Community manager praised for “brilliant” work
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Total Healthcare’s community liaison manager Lorenzo Kaisara has received high praise for his tireless work helping people to fight back against COVID-19 and get the support they need.

Recently the Pasefika Youth United wrote to Lorenzo to thank him for his “brilliant” work at numerous COVID-19 community events.

“We appreciate the extended hours you continually contribute to our events and the amazing energy you bring into our community spaces that have made our events the most enjoyable for all our youth and peoples who are coming forward to be vaccinated,” they wrote.

 “We are hopeful that your colleagues and associated peers recognise your efforts in our community over this pandemic and take inspiration from your work.”

Total Healthcare PHO’s chief executive officer Mark Vella congratulates Lorenzo for the hard work he enthusiastically puts in to support our communities, particularly those in South Auckland, by promoting vaccination and sharing health and support information. “His skills as a fluent Samoan speaker, broadcaster and community manager are vital in times like these,” says Mr Vella.

“I could not agree more with the feedback from Pasefika Youth United! Lorenzo’s work is truly inspirational and we are so fortunate and proud to have him on our team.”

* Pictured is Lorenzo at the MegaVax Pacific drive-through vaccination event at Mt Smart Stadium in November 2021.

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