How to Give Forward and Make an Impact


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What does giving forward look like to you?
Do you ask yourself how you can make an impact in your community?

Stacey Ann Berry will discuss 4 key pillars of community service to help professionals, entrepreneurs and students become more impactful and effective as they “give forward.” 

These pillars are rooted in human values that reflect our deep desire to experience a fulfilling and meaningful life.  If you are passionate about making a difference in your community and value investing in the lives of others, this webinar is for you!

3 key takeaways:

1.     Benefits of using the 4 pillars of community service 
2.     Recognize how you can make a difference, especially if you are in a board room or c-suite  position and everyone looks the same or no one looks like you
3.     Never walk through doors of opportunity alone, bring those who face barriers with you

Stacey Ann Berry is an innovative entrepreneur, published author, and a highly sought-after speaker. She has a Graduate Degree in Public Policy Administration and Law, as well as, an Honors BA in History and Law and Society from York University. 
As a presenter, she inspires audiences to take a leap of faith, motivates them to make a difference, and ignite their inner talents. 
Prior to starting her company, Bstellar™ Consulting Group, Stacey taught professional development seminars at Seneca College and facilitated workshops for United Way Toronto and York Region. She also worked as a Government Relations Liaison for the Provincial Government of Ontario and a federal policy intern for Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) in Washington, D.C. 
Stacey is an influential and service-driven leader who is passionate about community development and advocacy. Some of her community involvement includes volunteering for the 29th Annual Turkish Conference on U.S. Relations for the American Turkish Council, Rogers TV, The Olive Branch of Hope, Inspire North and the Heart and Stroke Foundation. 
As a former member of the Toronto Board of Health, Stacey chaired the Public Health Champion Awards Selection Committee, served on the Performance Appraisal of the Medical Officer of Health Committee and the Association of Local Public Health Agencies (alPHa) Board of Directors. 
Stacey is the recipient of the “Outstanding Contribution to Student Experience” Award from York University and was recognized as one of the “100 Accomplished Black Canadian Women.” 

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Book: Deeper Reflections of Life: Words to Inspire the Heart and Uplift the Soul
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