KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Thank you to our Speakers for 2017

Danielle Joworski, Published Author, Keynote Speaker, Awakening Catalyst

cc1ka2nbxzgz28exicpxDanielle has a philosophy that we grow stronger communities, and futures, when we give back to them.  As a result, she volunteers as a Facilitator for the CMHA Teen Cognitive Behavioral Therapy program, is a Mentor for The Rhyze Academy for women, and was a presenter at the Guelph Y Power of Being a Girl® 2016 conference.

Danielle’s Book  The ATHENA PRODIGIES   Website    Facebook    Twitter


Tammy Adams – Speaker specializing in Grief Recovery 

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The Grief Recovery Method

“For over 30 years, I have taught children and adults, provided education supports, training and coaching in the corporate and educational worlds. You could say that my focus has been on “helping people move towards their desired futures”. In addition to The Grief Recovery Method, over the years, I have filled a large toolbox with effective, how-to resources to support people, from boosting confidence in their own skills (which are usually many) to learning to pay attention to what they really want and finding the strength to take their first steps forward. Longing to get ‘unstuck’ is what most of my clients have in common.

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 Erica Humphrey Keynote Speaker, Specializing in Youth Advocacy, Published Author anp8dqvzwj_400x400d Award-winning Physical Fitness Expert.

Erica is an inspiring Generation Y speaker with a big message! Erica shares her personal story of humble beginnings, how she broke the cycle of abuse, addictions, juvenile delinquency, and mental health challenges. Her story is priceless and it’s what has led her to being sought-after across the country. Erica is a keynote speaker specializing in youth advocacy, is a published author working with Chapters Indigo, and is an award-winning personal fitness expert. She is the creator of “I Am My Own Superhero Workshops” for youth and parents, where she shares how she broke the cycle to become a contributing member of society; to live a healthy and happy life. Erica wants parents and youth to know that the best superhero story in the world will be their own story.

 Website     Facebook    Twitter    Erica’s  BOOK