Scott Moir

Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue profile image

Ice dance has had its share of iconic moments. Perhaps none more so than the Gold medal of Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir’s performance at the 2018 Peuongchang Olympics. Winning their 2nd Gold Medal of the Games and their 3rd Olympic Gold Medal, Virtue and Moir skated into the history books and into the hearts of Canadians.

Scott Kress

Scott Kress, Adventure and Sports Speaker, Leadership, Profile Image

Scott Kress is a masterful storyteller, a leadership trainer, an Executive MBA Professor, an author and a life-long mountaineer. He is one of the very few people in the world who has summited Mt Everest. In fact, he has climbed the highest peak on each of the 7 continents plus skied to the South Pole and the North Pole. A feat that few people in history have accomplished. Scott has been adventuring for over 25 years, and in his other life he is a leadership and team performance expert teaching at some of the world’s leading educational institutions. He is uniquely qualified to provide you with insights on how to scale your mountains in business and in life.

Sara Orlesky

Sara Orlesky, Adventure and Sports Speaker, TSN Reporter, Profile Image

Sara Orlesky joined the SportsCentre broadcast team in January 2008 as a reporter for the Toronto bureau, filing reports on major sports stories including the Toronto Maple Leafs, Raptors, Blue Jays and Argonauts, as well as national and international sporting events.

Russ Anber

Russ Anber, Adventure and Sports Speaker, Boxing Broadcaster, Profile Image

Widely acclaimed as the guru of Canadian boxing, Russ Anber has built his career as Canada’s most successful boxing analyst upon a solid foundation of coaching excellence at both the professional and amateur level. Anber has seen his fighters wear both World Championship belts as well as Championship Medals and is as likely to be found in the corner of a 12 year-old hopeful fighting in front of friends and family as he is before a capacity crowd in a sold-out arena.

Rona Maynard

Rona Maynard, Diversity Speaker, Former Editor of Chatelaine, Profile Image

Rona Maynard was Editor of Chatelaine through a decade of growth and innovation in which she proved to a new generation of readers that “my mother’s magazine” was now their magazine too. In the face of relentless competition from American niche magazines, she met every bottom-line benchmark as she made Chatelaine the meeting place where women could inspire one another, whether they were just starting out in their careers or embarking on mid-life reinventions.

Ron MacLean

Ron MacLean, Adventure and Sports Speaker, CBC, Profile Image

Ron MacLean is best known as the straight man on Coach’s Corner, the listener, and some might argue the voice of reason that saves Don Cherry from getting a puck in the head.

Ron Ellis

Ron Ellis, Adventure and Sports Speaker, NHL, Mental Health, Profile Image

Celebrated hockey legend Ron Ellis combined skill and sporting play throughout his 15 year NHL career. Playing his entire professional career for the Toronto Maple Leafs, Ellis has become one of the most respected individuals to ever wear the “blue and white’. Ellis totalled 350 regular season and playoff goals and was a key member of the Leafs’ 1966-1967 Stanley Cup winning squad.

Rod Smith

Rod Smith, Adventure and Sports Speaker, TSN Sportscentre Host, Profile Image

Before his role on SportsCentre, Smith anchored TSN’s studio coverage of CFL football and baseball. A former offensive guard for the Queen’s University Golden Gaels, Smith also served as play-by-play commentator on TSN’s CFL coverage.

Rod Black

Rod Black, Sportscaster, CTV, TSN, Profile Image

In his distinguished 26 years of covering the wide world of sport, Rod Black has virtually done it all.

From the Blue Jays to the CFL, the Raptors to figure skating, the Stanley Cup Playoffs, tennis, golf, boxing, and of course the Olympics, Canada’s most versatile broadcaster has had a front row seat to observe and call all of sport’s major events.

Ray Scapinello

Ray Scapinello, Sports Speaker, Olympic Hockey Referee, Profile Image

Despite setting untouchable records for games worked by an official in the National Hockey League, including 2,500 regular season contests and 426 playoff games, Ray Scapinello’s statistics don’t do justice to the respect he has earned. In recognition of his status as one of the most highly skilled and respected officials to ever lace up a pair of skates, Ray was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, as a member of the class of 2008.