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Rosi Maria Di Meglio is a visual artist and a dedicated mother of six children. Born in Vancouver and now living and working in Montreal, Rosi graduated with distinction from Concordia University 2021 with double majors in Painting/Drawing and Art Education. While pursuing her studies and managing a full household at the same time, she believes that her hard work ethic and dedication have opened doors for her that may not have happened if she was not as persistent.
In life, as in the hunt for a suitable job, resilience is the ability to deal with the hand you’re dealt and press on, even in the face of stress and unforeseen change. The good news is that this is a skill that can be developed over time. And if the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that the ability to adapt to change—particularly in the labour market—is a skill that’s worth investing in.