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.

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