Date(s) - 12/20/2019
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
There’s probably not enough room under the standard American Christmas tree for this box. But, fortunately, there’s room in Americans’ (and global Rotarians’) hearts for it. And, unfortunately, there’s need for it in many countries around the world, usually in the aftermath of natural disasters. Rarely tied up with a bow, Shelterboxes are grandly welcomed wherever Santa (or his Rotary helpers) deliver them.
Donald G. Jorgensen, Ph.D., CEAP is the owner of Arizona-based Human Factor Consulting. With over 25 years as a business owner and consultant in the areas of change leadership, conflict management, and behavioral health, Don helps bring out the best in leaders and organizations around the globe.
Don’s known for his humor and a straightforward style as a global speaker and has been interviewed in the US, Canada, Ireland and China on alcohol & drug issues and crisis response.
Don has authored numerous articles and books covering such topics as children of alcoholics and the impact of change. His EAP Buyers Guide has been adopted for use worldwide.
Dr. Jorgensen is past president of the International Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Greater Tucson Leadership and the Rotary Club of Marana. He is a Paul Harris Society member and currently serves as a volunteer ambassador for ShelterBox USA.
Don and his wife Kathy have lived in Tucson, AZ for over 30 years.
Don and Kathy have worked on humanitarian projects around the globe, including South Africa, Zimbabwe, and Brazil.
Don is a cancer survivor, a runner, and currently holds a 3rd Degree Black Belt.
Don was recently honored with the “Lifetime Achievement Award” from the International Employee Assistance Professionals Association.