Posted by Andrea Johnson on Aug 07, 2019
Since August is Membership Month, it was a great opportunity today to have four of our newer Rotarians give their Vocational talks. It was an opportunity for our members to get to know them better. 
We heard from Judy Mitchell, Cori Ramsay, Vivian Martin and Kathy Carlson who have all joined our club in the last two years.
Judy Mitchell is a counsellor and clinician with Morneau Shepell. Before her current role, she was previously involved in Aboriginal health as a counsellor and clinician, working in First Nations communities in B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Ontario, setting up research centres. She also spent time with Positive Living North and the Elizabeth Fry Society. 
She joined Rotary in October 2018. 
Cori Ramsay is a Communications Officer with Integris Credit Union as well as a City of Prince George Councillor who is passionate about public relations. She was a speaker in the inaugural 2017 TEDxUNBC and a Prince George Chamber of Commerce’s Top 40 Under 40 recipient. She joined our club in March.
Vivian Martin is a retired City of Prince George employee who is an artist, jeweller and photographer. She creates masks and sculptures out of recycled cotton T-shirts. She also teaches workshops on her various forms of art. She joined our club in October 2018. 
Kathy Carlson is the Executive Director of the Central BC Railway and Forestry Museum joined our club in August 2018 who currently sits on our Operation Red Nose and Peace committees and is our Vice-President. She was also the volunteer co-ordinator for PG Ribfest. 
Judy, Cori, Vivian and Kathy have all volunteered with our club in various capacities, including Operation Red Nose, Prince George Cougars games, PG Ribfest and the HIV/AIDS Walk.
Welcome, you are indeed #PeopleofAction! #WeAreRotary