Tamarack President talks Social Entrepreneurship in Orillia

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Last week the co-founder of one of our affiliated organizations, the Tamarack Community Initiative, Paul Born travelled to Orillia to speak at the Georgian College campus. He talked about the important of Social Entrepreneurship and Community Engagement, two of the MSCU Centre's core values.

It was very encouraging to hear that Orillia is heading in the right direction when it comes to these important aspects.

"It’s important to have a better understanding of how everything coexists," Born said. “Collaboration isn’t just about working together; it’s about common energy. It’s all of us working to implement a plan.”

Staff from the College spoke highly of Born, saying that he is very inspirational. After his presentation, he also signed the city’s Sunshine Initiative bus.

Born was featured in an article by Andrew Phillips in the Orillia Packet on Wednesday, October 21st, 2015. This article can be seen in full here.