Massey Talks! – Service

Massey Talks! and the Community Service Committee present

“Service”

In dialogue with Dr. James Orbinski, Dr. Mary Jo Leddy, and Dr. Elizabeth Wilson

When: Wednesday, September 30th 2015, 7:45 p.m.

Where: Upper Library, Massey College

Massey Talks! is an initiative of the Junior Fellowship that has occurred regularly for several years. Its purpose is to create new opportunities for Senior Fellows, Junior Fellows, and members of the Quadrangler Society to interact and engage in discussion. Both speakers and members of the audience come from a wide range of disciplines and backgrounds and represent the best of the interdisciplinary spirit of the college.

Speakers:

Dr. Mary Jo Leddy, Founder & Director of Romero House, Senior Fellow

Dr. James Orbinski, Physician, Chair of the Board of Directors of Dignitas International & former President of Médecins sans Frontières, Senior Fellow

Dr. Elizabeth Wilson, Fundraising Consultant & former UofT Director of Development & the Breakthrough Campaign, Quadrangler

Following short presentations from each of our guests, there will be a moderated discussion with participation from the audience.

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