Our Acting Executive Director Pamela Liversidge had the opportunity to present at Sam Sullivan’s 33rd Public Salon at the Vancouver Playhouse Theatre in Vancouver, BC. Alongside other though leaders in the community, Pamela spoke to the innovative work Foundry is doing to transform access to health and social services for young people in BC. She describes Foundry’s network of partnerships as being “one-stop shops” in seven – soon to be 11 – BC communities, and develop online tools and resources at foundrybc.ca.
The Public Salons originated from dinner gatherings hosted by Sam Sullivan and Lynn Zanatta for over a decade. These dinners were attended by up to 10 people from very different walks of life who each spent 5 to 10 minutes speaking about something they were passionate about.
If you missed the event, you could see Pamela’s full talk below.
This article was originally on Sam Sullivan’s Public Salon page.