Denis Mitchell


Washington DC, USA

As you are driving down the highway of your life, there will always be detours, ruts in the road, 18 wheelers, blind spots, road rages and the list goes on and on.  By becoming more aware of the hidden dangers and practicing an ounce of prevention, you will increase your chances or arriving your destination

Sunjay Nath


Sunjay travels North America sharing the 10-80-10 principle, which helps individuals and teams operate at a dynamic level. 10-80-10 combines best practices with small wins to help people achieve more, have a greater balance and simply live better.

Kevin Brooks


Vancouver, BC

Kevin's story highlights the potential for life to change as a result of just one bad choice.  At the age of 21 he chose to drive drunk and fast resulting in a serious car crash which left him paralyzed from the chest down and his life forever changed.   His story is an emotional rollercoaster that will make audiences laugh, cry and think twice about their own life choices and mortality.  His message is both sobering and empowering.  

Joan Parsons

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Vancouver Island, BC

Joan’s story relates how three impaired drivers changed her life forever. Her moving presentation describes the impact of the deaths of her son, sister and brother-in-law, and the severe injuries sustained by her brother.

Cheryl Dupis Danae’s Song



This "reality-based" presentation is a 90 minute long tribute to the life and death of Danae Ashton Grace Dupuis.  Sixteen year old , Danae, was the front seat passenger, killed in a drunk driving collision on October 3rd, 2000.

Matt Evans


Matt is an educator and an actor who has worked with youth programs across Canada. He has been in many movies and TV Shows and has won four Best Actor Awards from the Western Ontario Drama League.

He has traveled to every province in Canada, much of the United States, India, Portugal, France, The UK, Venezuela, Amsterdam Iceland, and three hills Alberta! 

Heather Charlton


Victoria, BC

Heather’s story emphasizes how seemingly small choices can lead to tragic, long-lasting, and unforeseen consequences. Her humble, poignant, yet frank presentation discusses the realities of being a teenager and underscores how her choices as an adolescent led to impaired driving, speeding, and a car crash that resulted in the death of her best friend.

Alvin Law


Over 13,000 babies around the world were deformed in the early 1960’s because of a morning sickness drug, Thalidomide. Alvin Law was born without arms after his birth mother, thinking it was completely safe, used just a couple of the tiny pills and their lives were forever altered.

Yet, what may have become a tragic life-story did not turn out that way. Today, Alvin is not only a completely independent, remarkably successful professional speaker, but proof that out of nothing can arise one of the most inspiring stories you will ever witness.

Greg Drew

Jammin’ for Jay


Retired veteran firefighter Greg Drew has seen more than his share of roadside carnage during his decades of public service. As a fire fighter, he has often faced the grim task of attending and assisting in situations involving serious bodily injury and trauma. But despite his many years of experience, nothing could have fully prepared him for the sight of witnessing his own son Jay trapped inside a car after a high speed crash.

Duane (DO) Gibson


Duane Gibson aka D.O. is a Guinness World Record setting rapper and University graduate that has been inspiring students as a motivational speaker since 2001. He's visited hundreds of schools, toured Canada multiple times and had several videos in rotation on MuchMusic.   In the last year he has performed globally with stops in Hong Kong, Tokyo, London England, New York City, Miami and Las Vegas.

Cory Johnson


Born with Cerebral Palsy and suffering a stroke at the age of 11 has not deterred Cory Johnson from living life to the fullest. He uses his life experiences, inspiration and education to overcome the barriers that others impose on him.  He encourages his audiences to see new possibilities within themselves and others. With his own perception on life, he’ll challenge you to remove some of your barriers.

Alan Mallory


Alan was born and raised in Barrie, Ontario. In the spring of 2008, Alan, along with his father, mother, brother, and sister, embarked on the adventure of a lifetime - to attempt to climb to the highest point on earth, the summit of Mt. Everest. Along their journey they encountered many different challenges and perils but they were able to overcome these challenges through proper planning, trust in each other's abilities and looking out for one another.

Michelle Golebiowski


Michelle Golebiowski's often-unique combination of creativity, education and experience bring a strong voice to her passion for safety. Michelle became a vocal proponent for safety while working as Project  Co-ordinator of Safety for the Downtown Winnipeg BIZ, working closely with Downtown Watch Ambassadors & Volunteers. Building on her experience with BIZ, Michelle is best known for her public speaking and advocacy work, specializing in road safety presentations about impaired and distracted driving.

Ian Tyson


Ian's high-octane presentation is sure to keep your school audience in stitches and leave them with words and thoughts to live by. This show is the epitome of "Comedy with a Message", and has been both entertaining and thought provoking for students of all ages for years. His presentations take your audience on a hilarious journey from childhood to high school and beyond, with observational humour and life lessons along the way. Through his anecdotal tales, the audience will meet the colourful characters that have inspired Ian throughout his life.

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