Darrell Bricker and John Wright
Canada's premier pollsters, Bricker & Wright, know what Canadians are thinking
Canada’s premier pollsters, Bricker and Wright, know what Canadians are thinking, the changes that are taking place in Canada, and what these trends mean for your organization. With exclusive access to statistics from thousands of polls across Canada and around the world, their presentations are highly entertaining and packed with insight and cutting-edge stats as current as a month to hours old.
CEO for Ipsos, Global Public Affairs
Leading pollster with Ipsos Global, Darrell Bricker has his pulse on public opinion, anticipating how it will affect the future of consumers and business organizations. He does solo presentations on trends and also teams up with pollster John Wright.
Dr. Joseph Cafazzo
Health Care Transformer and Biomedical Engineer
Dr. Cafazzo is a biomedical engineer who has spent his entire career in a hospital setting. By observing healthcare delivery from the inside, he works on ways to keep people out of hospital by creating technologies that allow for self-care at home. At the same time, Joe and his team are the biggest critics of poorly designed health technologies and their ineffectiveness. He surrounds himself with whip-smart, passionate engineers and designers who are creating technologies that are spirited, modern and people-focused.
Lt. Gen Roméo Dallaire (Ret)
International Champion of Human Rights, Award-Winning Author, Leader
General Dallaire’s rescue of thousands in the Rwanda genocide as commander of a UN peace-keeping force and heartfelt message of humanity has made him one of the most sought-after speakers in the business and the star of books and films.
Dr. Brian Goldman
Emergency Physician, Broadcaster and Medical Watchdog with a Passion for Compassion
Dr. Brian Goldman is a doctor who thinks like a patient. Dr. Goldman is the best-selling author of The Night Shift and The Secret Language of Doctors. He also hosts CBC’s White Coat, Black Art and House Doctor.
Canadian Mental Health Advocate
Mark Henick is a mental health advocate. Informed by his direct experience with the mental health care system as a teen, Mark has authored commentaries on issues relating to mental health for major newspapers across Canada and the U.S. At 22, he served as the youngest President of a provincial Canadian Mental Health Association division in history. At 24 he became the youngest member of the board of directors for the Mental Health Commission of Canada – a position which he continues to hold today. At 26, Mark settled in Toronto and began working with young people as a clinician in the mental health field. He continues to use his personal experience to provide insight into mental illness, and his TED Talk was the highest viewed of the 2013 Toronto conference.