Feb 22, 2022
On Part 2 of today’s episode with Dame Laura Lee, DBE, Chief Executive of Maggie's –Everyone’s Home for Cancer Care, Laura shares details of the special gardens at Maggie’s, and how thoughtfully they are designed to nourish every visitor, supporting both optimistic and challenging conversations.
Learn more about Maggie’s famous architects, the architect of the first Maggie’s center, and what qualities an architect must have to make her or him a perfect fit to design a Maggie’s. How did Frank Gehry become a Maggie's architect, and how did Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall become Maggie’s President in 2008?
Part 2 continues Cheryl's deep conversation with Dame Laura Lee as they explore the evolution of Maggie’s centers, what has changed because of the pandemic, and what the future of Maggie’s holds.
Learn more about Dame Laura Lee and Maggie’s by visiting: https://www.maggies.org/.
Read Maggie’s architectural brief; given to every architect who designs a Maggie's center: https://www.maggies.org/about-us/publications/.
In Part 2 of Cheryl’s conversation with Dame Laura Lee, they discuss:
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