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Katia Millar

Katia Millar interviewed on Professionally Speaking TV

Positive Fabulous Women, Networking, Mentor

Katia Millar (B. Comm.) is the Founder & Chief Inspirational Officer of Positive Fabulous Women™ (PFW). She is also a Networking Maven & Social Media Expert.

In January 2008, Katia launched Positive Fabulous Women with the intention of connecting, inspiring, and empowering women to live a life of passion & purpose through energizing Toronto events and an active social media presence. The message of PFW has since resonated with a community of 8,000 women who flock to PFW both online and offline for support, connection, inspiration, and heart-centered networking opportunities.


Sarah Wiley

Sarah Wiley interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Inspiring and Challenging Journeys

What better country to cultivate resilience, leadership, connections and compassion through inspiring and challenging journeys of self-discovery in the natural world? Sarah Wiley, Executive Director of Outward Bound Canada, joins us on Professionally Speaking TV to showcase some of what makes Outward Bound an incredible experience for both adults and youth. With Wilderness Expeditions and Urban Programs, Outward Bound Canada has a journey for everyone. Sarah Wiley also shares some of her own expeditions and experiences in her long relationship with Outward Bound.


Michael Meagher

Michael Meagher interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Brain Health, Baycrest, Leadership

Michael Meagher is a leader with a proven track record for taking new ideas and soft businesses and turning them into successes. Michael is the president of Cogniciti, a corporation charged with commercializing the brain health science of Baycrest, the world’s leading centre for the study of memory and aging.


Jessica Ching

Jessica Ching of Eve Medical interviewed by Randall Craig on www.ProfessionallySpeaking

Female Friendly Medical Devices

Jessica Ching, founder and CEO of Eve Medical, joins us in the PSTV studio to discuss her new venture. Sharing the challenges and successes, Jessica Ching talks about what it’s like to enter the whirl wind of entrepreneurship.


Rose Reisman

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Caterer, Cookbook Author, Nutritional Consultant

Sixty-eight percent of Canadians are obese with one in four children contributing to this statistic. In comes Rose Reisman, health and nutrition expert, with seventeen cookbooks and several healthy ventures to inspire Canadians to change the way they eat. Breaking down food groups, she offers tips and strategies for healthy eating. Starting with her famous ‘Swap it’, Rose Reisman shows how food choices can empower us to make smarter decisions. With reference to her latest cookbook, Rose Reisman Family Favourites, she reveals her love affair with light cuisine. Learn how diets impact your system. Learn how to avoid the ‘food prison’. Learn the three key things to watch for in your food.


Mario Fiorucci

Mario Fiorucci interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Live to Eat

Co-founder of The Healthy Butcher, Mario Fiorucci, joins us on PSTV to discuss the success of the business on the rise of the organic trend. Tracing his path along a unique entrepreneurial adventure, Mario Fiorucci shares the challenges, set-backs and successes with us in this inspiring interview.


David Patchell-Evans

David Patchell-Evans interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Founder and Owner, Goodlife Fitness

Overcoming the odds, David Patchell-Evans founder and owner of Goodlife Fitness, discusses how he entered the business of fitness. Now with over 300 clubs across Canada and counting, he talks memberships, motivation and the health of Goodlife Fitness. Talking about his book ‘The Real Sexy, Smart and Strong’, David Patchell-Evans reveals the strategy behind the book and why its impact is timeless.


Alison Dantas

Alison Dantas interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Chiropractic, Association, Health Care

In this interview Alison Dantas, CEO of the Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA), discusses the importance of chiropractic health and its benefits to all patients and health care providers. Alison talks about CCA’s role in educating practitioners and keeping them on top of medical advances/research through accreditation, programs, board exams and licensing.


Debra Joy Eklove

Debra Joy Eklove interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Meditation, Empowerment, Wisdom

“It’s a process of mind, body, and spirit integration,” says President of The Art of Living Foundation Canada, Debra Joy Eklove. Defining the organization that recently celebrated their 30-year anniversary, Debra Joy Eklove talks about the international, humanitarian, and educational efforts they have been making. With a focus on yoga and meditation, she describes it as a spiritual approach to life while distancing the organization from religion.


Connie Clerici

Connie Clerici, Founder of Closing the Gap Healthcare Group, interviewed by Randall Craig on PSTV

Healthcare, Community, Partnership

Connie Clerici and Israel Mendez join Randall Craig in a frank discussion about healthcare in Canada and Closing the Gap Healthcare Group.


