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Craig Kielburger

Craig Kielburger

A humanitarian, social activist and best-selling author, Craig, co-founder of Free The Children and co-founder of Me to We, has inspired a generation of young people to be active global change-makers. Craig has received national and international recognition, recently becoming one of the youngest recipients of the Order of Canada.

Topics:

  • The World Needs Your Kid: How to Nurture Children Who Care and Contribute
  • Putting Our Families First
  • What Can We Learn From High Performing Non-Profit Organizations
  • Me to We: How to Help Employees Find Meaning in a Material World
  • Me to We: How One Person Can Make a World of Difference

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Marc Kielburger

Marc Kielburger

Marc is one of the world's leading figures in corporate social responsibility, social activism and youth empowerment. A Harvard and Oxford graduate, Rhodes Scholar, columnist and international bestselling author, Marc is the co-founder of Free The Children and Me to We.

Topics:

  • The World Needs Your Kid: How to Nurture Children Who Care and Contribute
  • Putting Our Families First
  • What Can We Learn From High Performing Non-Profit Organizations
  • Me to We: How to Help Employees Find Meaning in a Material World
  • Me to We: How One Person Can Make a World of Difference

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Spencer West

Spencer West

With an instant ability to capture an audience, Spencer's charismatic and dynamic personality shines every time he speaks. Using honesty and humility, Spencer shares the struggles he overcame after losing his legs at the age of five. Spencer has reached over 20,000 students with his encouraging words.

Topic:

  • The Power of We: Overcoming Obstacles to Make a Difference

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Sydney

Sydney Brouillard-Coyle

Sydney Brouillard-Coyle is an empowered, passionate 14-year-old from Windsor, Ontario, who shows us that no matter what our age, size or colour – we can all make a difference.
She has been fundraising and volunteering since she was six. In 2012 she appeared at We Days all across Canada and confidently proclaimed that she will one day be the Prime Minister of Canada.
Sydney is a change-maker who proves, each day, that children are not just the future – they are the present.

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Hannah Alper

Hannah Alper is a 10-year-old activist who began blogging at age nine to share her growing knowledge and concern for the environment.
Hannah, whose blog explores topics including eco-friendly living, bullying and child labour, is confident before a crowd and on either side of the camera, having interviewed the likes of Craig Kielburger and Severn Suzuki.
An engaged global citizen, she believes that even the smallest things add up to make a real difference.

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Molly Burke

When she was just 4 years old, Molly Burke's world began to darken: she was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa, a retinal disease causing loss of vision. Drawing from deeply personal experiences, Molly brings audiences, especially students, a uniquely young and current perspective on issues many of them face each day. Her message—that any challenge in life, whether it's bullying, mental illness or a loss of vision, can be overcome—resonates powerfully.

Topic:

  • Light After Darkness: Overcoming Bullying, Defining Yourself and Helping Others

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Roxanne Joyal

Roxanne Joyal

Founding member of Free The Children and Me to We, Roxanne, a French Canadian, leads Free The Children's social and economic empowerment initiatives and heads micro-lending initiatives in Kenya. Roxanne established the Kenya School of the Savannah, a first-of-its-kind facility designed to educate and engage visitors through international volunteer adventures.

Topic:

  • How Women Can Change the World

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