Farewell UBC

Posted by: | December 10, 2010

Another era has come to an end for me. Today I say goodbye to many friends and colleagues at UBC as I move on to new adventure and exciting opportunities. In January I will begin studying at the New Zealand College of Chiropractic, finally pursuing a dream I’ve had for some time.

Good-byes have never been easy for me, and the case is no different today. I am leaving a fabulous group of people whom I respect and admire so much, and can only hope to be surrounded with individuals half as wonderful in the future. I’ve also had the opportunity and pleasure of meeting so many of you through HSE’s programming across campus. It has been tremendously inspiring to hear your personal health stories, so wanted to thank all of you for sharing those so openly.  

I wish you all the best and continued success with your health and wellness goals. You have been a pleasure to serve!

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One Response to “Farewell UBC”

  1. Suzanne says:

    We will greatly miss you Thea (in fact, I already do), but we’re so excited to see you follow your dreams.
    Thanks for everything. Here’s to good colleagues and friends in health.

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