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May 12, 2008


So true! There are so many opportunities it's just not always as obvious as maybe a non-profit would.

Exactly, Rosie! Thanks for validating Lia's story. I think it's an important one.

I know Lia personally, and she is exactly as you describe her. A dynamic person who doesn't say she can't do it, she just does it. Both the corporate world and philanthropic world are the better for her presence.

Hopefully, others will read this blog and take up the torch like Lia.

Thanks, Dee, how do you know Lia? I met her while working on a seminar for Aetna, and she really inspired me to get some more volunteer activities going in my spare time.

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