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May 3rd, 2021 @ 7:30 am - 8:30 am MST$25
In this session, Earl Thiessen will share his personal journey from homelessness, addiction and shame to healing, recovery, and ultimately becoming the Executive Director of Oxford House – the same organization that had a hand in saving his life.
Earl will share the positive outcomes and how life experiences and transformation helped him move forward to face challenges and tragedy while in recovery. He will share is dedication to helping others both personally and professionally, and how he has come to live a life of service to others.
Earl will speak to his beginning as a resident of Oxford House and his gradual climb to Executive Director and a leader in the recovery sector.
Oxford House Foundation is the largest Peer Supportive Recovery Housing Organization in Canada with the most diverse list of Recovery Housing models in the country. From Pre-Treatment, Entry-Level/Temporary Monitored (Covid-19 Specific) to Peer and Culturally supported Indigenous Recovery Housing for Men and Women. Oxford House Foundation has 28 Homes across the Province. A Prolific Leader in Peer Supported Recovery Housing.
7:30 AM – Welcome from Cindy Clark, President, WISC Association
7:40 AM – Presentation by Earl Thiessen
8:10 AM – Q&A and Discussion with Earl Thiessen
8:25 AM – Wrap up with Closing Remarks
8:30 AM – Webinar Ends
The WISC Association has and remains focused on support, development, and collaboration of women for women in supply chain. Our message, since COVID-19 became global, has been to recognize how women have been disproportionately impacted. We are excited that our focus and commitment resonates this year with the UN Women theme for International Women’s Day, 8 March 2021 (#IWD2021) of: “Women in leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world.”