Friends, we are less than two weeks away from Winspiration Day Vancouver! While the event in its entirety is going to be awesome, we want to introduce more of our speakers, who are incredible and inspiring individuals.
So…meet Michael Cameron and Trish Garner!
Mike Cameron will be this year’s opening keynote speaker, and his story is emotional and full of inspiration. He’s the CEO of Axiom Mortgage Solutions, one of Canada’s top mortgage brokerage firms and a professional speaker. He is an avid climber (both rock and ice) an Ironman, a yogi, a runner and most importantly, a human being. As a serial self improvement enthusiast, Mike’s mettle was tested when he suffered a catastrophic loss in 2015.
He will share his inspiring tales of triumph and tragedy, will teach you resilience, and ultimately lead you to understand that when something’s gotta change…it might be you.
Trish Garner is the provincial organizer for the BCPRC, and a “tea swilling Brit” with a passion for social justice.
As the Community Organizer of the BC Poverty Reduction Coalition, a broad-based network of over 400 organizations throughout BC, she focuses on communications, outreach and community engagement to raise awareness about the root causes of poverty and inequality, and how our community can collectively tackle them.
Trish has a PhD in gender, sexuality and women’s studies from SFU and continues to work on LGBTQ issues. She lives with her partner and their three young children in East Vancouver.
Winspiration Day Vancouver is going to be a fantastic experience; don’t miss out! We have a few seats left to sell, so snag yours today; they’re $25 and available on Eventbrite here: www.eventbrite.ca/e/winspiration-day-vancouver-tickets-32367883210
ALSO: we have a surprise for you—a musical one! Want to know what it is? You have to be an the event to find out! You’ll also be able to sample yummy fresh-pressed juice from Vancouver’s own Commodity Juicery at the event, too! (Side-note: Commodity Juicery will be showcasing their products at TED Vancouver on April 26th!)
See? There’s no excuse to not come–this event is going to ROCK. To read more about the BC Poverty Reduction Coalition, please visit their website at http://bcpovertyreduction.ca.
See you on May 7th, guys! Be inspired! Be inspiring!