Volunteer of the month - March 2020

Meet our volunteer of the month >> Dudi Swissa

Here's Dudi Swissa, our volunteer of the month! 
Dudi's volunteering in our logistics center in the North and during our various Holiday operations. He's a wonderful volunteer, with a creative mind and amazing interpersonal skills. And guess what? He's doing all that while studying electrical engineering!
Dudi is our volunteer of the month because he's a professional, an exemplary teammate and he's always ready to help.
Dudi, thank you for your time and dedication to Latet.
Love,
All your friends at Latet 

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