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Dr. Mitchell Abrams is a Canadian Radiologist, Guest Speaker, as well as the Founder and CEO of consulting and technology company thatdelivers a multi-disciplinary approach to personal wellbeing and community health.
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Brenda Ackerman will bring a sophisticated, yet bright and fun-loving spirit to any event that she hosts. She will delight and engage all audience members as she has an ability to “read the room” and adjust her delivery and messaging to connect with a crowd.
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Susan is the first Inuk artist to win a Juno (3) and a Governor General’s Performing Arts Award for lifetime artistic achievement, she is an officer of the Order of Canada, holds several Honorary Doctorate degrees and has held command performances; but Susan also acknowledges the path has not been easy.
“Here I was, living a life I never imagined, but I was struggling to understand who I was.
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Grant Ainsley is a keynote, workshop and training facilitator on the topics of leadership communication, public relations, media relations and social media solutions. Grant Ainsley has worked with politicians, CEO’s, association leaders and people from dozens of professions to make them better communicators.
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Dr. Kevin Alderson is a dynamic keynote speaker for mental health and LGBTQ2 issues.
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Elaine Allison, (CSP) is known as a Customer Care Advocate and is an international keynote speaker; trainer, consultant and author of the bestselling book The Velvet Hammer: PowHERful Leadership Lessons for Women Who Don't Golf.
Elaine is passionate on transforming companies and organizations via modern customer service strategies to be number one in their industry.
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John Amatt is one of Canada's most accomplished adventurers and keynote speakers. His presentations are focused on strategies for change management, teamwork, leadership, overcoming adversity and resilience.
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Named a top innovation leader and Woman to Watch by 425 Magazine, you will find Lindsay Angelo at the intersection of strategy, story-telling and innovation. It is here she partners with purpose-driven brands and organizations to craft their strategies and tell their stories.
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Carrie Anton is a gold medal Paralympian from the Sydney 2000 Paralympic Summer Games in the sport of Goalball. She is also an Edmonton Sports Hall of Fame inductee.
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Sally Armstrong has covered stories in zones of conflict all over the world. From Bosnia and Somalia to Congo and Afghanistan, her eyewitness reports have earned her the Amnesty International Media Award four times over, as well as acclaim all over the world.
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Almost 35 years ago, Scott made his first Mind Switch to live a more authentic life and went on to create Canada’s largest rehabilitation and education centre for abandoned exotic wildlife. Swimming with jaguars, running with wolves and playing in the snow with tigers had become part of his daily life.
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Brian Aspinall is a teacher, learner, thinker, author, problem solver and question asker. He is a seasoned speaker professionally on the topics of 21st century education, assessment and evaluation and he has delivered given three TEDx talks on education reform.
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George Ayee has over 25 years’ experience in leadership, change and transformation, organizational development, talent management, sales and marketing. He has carried out assignments in Africa, Europe and North America.
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Nikolas Badminton is one of Canada's and the World's leading experts and keynote speakers for futures and foresight predictions and trends. He is a master of igniting curiosity in the changing world.
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Keynote speaker Donna Balzer, has an Agriculture degree from the University of Alberta with a specialty in Horticulture and a passion to help gardeners grow. She is a freelance garden consultant, author, speaker and journalist for print media, radio and television.
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Joanna Barclay is CEO and founder of the Culture Leadership Group, a global speaker, author, corporate leadership consultant, and media columnist to the Business Times. She has 35 years of business transformation experience.
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Dr. Aaron Barth, thought-leader and president of Dialectic, gives progressive leaders the confidence they need to tackle their hardest people problems using scientific methods and innovative technological solutions.
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Christopher Bauer is a licensed psychologist with over twenty-five years of experience as a trainer, keynote speaker, and consultant. Between coaching, speaking and consulting, he has worked with front-line workers to senior executives and everyone in-between.
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The words “get it done” have taken on new meaning for Spencer Beach. They were among the last instructions he received from his employer on April 24, 2003, at a routine job site in Edmonton’s Rutherford Close neighbourhood.
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