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Stories of Resilience: How these organizations remained strong during COVID-19

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The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up business as we know it. As the dust continues to settle, it’s time to forge ahead with new ideas and expectations on how to better serve our communities.
 
On August 13th, Hayley Kramps of the City of Grande Prairie and Robin Cloutier of Dovercourt Recreation Association shared with us their stories of resilience and why it is important to develop perseverance as well as passion. Listen in for their advice, and how their organizations have adapted, innovated, and succeeded.
 
In this webinar, the panel discusses:
  1. How COVID-19 impacted their organization
  2. What they did to overcome extreme adversity the pandemic brought about
  3. What their plans are for the future
  4. Answers to your burning questions (Q & A period)
  5. ... and more!

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Hayley Kramps began her work with the City of Grande Prairie as a Summer Camp Instructor. Currently, she is the City’s Programming and Events Supervisor; she oversees all recreation and educational programming, as well as large scale events for the City of Grande Prairie. Hayley is leading the municipalities implementation of PerfectMind and using the software to come up with out of the box solutions across the organization.
 
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Robin Cloutier is the Director of Recreation Programs at Dovercourt Recreation Centre in Ottawa. Dovercourt is a not-for-profit charitable organization that operates under a service agreement with the City of Ottawa and provides programs and services to children and families. Robin is a mother of two, and lives in Ottawa, Ontario. 

 

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