Todd Hauptman is a uniquely passionate communicator with a background in media, politics and nonprofit, including serving a provincial cabinet minister and two Members of Parliament. The Queen's Jubilee Medal recipient is an international public relations consultant and writer. Hauptman spends most of his time working with the Kidney Foundation of Canada BC & Yukon branch as their online marketing specialist. The 29 year old Vancouver resident had a kidney transplant nearly six years ago, which fuels his passion for life.
Human resources and corporate culture have been drastically changing in recent years and Vancouver technology companies are leading the way in this transformation. In the past decade the very purpose and focus of human resources departments has been shifting.
Our world has some incredible non-profit organizations that are working to solve some of the greatest challenges of our time. Unfortunately many of these organizations are not equipped to effectively articulate their story to the public, potential donors and supporters, thought leaders, and politicians.
03/23/2016 11:43 EDT
Kidney disease is a serious condition that can affect anyone at any age, including children. Twelve children are on dialysis in B.C., almost 150 with non-dialysis chronic kidney disease and another 50 are in post-transplant care. These numbers may appear small but the impact on their lives is significant.
03/16/2016 11:07 EDT
At the age of 23, I got my life back. It was the day I received a kidney transplant. Now, I have the absolute joy of waking up every morning because I know that I get to live life and pursue my dreams, my bucket list. This was made possible only because of a dear friend, Tanya Tait., who gave me the best gift ever -- a new kidney.
01/19/2016 11:18 EST
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