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Motivational Speaker And Founder of Project Footprints Andre Norman To Speak At Torrance Memorial Medical Center

Motivational Speaker And Founder of Project Footprints Andre Norman To Speak At Torrance Memorial Medical Center

Self-proclaimed “change agent,” activist, and founder of Project Footprints, Andre Norman will present “Taking Control: The Decision to Make a Change” at 9 a.m., on Tuesday, March 19 at the Torrance Memorial Health Conference Center located at 3330 Lomita Blvd, Torrance .

Changing your value system and taking control of your life is the theme of the lecture, designed to promote self awareness and positive change. Norman will share powerful lessons and techniques that he used to overcome his personal challenges, including how to identify stressors and other interferences that limit you from reaching your full potential.

Before becoming a motivational speaker, Norman lived a life of crime. He was sentenced to 100 years in prison in solitary confinement for his violent crimes and leadership in prison gang activity. After being paroled Norman committed to create a positive impact in the world as an author and advocate. He became a public speaker and participated in Engage Today, an event featuring the Dalai Lama, Dr. Stephen Covey, and Sir Richard Branson. While traveling as a motivational speaker he founded Project Footprints, which helps individuals, non-profits, and charities meet their goals and change lives for the better.

The Torrance Memorial Thelma McMillen Center for Alcohol and Drug Treatment has served the South Bay community for more than 10 years, offering expertise for those seeking to recover from substance abuse problems and wanting to make positive changes toward sobriety. It offers comprehensive outpatient drug treatment programs for individuals and families, as well as group counseling.

Additional lectures in the “Frontiers in Addiction” series will be offered to mental healthcare professionals throughout the year. CME’s/CEUs (2.5) are awarded. For more information on the symposium and to register call 310-257-5758.

About Torrance Memorial Medical Center
Founded in 1925 by Jared Sydney and Helena Childs Torrance, Torrance Memorial Medical Center is a locally governed, 401-bed, non-profit medical center established to provide quality healthcare services, predominantly to the residents of the South Bay, Peninsula and Harbor communities. Torrance Memorial seeks to offer the most current and effective medical technologies rendered in a compassionate, caring manner. For more information please visit:


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