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.
Laure Ampilhac discusses how she got past her shyness and fear of speaking in front of people, to becoming a professional public speaker and "Queen of Networking." She is the co-founder of HA Solutions Inc., a personal development organization.
ON-LOCATION INTERVIEW: a Shannon Skinner Special Report. Members of Synchro Canada's senior national team - on the road to London 2012 - sat down with Shannon Skinner to discuss how they push past fear, their keys to success, hopes and dreams about the 2012 Olympic Games. Team members include: Jo-Annie Fortin, Tracy Little, Karine Thomas and Erin Willson. On location at the Etobicoke Olympium Pool, where the team members met other athletes taking part in the 2012 Ontario Age Group Synchronized Swimming Championships [interview date: May 20, 2012].
This is part of an on-going series of on-location interviews for Extraordinary Women TV.
Rachael Smith is the founder of Yard Sale for the Cure, a unique fundraiser for the Canadian Breast Cancer Research Foundation. In this interview, Rachael discusses her journey from having had breast cancer to how she got the idea for Yard Sale for the Cure, and why it's important.
Kelly Nolan is a compounding pharmacist and director, Avita Health & Restoration Clinic, based in Brampton, Ontario. She is an expert in bio-identical hormone replacement therapy (BHRT), something so many women face, which she discusses in this interview.
Kristin Crowe is President, T.A.S. Communications/Alarm System/Falcon Security. She is based in Ontario, Canada. Kristin's story of overcoming breast cancer and redefining beauty in her life is sure to inspire you.
Monika Burwise is a modern day mystic and co-founder, Global Awakening Institute. After near fatal car accidents drastically changing the course of her life, she has turned her experience into an inspiration message of personal transformation to help others. In this interview, she shares her inspiring story of how show met her now husband. It is not your usual love story...
Barbara Schreiner-Trudel is the CEO of Joy Here and Now, a Joy Coach, and founder of Toronto's Centre of Spiritual Living. She has inspired people to create new careers, experience greater fulfillment, freedom, and peace of mind. Barbara has the capacity to create a safe environment for participants, and people leave her presentations inspired to take action.
Janeen Halliwell is spearheading a 3-day International Women’s Day event on Isla Mujeres, Mexico in March 2012. The event ‘We Move Forward 2012’ (WMF) is about women coming together to form community and explore and set in motion actions for realizing their potential.
Trained in the UK as a Medical Herbalist (BSC) and established a clinical practise in UK and Canada; now solely in Canada. Medical Herbalist is the oldest form of medicine known to mankind with proven efficacy and superior to many orthodox drugs. Morwenna has unique insights into the failings of the current system of medicine ( OHIP ) and its causes.