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Thanh Campbell and Orphan 32

By February 3, 2014No Comments

On Thursday, February 20th motivational speaker and author, Thanh Campbell, comes to Redeemer University College as a guest of the Redeemer Alumni Association.

Thanh Campbell is the author of Orphan 32.  He came to Canada as an infant as the 32nd Vietnamese orphan loaded onto a Canadian Forces plane on April 12, 1975. Beside him, there were 56 other babies who would become possibly the last infants flown from the country as part of Operation Babylift, a frantic effort to save lives before Saigon fell. Orphan 32, is the amazing story of Thanh’s journey to track down the other 56 children, and, to find and meet his own family in Vietnam

Thanh Campbell is a graduate of Redeemer University College.  An internationally known professional speaker, Thanh Campbell has many years’ experience working in the non-profit sector. Today, he is a successful entrepreneur with multiple businesses.  He is a sought after speaker across North America for both Fortune 500 Companies and various charitable organizations.  He is a resident of Hamilton and locally serves on several committees that are focused on building stronger communities.

Thanh Campbell and Orphan 32 is a free event with no paid admission.     The event will be held in the Redeemer University College Auditorium at 77 Garner Road East,  Ancaster, ON  L9K 1J4 .  Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and Thanh’s talk and reading starts at 7 p.m.  Orphan 32 will be available for purchase and signing by Thanh immediately following the event.