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A very good example of how repetition can result in accidents due to complacency. This presentation would be good for the national convention.
A great way to present safety from a unique perspective. It was very true to life.
Mercedes’ presentation added a very thought-provoking element to our leadership development program. Based on feedback from our participants, we’ve invited her to be one of our standing keynote speakers.
I was very touched by Mercedes’ speech. I put myself in her place. I think this should be presented at every safety meeting. On a scale of 1 to 5, I would give her a 10!
[Your presentation] was amazing, and the turnout was incredible. It was standing room only, which has never happened before. The feedback on the survey was very positive.
It was great to see all the smiles on the children ...what a wonderful way to bring in the holiday season for the patients and their siblings Make-A-Wish North Texas . Thank you Medical City Childrens Hospital and all the kids who came to our gingerbread ornament table. The kids were so creative 🌲
People ask "do you get nervous before a speech?" Nope.... I get excited!! Same as an athlete does before a big game! Time to run around and find someone to chest bump... I go onstage in 7 minutes!!!!
Today is #WorldAdoptionDay ! My deepest admiration to those that adopt, foster and volunteer for children who otherwise wouldn't feel loved and cared for! There is no greater action of love and respect for life than to take on the awesome responsibility of loving a human being as your very own❣️Please share and tag those amazing people in your life who have adopted, fostered or were blessed enough to be adopted... because they are proof that our communities are improved through the power of love-- one family at a time.
Mercedes Ramirez Johnson added a new photo.
Thank you Miss Pat for inviting me to the Fort Worth Women's Club today. So many amazing women doing so many wonderful things in the community. I especially enjoyed meeting the kind woman pictured with me on the top left. She was a nurse for American Airlines that was dispatched to Cali, Colombia after the plane crash. She worked alongside the medical staff to ensure all our needs were met during that difficult time. Incredible!