National Speakers Bureau is proud to announce exciting new speakers recently added to the roster.
These engaging experts within a range of sought-after topic areas are now available to inspire and inform for your next meeting or conference. Great new speakers allow us to bring exciting new perspective to some of the most in-demand presentation topics:
Natalie Panek | Rocket Scientist, Explorer & Advocate for Women in Tech
As a Mission Systems Engineer at MDA’s Robotics and Automation division, Natalie Panek works on the next generation of Canadian space robotics and space exploration programs. She seeks to pursue the road less travelled while working towards her dream of becoming an astronaut.
Natalie speaks on Innovation, Women in Tech and Exploration.
Michael Hyatt is a nationally recognized business commentator on CBC News Network and one of the new “Dragons” on CBC’s Next Gen Den – Dragons’ Den. He is a serial entrepreneur who has built companies valued in the hundreds of millions. Michael is a mentor and investor in many start-ups, including the Rotman’s School of Business Creative Destruction Lab, The Founders Institute and sits on Georgian Partners’ CEO Board of Advisors. Michael has also co-hosted and appeared on CBC’s Lang & O’Leary, Fortune Hunters and coveted the cover of Canadian Business Magazine.
Michael speaks on Achieving Your Upside and The Power of Your Inner Passion.
Sue Montgomery | Sexual Assault Survivor, Journalist & Co-creator of #BeenRapedNeverReported
Sue Montgomery is the award-winning justice reporter for the Montreal Gazette and co-founder of the hashtag #BeenRapedNeverReported, which sparked a global conversation about sexual violence. In the wake of the sexual assault allegations against CBC radio host Jian Ghomeshi, and the public outcry about why the women accusing him didn’t go to police or make their names public, Montgomery wanted to show just how many women keep silent when assaulted. So she tweeted under the hashtag #BeenRapedNeverReported about her own sexual abuse as a child and her rape while working as a flight attendant. Other women – and men – followed suit, until the hashtag appeared millions of times around the globe.
Sue speak on Sexual Assault, Childhood Sexual Abuse and Socioeconomic Recovery.
Ken Reid & Evanka Osmak deliver audiences a nightly dose of sports as hosts of Sportsnet Central. Since teaming up, the pair have brought a whimsical approach to delivering highlights, much to the delight of Canadian sports fans.
Ken & Evanka are available as Host/Emcees.
A social profit entrepreneur, Farah Mohamed created G(irls)20 and now serves as its CEO. G(irls)20 galvanizes the world’s greatest resource – girls and women – and cultivates a new generation of leaders through education, entrepreneurship and global experiences. G(irls)20 also provides advice to G20 Leaders on how to economically engage girls and women to reach growth targets.
Farah speaks on Social Entrepreneurship and Investing in Girls & Women.
Greg Weatherdon was destined to be an entrepreneur from an early age. From paper routes to lawn cutting to snow shovelling, Greg’s industriousness served him well throughout his life long entrepreneurial journey. Greg’s eclectic background from long haul Rock ‘n Roll trucker to Regional Sales Manager for one of the world’s largest consumer goods companies laid the groundwork for Greg’s numerous business initiatives.
Greg speaks on Entrepreneurship, Effective Selling, Mentorship and Adapting to Change.
You know Tom Green from his anything-goes run as the funniest, most unpredictable personality on MTV, and his unforgettable, deliciously loony roles in uproarious film comedies including “Road Trip” and “Freddy Got Fingered.”
Tom deliver comedic presentations to Corporate and Association Clients.
This is just a taste of the new speakers we are proud to represent. Additional speakers we’ve recently added include: