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A big thank you to all our presenters who participated in the PechaKucha event on November 2, 2022 and also a big thank you to our sponsor the Ontario Brain Institute.
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PechaKucha (PK) is a free online and offline global storytelling platform that celebrates people, passion, and creative thought. The PK 20×20 presentation format is a slide show of 20 images, each auto-advancing after 20 seconds. It’s non-stop and you’ve got 400 seconds to tell your story, with visuals guiding the way.
With so many virtual events happening we wanted to design and create an engaging virtual event for our community and decided on a PK style event. This was an opportunity for survivors, caregivers, health care professionals, donors and volunteers and anyone else connected to our community the opportunity to share more about who they are, what they are passionate about or a cool project they’ve worked on.
Want more inspiration? Check out these PechaKucha videos created by some of our staff.
First up, Janic Gorayeb, Senior Health Education & Engagement Specialist who shares the various roads that led her to working for Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada.
Support Services Specialist, Karen Malkin Lazarovitz shares her love story for tattoos and how they became a healing tool to help others see the beauty in themselves.
Jennifer, Human Relations Manager at Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, shares her personal journey of going grey during the pandemic.
Todd Goold, Information and Support Services Manager at Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada, shares what he has learned in his personal and professional experience so you too can live your best life.
Courtney McDonnell, Human Relations Associate, discusses her love of thrifting and it’s many personal and practical benefits.