Youth In The Not Quite Post COVID-19 World Recording

Service Hospitality recently hosted a LIVE panelist discussion with guest speakers Ross Wickware, Managing Director from Safety in Schools and LCdr Megan McKenzie, Medical Intelligence from the Canadian Armed Forces Intelligence Command. (*bios provided below) In this presentation, Ross and Megan shared their expertise in a discussion on Youth in the not quite post COVID-19 world. Their back and forth dialog conversation included facts surrounding COVID-19, the importance of mask-wearing, the power of social distancing, hand washing and the impact on the way our students will continue to learn through technology. The information these two experts share in this presentation is invaluable and should be shared far and wide. It is our pleasure to provide you with access to the recording of the live session! 

 

 

 

 

 



Special Guest Presenters: 

Ross Wickware
Managing Director
Safety in Schools Foundation of Canada

www.safetyinschools.ca/

Ross has been part of Safety in Schools since its feasibility study in 2010, taking on the role of Managing Director in 2011. He brings over 27 years of military experience with the Canadian Forces and 5 years of field security experience with the UN and international non-governmental organizations. Ross continues in the role of Managing Director with Safety in Schools Foundation of Canada, a non-profit organization dedicated to the education of Canadian youth on workplace hazards and safety.

 


Lieutenant Commander Megan McKenzie
Medical Intelligence, Canadian Armed Forces Intelligence Command

LCdr Megan McKenzie attained her Bachelor of Science in Microbiology from the UofS and holds a Master of Public Health and a Master of Arts in Disaster and Emergency Management. As a 25 year veteran, Megan has held several positions with the Canadian Armed Forces; As the Team Lead for Medical Intelligence at the Canadian Forces Intelligence Command, she specializes in the assessment of foreign medical capabilities, infectious disease and environmental health risks posed to deployed forces.

 

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