Publisher/Editor of Good News Toronto: Our Everyday Heroes, a print and online publication, Eva Karpati discusses her not-for-profit endeavour that she started without any background in the field because she felt compelled to change the perception Torontonians have about their own city.
Jan Wong was once known as one of Canada's toughest journalists in the days when she worked for The Globe and Mail daily newspaper. After experiencing workplace depression, Wong set out to write a memoir about her journey and her battle with her former employer. In this interview, Wong discusses her memoir, "Out of the Blue," is an honest and insightful read for anyone experiencing depression.
Marilyn Field is the founder/president of DAREarts, a Canadian organization that helps kids at risk have better lives -- through the arts. In this interview, Marilyn discusses the inspiration behind the creation of this unique organization and how it is changes the lives of many kids -- as well as her life.
Laura Serra is the founder of Paws for the Cause, an organization dedicated to helping our canine friends - using fashion!. She is also the society columnist for The Globe and Mail, and works in the world of PR as a day job.
Suzie McNeil is a singer/songwriter and performer, who is known for her powerful voice and magnetic stage presence. In this interview, she discusses her latest album "Dear Love" and the inspiration behind her music and talent. And she shares what is at the heart of her heart.
Lesley Scorgie is the best-selling author of the books "Rich by Thirty" and "Rich by Forty." Based in Calgary, she is a financial consultant dedicated to helping people build wealth. Find out why Oprah had her on the show and how she believes anyone can become rich in this interview.
Rona Maynard, author, speaker and former editor of Chatelaine magazine. Rona talks about the significance of the mother-daughter relationship and how that impacted her life and career success, and also about the upcoming event - Ignite 'n' Connect - that she is speaking at on May 4th in Toronto (hosted by Positive Fabulous Women).
Monica Parker is an actor/writer/producer, and has worked alongside many of Hollywood's "greatest." In this interview, Monica talks about her one-woman show: "Sex, Pies and a Few White Lies" - and is sure to make you chuckle.
A 20-year veteran of The Second City, a Governor General nominated writer, an accomplished performer on TV and radio ( CBC ‘s The Debaters ) and a dynamic motivational speaker at conferences and universities across Canada, Deborah Kimmett -- an energizing humorist -- brings thirty years of wit and wisdom to the room.
Deborah Ellis is the author of over 20 books for young people, including the highly popular trilogy, Breadwinner. She writes novels and books of interviews that attempt to portray the realities faced by young people in difficult situations around the world. She is also a philanthropist, donating much of her book royalties to charities.
Internationally-acclaimed Inspired Visionary, Feminine Success Coach & Transformational Journalist, Marsh Engle, brings together thousands in programs designed to educate, inform and elevate creative success. She is the founder of the growing global movement, Amazing Woman's Day and author of "Amazing Woman: “What’s Your Story?”