The broadCAST™ Team
During the time that I have known Barry Green, he has displayed creative thinking, considerable skills and knowledge, and an effortless approach to instruction. He has offered career counseling services, volunteer opportunities, job search training and positive enforcement. I am grateful for his genuine offer to be a continual support throughout the years and I know that I will be a better Human Resources professional because of him. — Maryann Coynoypopoylos, HR Professional
Barry Lewis Green is The Unity Guy™ and he understands unity to be sourced, in part, in the power of resourcefulness and cooperation. Together, we are better. Together, strong.
Barry is the engine for Epic Engage™; and the ring leader of The broadCAST™… a select, dynamic and diverse collection of 15 independent experts contributing to helping build individuals and communities of strength at school, work, business and community.
Once a month, The broadCAST™ produces a blog called (what else) The broadCAST™ as a high value read. It offers a breadth and depth of perspective on leadership in many arenas. From leadership and education to family, health, social media and more, it is a news and views letter that inspires, engages and provides value to living life for entrepreneurs, educators and emerging leaders… and everyone interested in motivation and meaning.
The Team… beyond Barry
Tracy Carberry is a pro, on realworld human resource leadership. Bringing her background in community leadership and human resource development over the last 12 years, she is that people person who communicates, connects and coordinates; and gets results. Whether with the Virginia Park Community Center, Young Adult Cancer of Canada, Enactus, Academy Canada, MoMondays or Epic Engage, she demonstrates real on-the-ground leadership and brings it every time with an understanding that people matter, and they matter to our success.
Ray Hollister is all about strength, excellence and potential. In fact, he has a very special connection with students – he’s helped thousands achieve average scores of over 90% for 20 years! His love of learning… and his ability to teach anybody the same easy strategies he used to study far less than everyone else while maintaining outrageously high test scores… quickly earned him a lot of ‘friends’ seeking his advice. Ray has personally conducted numerous studies to develop an intense, focused, and results oriented program for college students. With the success of that program, Ray set his sights on helping younger students in Junior High, High School, and those just entering University. The end result is a program that will help any student – especially YOU – learn more, study less, and earn consistently high grades.
Jamie McCabe is all about creativity and connection. She is on a mission to bring people together through art and exploring their creative side at Clay Café Avalon. Jamie became an entrepreneur and opened the paint-your-own pottery studio in 2008 and has seen many memories painted there since then. She works with children and schools where she provides after school art programs. She believes we should color outside the lines more and embrace our inner artist. At Clay Café, it’s not about painting the perfect piece, it’s about painting the perfect memory.
Holly McCue is a creative enthusiast and the co-founder for Social On Site, Inc.; a mobile social media marketing agency that focuses on humanizing and showcasing, the uniqueness of brands through their own social platforms… bringing a new meaning to “storytelling”. Having graduated from Memorial University with a BBA degree, she developed a very distinct business approach in association with her passions: painting, writing, photography and psychology. Understanding people and serving a fresh perspective, is what Holly values most.
Tonya Whittle is an inspiration speaker, thought leader, coach and behaviour expert blending modern strategies with ancient wisdom to help people overcome emotional and mindset blocks that prevent them from living to the fullest. Her motto is “do more than exist” that life is here to be lived fully. Having overcome childhood trauma, Tonya understands fully the concept of just getting by. Using the very strategies she teaches, she reclaimed her power in life and helps others do the same. It’s less about what happened to you and more about what you do about it.
Jon was born and bred in St. John’s and is especially passionate about helping to build the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Newfoundland & Labrador. After graduating from MUN in 2009, he spent the following 9 years building a career as an entrepreneur. He has started companies in both Ottawa and St. John’s, and most recently, a food business called LunchIn. Jon has also launched Get Started Café; an initiative that offers a new approach to professional development, leadership, and community impact. He believes that thinking like an entrepreneur can help anyone become empowered at work, enact social change, and find purpose.
After twenty years of ‘successful’ yet unhappy corporate living, Leslie Bridger decided to follow her calling, helping people create healing environments both internally and externally with nature. After her near-death experience in 2005, she fully understood the importance of what she had learned from the Elements. Leslie now spreads this message through her joyful awe-inspiring talks accompanied by her uplifting nature photography, as well as her upcoming book “AWE for Humanity: Awakening Wisdom from the Elements”. Her mission is to lovingly empower others, individually and in groups, as they awaken to the magnificence within and all around them.
Dominique Hurley is an intuitive visionary artist, educator and naturotherapist who guides you to explore and express your True Self through inner guidance. Grounded in her love of beauty and the beauty of love, Dominique delivers insight and inspiration through her Intuition Into Action Treasure Map: 5 Steps to a Happy Healthy Life. She’ll delight you through energy-infused art, keynotes, practical interactive workshops, guided visioning meditations and more. If you’re looking to activate whole-brained success in your life, organization or community, hire Dominique to nourish your transformational journey. Her unique blend of expertise will animate your meetings, events, conferences, and conventions.
Susan Day lives by the motto ‘simple yet effective’. Small actions can lead to big results… mentally and physically. Susan is an experienced yoga teacher, former IT professional and creator of The Office Yogi. She is first and foremost a student of yoga and is living proof that it can change your life. Susan has been teaching full time for almost 5 years and teaches a variety of classes from chair yoga to yoga for runners. She loves to see how simple breath work and movement can change how a person feels physically, their energy levels and frame of mind. Susan’s latest adventure is in the online space. Her membership site, The Office Yogi, is helping people in offices access yoga and it’s benefits easily and effectively. She is on a mission to create a culture of workplace wellness warriors… one deep breath at a time.
Susan Kennedy is a mom to two little kids aged 2 and 5. She is a scientist by training but now spends her days taking care of her two children and running an educational services business. Susan is also a trained birth doula and is involved in the Doula Collective of Newfoundland. Susan loves to speak about anything parenting-related, especially the intersection between technology and parenting and millennial parenthood. She is the founder of Apparently Tech, a new technology company focusing on app development in the Family and Lifestyle category.
Mark Black, CSP is all about wellness and resilience. He is a Heart and Double-Lung Transplant Recipient, 4-time marathoner, resilience expert, speaker, and coach. Mark helps people “Thrive in Challenging Times”. A Certified Speaking Professional, Mark has inspired more than 100,000 people in more than 350 presentations. At 23 Mark faced an unimaginable challenge. His doctor informed him that his heart was failing. Without a rare and dangerous heart and double-lung transplant he would not see his 25th birthday. Three years later, after receiving his second chance at life, Mark ran his first marathon. Mark spends his free time with his beautiful wife and two kids.
Sheena Grobb is about compassion. A songbird from the age of two, songwriter at ten, with 3 albums under her belt, a nomination for the Western Canadian Music Awards, and over 500 tour dates across Canada, the US, and the UK, Sheena Grobb (one of Canada’s best kept secrets) is spilling over. With the release of her newest album, The Breakless Heart, mastered at Abbey Road Studios in London, and a life changing music video created by Lindsey Nelko (past choreographer with So You Think You Can Dance), Sheena is embarking on her most meaningful project yet – The Living Compassion Project™ – inviting others to “unlock their lives” through sharing their stories… as she shares hers.
At 23, Esty Vardy was diagnosed with bipolar II. She experienced the hell of that in 2017, attempting suicide. After that episode, she embarked on a path to greater self-awareness, helping change the course of her life. Now, Esty inspires as a speaker and through her work with her social enterprise, Pawsology; an organization that pairs psychiatric service dogs and uses therapy dogs at the core of their work, as they provide resources to those with mental illness. Esty shares how her service dog, Gabe, saved her life and the recovery plan she created for herself proving every obstacle presents opportunity.
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