Birds, Beirut and Banana Splits
A few lessons learned through the most unlikely situations.
Stamina, a Smite and a Cast-Iron Stomach
What it really takes to be a foreign correspondent.
Technology and Change
Understanding technological change for future success.
Bringing Diversity Into Our Own House
The power of communications.
Host /Moderator / MC
Ann Medina began her television career in Chicago, later becoming a Network Producer for NBC News and then a Network Correspondent and Producer for ABC News.
Currently the host of History Television's "History on Film", Ann Medina is one of North America's most familiar and respected broadcast journalists and producers. Her programs have won numerous awards in Canada and in the United States, including an Emmy Award.
In international affairs, for a CBC primetime 3-part series on the Gulf War, Ann Medina interviewed President Mubarak, King Hussein of Jordan, Palestinian President Yasser Arafat, Generals and Iraqi's. In March 2003, Medina hosted a week of special programming on Iraq and the history of Mideast.
Recently, Ms. Medina has also moved into the broader area of communications and technology. She has been a featured speaker for a number of corporate clients including Perigee, Viacom Corp., Honda and Heenan Blaikie. She has addressed CBC's Board of Directors, the UN World Television Conference, and the North American Broadcasters Association.
"An exceptional evening. Full of life wisdom, inspiration and joy."
Grant McEwan College
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