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Share Your Story of Impact from the Front Lines of COVID-19

We invite all members of the Gannon Family to share their stories of impact while on the frontlines of COVID-19.

We invite all members of the Gannon Family to share their stories of impact while on the frontlines of COVID-19.

Throughout the coming weeks, we’ll be collecting and featuring stories from members of our Gannon Family who’ve stepped forward to make a meaningful difference for others amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Being on the front lines has taken on a broader meaning. Your everyday career work, volunteer efforts, and simple interactions with others puts you at the forefront of unique opportunities to create positive impact in a rapidly changing world – and we want to hear about it. 

Hope Shared in Your Voice features stories of courage, of overcoming challenges, inspiring hope and igniting pride through everyday actions. Each story is narrated through the words of our Gannon Family. 

We invite you to share your own story with us, too. To do so, please answer the below questions and submit them to mariotti002@gannon.edu along with a photo(s). Your story will be filtered through our many storytelling platforms over the next few months.

We know that positive change is happening, and it is because of visionary people like you. Thank you!

Please answer the below questions to prompt your story submission. You can copy and paste your answers in an email with a photo attached and send to Brianna Mariotti at mariotti002@gannon.edu.

Name:

Degree (if applicable):

Graduation year (if applicable):

Current job position and employer:

  1. How would you summarize your day-to-day career during the pandemic?
  2. Can you share a professional experience that has been impactful for you during the COVID-19 pandemic?
  3. What have you learned from this experience?
  4. How do you feel Gannon prepared you during this pandemic?
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