Marie Lorenzo is the chair of the Board of Women's Healthy Environments Network (WHEN). In this interview, she discusses why women are the change agents, why many everyday products and foods are dangerous to your health, and what women can do today to have a more healthy environment.
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.
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.
Debbie Bullock, founder, Women of Wonder Money Club (wowmoneyclub.com), talks about her new money club and the importance of financial literacy for women, because 9 out of 10 women will be alone at some point in their lives.