Speaker Date Topic
Dr, Kuy Ky - Stockton Rotarian & Mentor Apr 19, 2021
General Dentistry and Dental Implants
General Dentistry and Dental Implants

This is a Hybrid Meeting. (In Person and Zoom).
For Guests attending by Zoom:  Please contact Douglas to receive your invitation that includes the access code to our Monday Zoom meeting.

Dr. Kuy Ky, General Dentistry and Dental Implants

Hosted by club member, Norm Spalding

Topic:  
Dental Implants

 

About the Speaker:

Dr. Kuy E. Ky Stockton Dentist is passionate about family, honesty in dentistry, and Rotary Club, which he has been an active member in for 15 years. His motto is: "Healthy, Beautiful Smile for a Life Time."

Dr. Ky specializes in primary dental care for the family, routine restorative work, root canals, dental crowns, dental implants, and cosmetic dentistry, as well as new innovative teeth whitening techniques.

  • Chosen featured speaker for the American Dental Implant Association Symposium for numerous years
  • Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantology ICOI
  • Voted in as Ethics Chair for the San Joaquin Dental Society
  • Co-Director of Implant Dentistry Continuum for the San Francisco and Los Angeles Programs 2003-2007
  • Lead Author for a Dental Implants study entitled The Ky Club of Dental Implants

Information gathered from Dr Ky's social media.

Gabriel Munro Apr 26, 2021 12:30 PM
Teach a Mother, Teach the World:
Teach a Mother, Teach the World:

This is a Hybrid Meeting.  (In Person and Zoom).  Our Guest Speaker is attending by Zoom.
For Guests attending by Zoom:  Please contact Douglas to receive your invitation that includes the access code to our Monday Zoom meeting.

Gabriel Munro, Director of Communications, Amarok Society

Hosted by club member, 

Topic:  
Teach a Mother, Teach the World:

What can we do about the fact that 1 in 3 children is growing up illiterate? With no access to a quality education, the predictable future for these children is life-long destitution, violence, and exploitation. It’s no wonder the UN considers education to be an essential human right. Amarok Society, working with some of the poorest mothers in the world, is breaking this cycle. Amarok Society goes into the poorest slums in the developing world to teach illiterate mothers. Those mothers then teach everything they’ve learned to children in the neighborhood. Not only do they become community leaders, these remarkable women are moving thousands of children from destitution to university. We’d love to tell your club more about this unique approach and how education is transforming lives.  Gabriel Munro www.AmarokSociety.org

About the Speaker:
From the time of its inception in 2006, Gabriel Munro has actively contributed to the activities of Amarok Society.  This work has ranged from teaching first mothers, then teachers in Bangladesh, to arranging international speaking tours, and directing communications for the organization in Canada.

Outside of his work for Amarok Society, Gabriel is also a published writer, composer, and has a diploma in Radio Broadcasting.

Gabriel Munro www.AmarokSociety.org