discount
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Optional Donation