As a speaker, published author and storyteller, I am passionate about mentoring people of all ages and abilities to help them find their voice and reach their fullest potential. I share from my heart, telling stories from real life experiences to encourage people and help them find a glimmer of hope no matter what the circumstances. I believe we need to be continuously learning and living well by using our abilities and gifts. I use my storytelling passion by speaking, teaching communication workshops, writing and preserving her family history. I have one book, a memoir called Amee’s Story, as well as short stories in a dozen anthologies including 8 in Chicken Soup for the Soul and several magazine articles. I am a wife, mother of four adult children and grandmother to twelve. I make my home in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Why did you join Consciously Woman? 

I heard about Consciously Woman through a friend, Mable Elliott and after talking with Adrienne thought it might be an interesting venue to meet other women, hear what inspires them and share some of my own inspirations as well.