The Norton Rose Fulbright Famous 5 Ottawa Mentorship Program is an opportunity for young women to be heard. Famous 5 Ottawa believes that young women should be at the front of the room speaking and not at the back of the room organizing.
'I like the term anti-fragility. The idea that you can grow in the face of adversity or stress, or use disruptions and obstacles as a source of strength; it is the ability to overcome and improve. Those who are anti-fragile excel in problem solving and motivate all who surround them—they are always getting better,' write Rose LaBrèche, a Famous 5 Ottawa Norton Rose Fulbright Mentorship Program winner. Photograph courtesy of Rose LaBrèche
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