SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA, April 9, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who/ — Stanford Who’s Who proudly announces the acceptance of Roz Hill to the distinguished ranks of leading professionals as a result of her exceptional effort in the community. As Founder and Managing Director of the Young Adults Program (YAP), as well as throughout her brilliant professional career, Roz has routinely exhibited the passion, vision, and dedication necessary to be considered among the best.
Established in 2004, the Young Adults Program is an internet based, registered Australian nonprofit organization, which aims to get young males and females to take ownership of their own bodies and responsibility for their own health and well-being. The organization provides people with a wealth of knowledge and myriad resources, allowing youth to be proactive as opposed to reactive in matters of health, particularly breast cancer. The Young Adults Program was born from Roz’s passion to help others to avoid the trials and tribulations she herself went through. After losing her father to cancer and her mother to breast cancer, she was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 29 which she has been fighting successfully for almost 30 years.
Roz is a past fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and past fellow of the Australian Institute of Credit Management. She also serves as a Volunteer with the Sydney South West Area Health Service Community. Over the course of her incredibly impressive career, Roz has earned numerous accolades, including a National Community and Business Award from Sara Lee Apparel in 2002; National Community Achievement Award from Pacific Brands Ltd. in 2003; and a Certificate from the National Australia Day Council Chair for being nominated as Australian of the Year in 2008.
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