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I’ve been lucky to work in a variety of interesting sectors and environments over the years, and this has all lead me to today where I feel confident enough to be a competent contract gun for hire.
Have a look at my LinkedIn profile for basic info and endorsements of my work, and don’t hesitate to contact me for more information, or check back here for updates as I continue to enhance this site.
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About Jen: A former student of Women’s Studies at Langara College (among other disciplines), Jen has also spent much time volunteering in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside at the WISH Drop-in Center, a registered non-profit society operated by women for the exclusive use of female survival sex workers, and for the past 8 holiday seasons and counting, has organized the sponsoring of a Xmas hamper for single mothers and their families. Professionally, Jen’s roots are in arts & entertainment, working since 1998 with Canadian music industry pioneers Paul Mercs, Sam Feldman & Associates and then joining the Organizing Committee of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games in 2008 as part of the Cultural Olympiad team. When the 2010 games (and Olympiad) came and went, she spent much time exploring how to fulfill her life’s work purpose, and realized that helping others in various ways was her place in life. After a brief stint learning about British Columbian entrepreneurs with the team at BCIC, Jen recently joined the team at LIFT Philanthropic Partners – a venture philanthropy firm in downtown Vancouver. Jen loves reading, yoga, golfing, hiking with her dog Dexter and is having fun planning her wedding to her best friend & soulmate Martin, to take place in 2012 in New Orleans!
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Admin Guru offers administrative consulting strategies, support and coaching for creative and socially conscious entrepreneurs who are too busy and/or dislike admin. I help small business owners achieve organization, obtain peace of mind, gain more time, and carry a lighter load.
My raison d’etre
I believe there are many talented, heart-centred agents for change working hard to do good work. Beautiful work makes the world a better place. If I can help these champions continue their meaningful work, everyone benefits. I want to be an advocate and a cheerleader for business owners making a difference.
Lisa Kelly is an Online Business Manager, and founder of Admin Guru. After running her first business – The Centre for Art & Soul, she learned firsthand how important admin and marketing are, but also how time-consuming they can be. And worse than that, how easily they can be left to fall through the cracks! The other thing she discovered is how much she actually enjoys doing these tasks, and wants to share her expertise with other small biz owners. Highly organized, detail-oriented, with a prior career (20+ years) in graphic design/visual effects, and technical/customer support — Lisa can take the admin reigns so that you can focus on what you got into entrepreneurship for in the first place: doing your thing. And doing it well and having fun doing it once again!
Clare Kumar Chief Organizer and President, Streamlife®, Co-creator Pliio® Streamlife®, an organizing company, and Pliio®, the best way to fold, file and find your clothesCell Phone: 647-444-3535cell Work Phone: 416-234-0188work Work Phone: 1-855-356-3569work Personal Email: email@example.comINTERNET Personal Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgINTERNET
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A Toronto-based Professional Organizer and Productivity Consultant with a talent for teaching and motivating others, Clare Kumar founded Streamlife ® in 2005.
Passionate about helping people reduce stress and get more out of life, Clare realized she could marry a love of working with people, her natural creativity, and problem solving skills, with her desire to make a real difference – one life at a time.
Clare has since coached residential, small business and corporate clients across North America, to get organized, improve productivity and achieve greater peace of mind, while creating inspiring spaces in which to live and work.
Clare organizes at home…
A natural at process simplification, Clare has developed and refined systems to tackle routine tasks. Saving a few minutes every day is an effective way to ‘make time’. By being resourceful and creatively storing possessions to avoid clutter, she can ‘create space’.
Through relocating from Toronto to Tokyo, Montreal and back, Clare has become adept at preparing for and managing moves. She understands how overwhelming moves and renovations can be and is able to pave the way for a less stressful experience.
and at work…
With over fifteen years in Marketing, Sales, Human Resources and Communications, both in national and international companies, Clare understands senior management concerns and how to practically support today’s workforce, especially with respect to making choices between work and personal life.
