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On Wednesday, November 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Lawrence Room Gilda Bonanno, a survivor of the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, will present "How Will You Spend Your 28,000 Days?" as part of the President's Lecture Series.

Ms. Bonanno will discuss her experience during the tsunami and how living through it has shaped her approach to life. A professional speaker, trainer, and life coach, Ms. Bonanno will help the audience gain a vivid appreciation of the importance of believing in oneself and taking action to achieve one's dreams.

After this talk, audience members will not want to spend another thousand of their estimated 28,000 lifespan days feeling lost or settling for less. This program is designed to help listeners build a meaningful and successful life, no matter what the future holds.

In her work, Ms. Bonanno helps people improve their presentation skills so they can be more successful. She achieves results by combining her business background with her improv comedy performance experience and her conviction that with the right training and practice, anyone can become a more effective communicator. She has worked with executive throughout North America and in South America, Europe, China, and India.

For more information, please contact Rachel Lerner Colucci at (845) 848-5012 or rachel.lerner@dc.edu.

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