Jeff MacInnis

Jeff MacInnis interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Explorer, Adventurer, Entrepreneur

“We need a reason that’s bigger than ourselves to make things happen.” This is Jeff MacInnis, Founder of The Business Race, and how he connects the embodiment of racing into everything he does. As a participant in several national and international races and expeditions, he draws parallels between racing and the corporate world. Jeff MacInnis talks about racing as a business strategy, feedback versus encouragement, as well as collective versus individual goals. He recalls inspiring stories and lesson learned along the way.


Dianne Carmichael

Dianne Carmichael interviewed by Randall Craig on Professionally Speaking TV

Information, Diagnosis, Treatment

By 2030, Canada will spend 80% of provincial budgets on healthcare. Coming from a strong history in the investment industry, Dianne Carmichael, President of Best Doctors Canada, shares her motivation for becoming a healthcare advocate. Applying her business acumen to the healthcare industry, she describes the political hurdles and other obstacles the system has to overcome. Looking at best practices, service gaps, practitioner compensation, and access to service, Dianne Carmichael paints a detailed picture of Canadian healthcare. Introducing Best Doctors, Dianne Carmichael defines its function in Canada and outlines the process while highlighting several success stories along the way.


Dr. Paul Garfinkel

Dr. Paul Garfinkel interviewed on Professionally Speaking TV

Psychosis, Diagnosis, Breakthroughs

Working towards a better quality of life. Dr. Paul Garfinkel, former CEO & President of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), talks about the progress within the mental health community and what his role has been. Tracing his progressive positions throughout his career, Dr. Paul Garfinkel reviews the development of CAMH and the adding of “addiction” to mental health. As he defines the term ‘psychotic’, Dr. Paul Garfinkel discusses the challenges in a diagnosis and the roles are various mental health professionals.


Dr. Larry Ohlhauser

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The Healthy CEO

If you’re a major resource to your company, how much time do you spend keeping that resource healthy? One of the top 100 physicians this century, and author of The Healthy CEO, Dr. Larry Olhauser discusses the impact of balancing physical, financial and relational wellness. With a focus on Executives and CEO’s, Dr. Larry Olhauser encourages a business plan on their health and wellness. With the requirement of 150 minutes of activity per week, he offers tips on how to find those minutes, and what to do with them.


Gar Mahood

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Tobacco, Public Policy, Legislation

“The tobacco fight is trench warfare”, says Gar Mahood, Executive Director of the Non-Smokers Rights Association and recipient of the Order of Canada. Countering the tobacco industry’s ‘denormalization’ strategy, Gar Mahood sheds light upon the tobacco epidemic in Canada. Playing a lead role in public policy strategy, he discusses the impact on Canada, and the position of provincial and federal governments.


Kary and Uche Odiatu

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Fitness, Health, Lifestyle

Exuding positive health and wellness, Canada’s First Couple of Fitness, Kary and Uche Odiatu, join us to talk about how they discovered their passion for health, how it’s changed their lives, and how it can change yours. Retracing how they met and built their careers, Kary and Uche Odiatu share how they maintain the balance in their lives together. Offering advice for those who are starting on the road to health, they give tips and strategies on how to integrate health into a lifestyle and make time for your health.


The Honourable Elinor Caplan

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Former Cabinet Minister

And all because of a crosswalk. The Honorable Elinor Caplan, CEO of Canada Strategies Inc. and former cabinet minister, tells of her humble beginnings in politics that spanned three levels of government and several administrations. She candidly discusses her life in public service, and the lessons in her political climb. Discussing the relationships between governments, Elinor Caplan touches on e-Health, organized medicine, and how her thoughts on healthcare are still applicable toady. She expounds on her experience with various leaders, and the dramatics that interest us in Canadian politics.


Peter Moore

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Children's Mental Health

One in five children have a diagnosable mental illness. This is one of the statistics that Peter Moore, Executive Director of the Kinark Child and Family Services, mentions. Established in 1916 and treating 10,000 cases a year, Kinark is the largest mental health agency in Ontario. Working to defeat the stigma and shame associated with it, Peter Moore discusses the role parents, and the community plays in a child’s well being. He describes some of the centers, programs and services offered through Kinark, such as Autism Services, Youth Justice services, and Therapeutic recreation. Peter Moore also talks about their recent initiative to reach out to remote, northern communities and the complexities involved with that initiative.