Meant to Be is a dynamic multimedia presentation of Roslyn's family and personal survival, resilience and triumph over tragedy. Her program has been described as emotionally charged, uplifting and presented in a manner that is both entertaining and inspiring." She is known for leaving her audiences filled with wonder and inspired with a greater spirit of hope and humanity. Roslyn travels across North America telling her educational and inspirational story to diverse audiences of all ages and backgrounds: From youths to seniors, faith-based groups and community organizations to corporations and those fighting cancer. She starts by telling the story of her parents as two unlikely survivors of World War II - Her mother survived the concentration camps of Nazi Europe, including the horrors of Auschwitz. Her father survived the Nagasaki atomic bomb as a prisoner of war in Japan. She shares how they were prisoners of war in opposite sides of the world who survived in the most extraordinary of circumstances and found everlasting love, against all odds. She then goes on to share her own survivor story... When diagnosed with cancer of the lymph nodes at 29 with a tumour in her neck resting on the main artery to her brain, Roslyn’s life was turned upside down. She was terrified. But after starting chemotherapy treatments with all its nasty side effects, Roslyn turned to her parents' amazing strength and never-give-up attitude as inspiration in her fight to beat cancer. How did her parents survive their captivity? How did they meet, marry and make a beautiful life despite all their past trauma and tragedy? What life-changing lessons did Roslyn learn from her parents in her fight to beat cancer that we can all learn from to overcome our own obstacles, better our lives and make our world a better place? The answers to these important questions and more make up the remarkable story that Roslyn shares on both the stage and the page in her multi-media stage presentation based on her book, Meant to Be: A True Story of Might, Miracles and Triumph of the Human Spirit. Her parents' story was the subject of a television documentary that was nominated for a Gemini award and a movie adaptation of her book, Meant to Be, is currently in development for production as a feature film.