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Loretta A. Cella

Loretta is an International Facilitator, Advocate and Life Enhancement Coach who has spent the last 11 years dedicated to the empowerment of individuals, families and communities. Having worked with diverse individuals and groups in Canada, New Delhi, Kenya and Uganda, Loretta has developed a deep appreciation and passion for diversity and connecting the human spirit to purposeful action.

Loretta founded the The Passion Foundation in 2007, a unique charity that has spent the last three years empowering young women to create their own legacy in this world using solution-focused coaching and a workshop series called the Elements of SUCCESS.


Aug 7th, 2011
Bring your sketchbook everywhere. Catalogue anything and everything that inspires you. Write down your ideas and never think that just because you are done school means you stop learning.
Jun 12th, 2011
Vancouver recently held its first Love Vancouver Festival, a festival of green art, music and lifestyles. Over 6,000 people people gathered at the Olympic Village to take part in the...
Jun 5th, 2011
For the past four years, Edelman Vancouver, an independent public firm, has been launching an incredible corporate social responsibilty contest for local non profits called the Little Give....
May 2nd, 2011
These Grade 11 students have a wide variety of interests -- from water, fossil fuels and waste reduction to deforestation, food security and youth empowerment.
Apr 23rd, 2011
For a 19-year-old woman, seeing life as an opportunity takes work, and a helping hand.
Apr 4th, 2011
Troubled by businesses making a lack of social good in their communities aspiring leaders Katie Peardon and Stephanie Wong, of the YWiB SFU, had an idea. Taking matters into...
Jan 30th, 2011
To make a significant impact in our community, all it takes is one person to take action with a great idea.
Jan 18th, 2011
At the Burnaby Youth Custody Centre's art exhibit, the public was invited to share their letters, poetry and art. They told moving stories of forgiveness and hope.
Dec 14th, 2010
Burnaby Youth Custody Center Passion Project art project has a home.
Dec 5th, 2010
About 10 years ago, Gary Pharness, a major contributor to literacy in the workplace and community, did a feasibility study. The study indicated that if government and community invest in young people
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