Wendy is an intuitive, empath, and channel. For more than two decades she has used her gifts and abilities to work with beings in other realms and dimensions, assisting others in recognizing and releasing old patterns and helping them to live more whole and integrated lives.
The clear and compassionate wisdom shared through Wendy facilitate a shift in perspective from that of separation and limitation to connection and multidimensional experience. In 1995 Wendy began channeling, working first with her own angelic guides before becoming reacquainted with The 9th Dimensional Pleiadian Collective, whom she primarily channels at her public events and in private sessions.
She was one of six channels featured in the movie and book "Tuning in: Spirit Channelers in America". Her work can be also found in book "The Great Human Potential: Walking in Own's Own Light", available in six languages.
Wendy currently works with the clients around the world, as spiritual wisdom teacher.
During her corporate career at the world's largest fertilizer company Betty-Ann was twice named the top investor relations person in Canada, once by her clients and once by her peers and was subsequently inducted into Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women Hall of Fame.
She was given the Trailblazer Award from Women in Mining Canada, named one of the 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining and was inducted into the Saskatchewan Business Hall of Fame. Other awards include: the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal, the YWCA Lifetime Achievement Award and the University of Saskatchewan Alumni Mentorship Award.
Her experience as lone executive woman in the masculine environment of mining spurred Betty-Ann's interest in gender dynamics and in 2018 she launched her book "Gender Physics, Unlocking the Energy You Never Knew You had to Get Results You Want". Since then she has addressed international mining companies, medical conferences and Facebook employees on this topic.
Betty-Ann currently serves as a director for TIFF, where she Chairs the Philanthropy Committee and has also been on the boards of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, the Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority Inc., the Canadian Wheat Board, Allana Potash and MITACS.
She was the founding chair of the Saskatchewan Chapter of the Institute of Corporate Directors. Her ground-breaking Womentorship program at her alma mater, the University of Saskatchewan, has had more than 1800 women participate in the program’s networking events, professional development and its annual women’s film festival. The program also developed and hosted a Canadian mentorship experience for women from Afghanistan.
She and her husband Wade are very proud of their two highly spirited and independent adult daughters. https://bettyannheggie.com/
Joe served as a midtown area councillor at the former City of York from 1991-1997 and the new City of Toronto from 1997-2018. He has served in a variety of capacities at the City and beyond which have helped shape his perspective on municipal policy.
As a city councillor, Joe helped transform his neighbourhood with a variety of innovative projects. These include reclaiming the historic Wychwood streetcar barns into a new community and arts hub and local park; the revisioning Cedarvale Ravine Park; and the rebuilding of St. Clair Avenue West’s light rail transit infrastructure. Joe has been an active supporter of public libraries and local heritage.
Joe's vision to expand and repurpose facilities and use existing resources while building city around the people earned him support of many community leaders. He is known for his passionate and consensus building work style.
Joe has an M.A. and Ph.D. in Theology and Social Ethics (theses on Holocaust Studies and Canadian Mennonites, respectively) and is currently teaching at York University.
Humberto is the Executive Director of White Ribbon Canada and the Global Co-chair of the MenEngage Alliance.
He is a men-and-masculinities and gender-based violence prevention expert with strong cross-cultural experience in developing and overseeing large-scale, multi-national programs and strategies involving diverse stakeholders in multiple sectors.
Humberto's current work is focused on developing educational strategies to engage men and boys in promoting gender equality, healthy masculinities, and preventing violence against women.
He has developed and implemented training programs for male-dominated sectors including extractives, sports, and armed forces.
Humberto is currently delivering high-level workplace gender equity and workplace sexual harassment prevention training to the United Nations Department of General Assembly and Conference Management and is a member of Canada’s Department of National Defense and Canadian Armed Forces Sexual Misconduct Response Centre’s External Advisory Council.
Roxanne, “Rox”, is a certified performance coach and consultant. Recently, with a shift in the focus of her practice, she gave her self a promotion and a new title - Chief Booster & Holder of Space.
She’s served as senior performance consultant for a multi-national company and in a senior role in a North American company and President & CEO in a Toronto based boutique private company before deciding to start her own practice as a Coach and Performance Consultant in 2013.
Rox’s recent shift came as a calling to support 30-somethings as performance coach and mentor, as she recognized them to be at the early-mid point of their career. Supporting them as they navigate one of the richest and most pivotal points in a career inspires her creativity and curiosity every day.
Rox enjoys engaging through story, embedding them in her podcast and all learning experiences. For two years she hosted the Rotman RoundTables using a Bohm-style dialogue methodology to engage men in discussions of patriarchy, gender equity and misogyny.
She also enjoys bringing this type of experience to organizations wanting or needing to engage in courageous and meaningful dialogue. In private practice Rox has enjoyed allowing her entire personality, quirks and all, to shine through after a career of resisting the constant pull into the established boxes.
Nermina is Professional Engineer and management consultant in mining and energy sectors.
She successfully led teams on multibillion-dollar projects, some of the largest of its kind in the world working for companies such as Bechtel, Northland Power, SNC-Lavalin.
Through her work, with diverse teams, across industries and geographical regions she both supported and challenged the teams to expand their perceived limitations, leading to excellent results.
Based on that experience she has created alternative management/organizational model "O-Mod". This model is based on feminine and masculine traits that maximize creative and executive potentials of the organization.