“If you do something well, don’t stop there. Do it great. Then do it again and try to repeat your personal best.”
– Kelsey Ramsden
Kelsey Ramsden a multi-dimensional powerhouse. She has founded and managed multimillion-dollar companies while juggling three kids and fighting cancer. Kelsey is one part Ivey School smarty-pants and two parts playful innovator. She has been named Canada’s top female entrepreneur (two years running) and is an empowering voice for women in the business world.
Kelsey has been featured in bestselling books and magazines from Forbes to Canadian Business, she is a sought after keynote speaker due to her unique and candid perspective on current events in entrepreneurship, business, lifestyle and leadership.
We are thrilled to feature Kelsey at both our Vancouver and Toronto Engage Speakers Talks.
A Little Background:
Kelsey doesn’t believe that any individual, entrepreneur or child fits into a traditional mold when it comes to achieving success. From ramping up a road building company to starting a coaching business, developing kids toys to recipe books, Kelsey is living proof that taking an out-of-the-box approach to life (and business) makes great things happen.
Her businesses have ranked among Canada’s Top 100 fastest growing and most profitable. She is a member of the Entrepreneurship Advisory Council at the Richard Ivey School of Business, one of the Women’s Executive Networks 100 Most Powerful Women, as well as being a mentor for the Richard Branson Centre for Entrepreneurship.
Kelsey’s experience is broad and she delivers candid and compelling truths about her ‘underdog makes good’ story. You will leave an engagement with Kelsey feeling connected to your truer self and released from old beliefs about limits and possibilities. When you want a speaker who offers insight on outside-the-box thinking in entrepreneurship, leadership and overcoming adversity, Kelsey should be at the top of your list.
We sat down with Kelsey to find out why she feels her failure is actually her greatest success: