It is a one-day conference to celebrate the courage of women who are moving forward in their lives. These women can come from many different walks of life and have chosen to move beyond their circumstances. Our goal to provide participants with new tools and motivation to continue to move forward in their lives.
Women Moving Forward is a not-for-profit grass-roots one-day annual conference for women who have embarked on a journey of transition from a life of abuse, neglect and pain towards a future of hope, health and happiness. We are partnered with One Spark, a registered Canadian charity with a vision of a world where no woman faces financial barriers to living a life free of violence.
We are holding the non-profit event which is FREE to the first 100 women who register.
A light breakfast and lunch will be provided for these ladies. We will also have information tables with other non-profit organizations that support and sponsor women to move forward with their lives. (e.g. Scarborough Women’s Centre). The entire event will be run by volunteers, including speakers, trainers and coaches and will be funded by donations, sponsorship and various fundraising events.
We are passionate about our FIFTH annual event and know we can make a major positive impact for these women.
Louisa Jewell is a speaker, author and positive psychology expert who has facilitated thousands of people towards greater flourishing both at work and in their personal lives.
Louisa is the Founder of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association (www.cppa.ca) an organization that brings together leading-edge researchers and practitioners to share the latest knowledge on psychological well-being to improve the mental health of all Canadians.
Louisa is a graduate of the Master of Applied Positive Psychology (MAPP) program at the University of Pennsylvania. Louisa teaches positive psychology at the University of Texas, Dallas, she was an instructor at the University of Toronto and regularly delivers webinars and workshops to educators and practitioners around the world.
Her work has been featured in Forbes, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Huffington Post, Canadian Living Magazine, Live Happy Magazine, Chatelaine, Psychology Today, Women’s Agenda, Toronto Sun, to name a few. She is a contributing author to the European Handbook of Positive Psychology, Positive Psychology at Work and Positive Psychology News Daily. Her book Wire your Brain for Confidence; The Science of Conquering Self-Doubt was released in September, 2017.
Lindsay is a mother of 2, a feminist, a lover of red wine, and a sucker for potato chips. Lindsay is one of three partners at Ease Up – The Organizing Experts. Organizing became Lindsay’s genius while, over a decade, she used it as her main coping mechanism to manage the stress of unidentified depression. Lindsay’s joy is found in making life easier for people and organizing allows her to do that in a way that feels truly useful. She has an amazing program planned for the Women Moving Forward Conference.
Elizabeth can and will deliver a life changing motivational lecture – that will leave a lasting impact on your audience.
From pain to purpose, Elizabeth shares her story with a positive message about her personal journey through healing; emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually. Drawing strength from personal experiences, she brings her audience a unique perspective on issues many of them face each day.
“The two most important relationships you will ever have is your relationship with God (or higher power) and yourself. It will determine how you relate to others, your emotions, faith, fear, love and purpose. It will also make a difference to how effective you are in the world.” – Elizabeth Correia, Founder of The D.e.v.a In You Group
Deniece Bell is an educator, a fitness enthusiast, a certified personal trainer, as well as a certified Dancepl3y instructor. Deniece’s love for fitness and wellbeing was initiated at a very young age when she was introduced to the sport of track a field. This passion and interest shaped much of her formative and young adult years, where she became an NCAA, All American, 400m hurdler, at Syracuse University. Shortly thereafter, Deniece began her teaching career, at the elementary level, and 14 years later, she still finds herself working in this realm. In addition, to student well-being, Deniece is passionate about generally helping others (young and old) achieve their desired states of wellness, through individualized and small group fitness activities.
You can often spot her on weekends in a local park, working with 4 to 6 of her keen clients on their squats and mountain climbers; or you might also catch her on a Sunday afternoon, at the gym, teaching a Dancepl3y class to a group of women of all ages. Deniece embodies generosity, dedication, and energy, all rolled up with a thirst for lifelong learning. She is constantly seeking new opportunities to share these values, along with her positive energy, with her community.
To register, submit this form call Cindy At 416.290.5227
For general inquiries and to confirm your eligibility please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
REGISTRATION IS A MUST ~ ONLY THOSE REGISTERED WILL BE ADMITTED