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Jo Ann Capp

Jo Ann Capp's first memoir is Four Hot Chips, a story about how she and her family survived cancer when her five-year-old son was diagnosed with bone cancer in 2007. She continues to work hard for the acknowledgement of the ripple effect cancer has on families and loved ones. Jo was awarded a Paul Harris Fellowship in 2013 for her commitment to charity and community, was a finalist in the QRRRWN Women of Leadership community award in 2014 and was the winner of the Community Dedication award in Darling Downs Women of Leadership 2017. It is obvious where her passion lies.

Session Information

EVERYONE HAS HER OWN EVEREST! A CONVERSATION ABOUT POSITIVITY IN A CRISIS.

Supported by Toowoomba Regional Council, Jacinta Tynan speaks with Jo-Ann CappSue Mackey and Alyssa Azar.