Speaking at Your Event

I love being on stage sharing my experience, knowledge and insights to inspire others. I have fun speaking to audiences that are engaged, curious and open to learn and I love group interaction and Q&A. I’ve been Master of Ceremonies (MC), delivered Keynotes, and presented to groups large and small on a variety of topics. Small and intimate or standing room only, I love to connect with, engage, inspire and motivate those in attendance.


“Michelle is one of the most engaging speakers I have ever had the pleasure of seeing. She is compassionate, kind, and empathetic, which makes her an ideal speaker to talk about topics such as engaging Indigenous communities in a culturally responsive way. Michelle is very relatable to her audience and is able provide a unique perspective on marketing, as what we do in health care truly is marketing healthy concepts! Michelle has worked with non-Indigenous groups to help them understand privilege and the legacy of residential schools. She has helped health care professionals understand how to be an ally instead of an expert; allies work with their clients to come up with solutions, experts tell clients what to do. Michelle is an asset to any workshop or educational event. I have seen her speak many times and still learn from her each time.”
- Sara Langley, First Nations and Inuit Health Branch, Health Canada

Speaking Topics and Themes:

Healthy Living
Integrating the Four Areas of Wellness: Physical, Mental, Emotional and Spiritual
Conquer Your Sugar Cravings
Finding and Living Your Life’s Purpose
Creating Success on Your Own Terms
Women Have the Power to Change the World - and Now is the Time
Self-Care Isn’t Selfish, It’s Essential
Overcoming Fear and Going After Your Dreams
How to Get Anything You Want
What’s Possible for You?
Successful Habit Change - How to Create a Life You Love
Indigenous Peoples Hold the Key to our Global Future
Bridging the Gap Between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Communities
Community Engagement - How to Get the Word out in Indigenous Communities
Cultural Understanding - How to Effectively Work in Indigenous Communities

Upcoming Speaking Events:

George Gordon Health Centre - Team Building and Communication, February 2017
Meadow Lake Tribal Council - Food Sovereignty, Saskatoon, April 2017

Past Speaking Gigs:

Miyomacihowin Conference, Saskatoon, November 2016
Chronic Disease and Wholistic Health in First Nations Communities, Saskatoon, October 2016
Miyomacihowin Conference, Saskatoon, March 2016
Agency Chiefs Tribal Council Breastfeeding Workshop, Saskatoon 2015
Canadian Pre-Natal Program, Community Dietitians, Saskatoon 2015
Conquer Your Sugar Cravings, Regina Public Library, 2014
Women’s Wellness Day, File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council, 2012, 2013, 2015
Treaty Four Education Conference, Magazine Projects, 2012
Aboriginal Role Model Series, Ranch Ehrlo Society, Regina 2011
Athabasca School Reading Week Presentation, Regina, 2011
Yellow Quill School, Career Fair Presentation, Yellow Quill First Nation, 2011
Keynote Address, Treaty Four Education Conference 2006
Saskatchewan New Democrats Annual Convention, 2006

Ready to Work Together? Awesome!

When asking about my speaking fees and event logistics, please let me know the nature and vision of your event, as well as timing and budget. We can work together to customize a presentation so it will be meaningful and engaging for your audience. I can do talks or presentations ranging from 20 minutes to 90 minutes, or incorporate interactive workshop components for a longer, in-depth experience for your group. Together, we can come up with something that will be the perfect fit for your event!

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