Hockey Night in Canada Host & Two Time Olympic Medalist
This combination of topics will assist with bringing a new and enhanced winning attitude to your executive team and your work force!
The result is a keynote speech that inspires, informs, and entertains. Cassie Campbell talks about her groundbreaking into the television business covering the NHL on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada, as well as her experiences from her career as both an Olympic athlete and now as someone who is on TV each Saturday night. Cassie Campbell is a down to earth, passionate speaker that will motivate and leave a lasting impression on your staff.
Building a successful team
Coming out of your comfort zone
Making a contribution
Shelley Becker, Mullen Trucking
John Doig, Senior Vice-President, Marketing for Scotiabank
"It is very important for young kids to be given access to role-models and leaders in our communities - these are individuals who are a positive influence on our society," said Armand VanBochove, Vice-Principal at Birchmount Collegiate Institute in Toronto. "Ms. Campbell's visit (to our school) shows our students that they can set out to achieve their dreams by believing in themselves no matter how big the dream."
Armand VanBochove, Vice-Principal at Birchmount Collegiate Institute in Toronto
"A very inspiring talk that made you proud to be Canadian."
Power Within Women’s Luncheon – Calgary and Toronto
Women of Influence Luncheon
Western Canada Tire Dealers Association
Sudbury Human Resources Association
Certified Management Accountants
International Council of Shopping Centres
Workers Compensation Board - Edmonton
Won two Olympic gold medals (2002- Salt Lake City and 2006 – Turin, Italy), and one Olympic silver medal (1998 – Nagano, Japan).
A six-time World Champion gold medallist (1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2004), and won silver at the 2005 worlds once
Cassie Campbell is the only captain, male or female, to lead Canada to two Olympic gold medals. When Cassie Campbell was dressed for Team Canada, her team had a 129-26-2 record.
Cassie Campbell was Captain of Canada’s National Women’s Team from 2001 to her retirement in 2006, which made her the longest serving captain in Canadian hockey history. Cassie Campbell was an alternate captain with Canada's National Women’s Team from 1997-2001, receiving this honor just prior to her second World Championship appearance.
In 157 career games with Team Canada, Cassie Campbell had 32 goals, 68 assists, 100 points, 66 penalty minutes. (Four of her career goals were short-handed and three were game winning goals).
Cassie Campbell was the first woman to do color commentating on Hockey Night in Canada on Oct. 14/2006 – Toronto Maple Leafs vs. Calgary Flames …Currently works as a TV analyst for TSN’s women’s hockey coverage and for CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada … Cassie Campbell has worked as a colour commentator for TSN, The Score and the NHL Network and does radio work for Calgary Flames games on the FAN 960