Guest Speaker:  Amanda Pick, CEO Missing Childen's Society of Canada 
Friday, January 15, 2021 - Time: 12:00 Noon to 1:15 PM
Rotary Virtual Meeting via Google Meet and YouTube Live
Topic: Recognizing the Important Role Members of the Community Have
In Helping the Police Locate a Missing Child. 
Host:  Past President Neil Phillips          
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Amanda Pick has been the CEO of the Missing Children Society of Canada (MCSC) for more than 10 years. During that time, she has helped move the organization into the digital age, taking it from one that distributed posters when it was founded in 1986, to one embracing the latest technology to help police in the search for a missing child.
Amanda has made partnerships a core component of MCSC's work, engaging organizations such as Esri Canada and Microsoft, to create the ground-breaking Child Search Network, technology that delivers real-time details from police about missing children cases to community members specific to their location. It also lets the public share vital information with police that can lead to finding missing children safely.
As a tenacious advocate and influential collaborator for missing children in Canada, Amanda engages multiple ideas, voices and partners in the search for missing kids. In 2014, she was honoured by the Globe and Mail as one of the Top 12 Innovators in Canada.
Recently the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police (CACP) passed a resolution identifying MCSC's Child Search Network as the complementary tool and national system to be used in the search for all cases of missing children and youth that do not meet the strict criteria for the AMBER Alert national strategy for missing children.
Amanda Pick, Chief Executive Officer