Interactive comedy magician Matthew DiSero has worked with comedy greats Drew Carey & Jerry Seinfeld, starred on international TV with an appearance on “Penn and Teller : Fool Us”, headlines shows at the world famous Magic Castle in Hollywood California and had been nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award.
Kevin Knebl is recognized as a LinkedIn expert and has trained hundreds of organizations and tens of thousands of individuals on the most effective uses of LinkedIn since 2003. Kevin also has more Recommendations (1200+) on his LinkedIn profile than anyone else in the world among over 150,000,000 LinkedIn users.
No one has built a larger digital media business in Canada than Kerry Munro. Having a keen sense as to how best connect consumers with technology Kerry is widely regarded as having turned Yahoo Canada into the most dominant digital business in the country and one of the best performing internet franchises on the planet. Through his innovation and leadership he created a model that is now being replicated by many of his competitors and peers in Canada and around the world.
Kathy Buckworth is an award winning writer, spokesperson, content creator and media personality. She is the author of six books, including “I Am So The Boss of You: An 8 Step Guide to Giving Your Family The Business” (Random House). Her books have been translated into Chinese, Indonesian and other languages, and are available on Audible.com and wherever books are sold.
Palmer writes a weekly NFL column on TSN.ca and was on site to provide coverage of the 2008 & 2009 Super Bowl alongside fellow TSN football analyst Chris Schultz and host Rod Smith.
In addition, Palmer brings his celebrity status to CTV’s daily entertainment newsmagazine, eTalk, as the show’s New York-based entertainment correspondent. Non-football fans might recognize Palmer from his high-profile TV days as the star of Season 5 of The Bachelor.
After a successful career as a consultant and a senior manager, Jasmin Bergeron has given more than 1000 keynote conferences and seminars to organizations in 12 countries around the world. He is a professor of marketing at the Business School of the University of Montreal. Jasmin has authored/co-authored four books, 10 scientific researches, 20 case studies, and more than 100 newspaper articles for publications including the Wall Street Journal.
Jamie Gruman earned his Ph.D. in the Applied Social Psychology Program at the University of Windsor in Ontario, Canada, where he specialized in organizational psychology. He is currently a Professor of Organizational Behaviour at the University of Guelph, and is the founding Chair of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association. His research and writing have been reported by media outlets around the globe. In Canada, he has been featured and quoted in print and online in magazines such as MoneySense, Canadian Business, Canadian Living, and Chatelaine, trade journals such as HR Professional and Public Sector Digest, and newspapers in every major Canadian city. He has appeared on CTV’s Canada AM, Global News, Report on Business Television, CBC’s The National, and has been syndicated on CBC radio. Dr. Gruman has consulted and delivered seminars for Fortune 500 corporations, public, and not-for-profit organizations including General Motors, Departments and Agencies of the Government of Canada, and the Children’s Wish Foundation.
One of the most talented and funniest stars in Canadian media today, James Duthie is the host of TSN’s extensive NHL coverage, including the award-winning NHL on TSN. He was also the daytime host of CTV’s highly acclaimed 2010 Olympic coverage, and the host for CTV’s coverage of Team Canada’s historic gold medal hockey run. In his time at TSN, he has also hosted NBA, CFL, NFL, PGA golf, and Sportscentre.
Armstrong’s vast knowledge and passion is well known – and respected – throughout the basketball world, where he has spent his entire broadcast career focusing on the Toronto Raptors. Over the course of his 15+ years in broadcasting, Armstrong has become one of the most recognizable faces – and voices – in Canadian sports.