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Melissa Clark Reynolds

Funny, curious, busy

My Forum Pitch 

Last year Melissa pitched the idea of Wellington becoming a Child friendly City - somewhere where there wild places to roam and play; bike lanes; and every kid could walk to the dairy and back for an ice cream without an adult in complete safety. Rotary and WCC took up the challenge and Melissa is back with an update.

Melissa Clark Reynolds became a Futurist and Professional Director after 25 years experience as an tech entrepreneur and CEO. In 2015 she was awarded the ONZM for her services to the Technology Sector. She keeps bees on Mt Victoria and is passionate about our common futures. Last year we asked her to pitch an impossible dream and assumed it would be something Techy, instead she advocated for our city's children.

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FEATURED VIDEO

Impossible Dreams for Wellington: city and the region.

‘Impossible Dreams’ follows the highly successful Rotary Forum 2017: Achieving the Impossible Dream for Wellington: the city and the region.

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Presented by the Rotary Club of Wellington in partnership 
with Victoria University of Wellington - Centre for Lifelong Learning.

 
 
 
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