University of Regina to host Inspiring Leadership Forum

Posted: January 31, 2013 2:15 p.m.

University of Regina President Vianne Timmons talks about the benefits of attending this year's Inspiring Leadership Forum on March 13. Video: University of Regina

The keynote speakers for the Inspiring Leadership 2013: Pushing the Boundaries on March 13, 2013 have benefited thousands of people through their accomplishments and through the examples they have set.

Elizabeth Gilbert
The author of Eat, Pray, Love, will share how she faced down her fear of never achieving the level of success she earned with her best-selling memoir and talk about the creative process.
Waneek Horn-Miller
Aboriginal Olympian, Waneek Horn-Miller is an inspiring speaker who uses her passion and experience to make sport and wellness a community building priority.

Margot Franssen
An accomplished entrepreneur, she founded The Body Shop Canada and dedicates her time to philanthropic organizations such as Women Moving Millions and Canadian Women's Network which support violence prevention and recovery programs for women.

This year’s event also features an exciting panel of Saskatchewan leaders moderated by Judy May, Vice-President, Supply Chain Management, SaskPower.  The panel includes: Chief Tammy Cook-Searson, the first woman to lead the Lac La Ronge Indian Band; Tina Beaudry-Mellor citizen advocate, political analyst, University of Regina political science instructor and recent candidate for Regina city council; and Sergeant-Major Tammy Patteson, the first female member of the RCMP to hold the post of Sergeant Major at the RCMP Academy.

Inspiring Leadership 2013: Pushing the Boundaries
Conexus Arts Centre,  Regina, Saskatchewan
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Tickets: $225 + GST per person

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