Date(s) - 21/09/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Elizabeth Gagnon | Cornwall, Ontario
A Leader for Change Chapter is an event that creates opportunities for others that are still silent about their own stories: to see, feel and understand that they are not alone. That whatever has happened to them has indeed also happened to others. It is a place where friends and family can get together and share laughter and tears and be inspired by others who have and are finding their voices. A place of rejoining, a place with guilt, shame and fear did not reside.
It is a heart-centered event that offers encouragement and understanding and ultimately a place to unleash the burdens of their stories with guidance and support. Everyone has the opportunity to become a part of something bigger than they are, a place where all of our stories matter, and where we learn that sharing our stories is truly healing, not only for you but for others.
You can become members, join our newsletter to stay connected and/or write their own story in one of our Anthology Books.
The future of Sacred Hearts Rising is global movement with women, men and children sharing on our stage and/or in our books breaking the silence around the world.
Unfortunately, we will never run out of stories but standing together we will create a positive change for others through our own journey.
Author, Founder of Miss Liz Tea Parties, and Change-maker
The Director of the Cornwall Chapter and Author in the International Best Sellers Sacred Hearts Rising: Breaking the Silence One Story at a Time, Finding Your Wings and Sparks of Light
A survivor of abuse and grief, Liz is making change in the world by creating magical events where people come together to share their stories of trauma and triumph. Liz is the founder of the “Tea Bag Story Award” and “Miss Liz’s Tea Parties”. Since 2015, these events have grown exponentially and raised over $5000 for women’s transition houses, sexual abuse services, Parkinson’s resources, and bereaved families’ services. Liz also hosts an annual Christmas Open House for single moms, their children, and the homeless. She is heavily involved with Bereaved Families of Cornwall Ontario, and is a member of the Community Action Network Against Abuse.
Liz’s has been a contributing author in Canada 150 Stories, and the first Sacred Hearts Rising anthology. Writing has been part of her healing journey.
The Author from Sacred Hearts Rising: Sparks of Light
Jennifer is a child of God, a mother, wife, auntie, nana, digital business owner, co-author, child chauffeur, sports hustler, sideline cheerleader, chef, housekeeper … you get the picture. With a blended family of nine, she puts her heart into her family.
She currently resides on an acreage just outside of Grande Prairie with her family, two dogs, and three cats. With a passion for helping others, Jennifer inspires and motivates families to spend more time together through her business and everyday life. Jennifer and her husband started their digital business in the spring of 2018 and have helped numerous people learn how to have time/freedom, to live life on their own terms.
Jennifer hopes that by sharing her story she’ll help others share theirs as well.
The CEO and Founder of Sacred Hearts Rising, Four time International Best Seller, author in Sacred Hearts Rising: Breaking the Silence One Story at a Time, Finding Your Wings and Sparks of Light
Brenda Hammon is an Alberta based philanthropist, entrepreneur, international speaker, International award-winning and bestselling author, goal setter and big dreamer with a mission in life to create positive change for others. In 2004, Brenda became a fulltime entrepreneur and over the next 13 years built companies that fit her passion for helping others achieve their dreams. She is a vocal advocate for helping others overcome traumatic pasts. Brenda fully believes that when women share their stories and stand together they can change the world to be a better place for all. To that end, she launched Sacred Hearts Rising, a movement that brings awareness to traumatic events that sometimes plague us, and encourages healing, as well as anthologies of stories from women and men who have overcome seemingly insurmountable odds. She hosts a yearly event which honours and inspires others to lead a better life.
Bookings are closed for this event.