A progressive thinker, Clare encourages sustainable alternative work arrangements by helping employees and home-based entrepreneurs establish comfortable, efficient work environments and develop productive work habits. She is a proud member of the Canadian Telework Association and an affiliate member of the Association of Canadian Ergonomists.
appears as a guest expert…
Clare has been featured in House & Home Magazine, quoted by Chatelaine, and interviewed by Style at Home and Today’s Parent. Clare has been featured by CBC, the Globe and Mail, Report on Business and The Canadian Press as an organizing and productivity expert. Clare has also appeared regularly as a guest expert on The Marilyn Denis Show, CityLine, The Steven and Chris Show, Breakfast Television (Toronto), Canada AM, CTV Newsatnoon, Downright Domestic, Money Moron2 and Get Connected. Clare has also appeared on The Shopping Channel, HSN and QVC.
speaks to wide audiences…
Clare is a compelling speaker and has delivered engaging presentations on topics such as How to Make Your Office Work for You, From Overwhelmed to In Control, Getting Organized at Home: The Source of a Smooth Day, and Living an Organized Lifestyle to diverse audiences in Canada and the US.
is an organizing industry professional…
Clare is a Silver Leaf Member and former National Board Director of Marketing for Professional Organizers in Canada (POC), Canada’s national association for organizing professionals. She is a member of US-based NAPO, the National Association of Professional Organizers. Clare continues to develop organizing expertise via the Institute on Challenging Disorganization and has received Level 1 Certificates in Chronic Disorganization, ADD Issues, Mental Health Challenges, Life Transitions, Students, Learning Styles and Modalities. She also serves as ICD’s media coordinator.
Clare is also a Canadian Certified Staging Professional (CCSP ®)
and an organizing product developer…
Clare has created several organizing and time management products sold at retailers throughout North America and Japan.
The Pliio® Clothing Managment System
The Organized Family – 2012 Weekly Planning Calendar
A Balanced Life – 2012 Wall Calendar
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Heather has a Bachelor of Commerce from Queen’s University. She spent 12 years working at Rogers Media Inc. creating innovative campaigns for national, tier-one brands. She then took a number of years away from the work force to focus on her growing family. She is now the Regional VP, Business Development at Fitneff Inc. Fitneff is dedicated to providing innovative products and solutions that help busy people make their productive time more active. Fitneff offers a full suite of walking desks, sit-stand desks and active accessories that allow you to incorporate movement into your work day.
Heather is passionate about running, growing and cooking healthy foods and will take any opportunity she can get to brush up on her conversational French.
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The Corporate Canuck provides creative solutions for small business owners- bookkeeping, marketing, sales training, and more! By offering custom-designed solutions for your unique small-business needs, you can focus your energies where it matters most: growing a successful business.
Owner Jennifer Long proudly brings over 15 years of diverse management and marketing experience to every project she tackles.
Hailing from the lush hills of Prince Edward Island, Jennifer is pleased to now call Vancouver home. A graduate of the Canadian College of Performing Arts, Jennifer has been an entertainer since the age of three! Her first job at age 13 was definitely unusual; at a family friend’s suggestion, she auditioned for (and was subsequently hired to play) the leading character at Canadian World Theme Park in Japan. After pursuing a decade-long professional career in the arts, she decided to focus her talents on the behind-the-scenes world of arts management, including contracts with Canadian Idol, Canada Games, and, most recently, the Vancouver Circus School.
A self-professed “life long learner”, Jennifer holds a variety of post-secondary and continuing studies certifications including Event Management (Holland College), Professional Bookkeeper (Langara College), and is currently working towards her CPA designation in Vancouver.
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SheCoSystem Toronto is a coworking space and community hub
where women can work in integrity, cultivate personal and
professional wellbeing and connect with a supportive ecosystem.
Together, let’s create an environment where working women thrive.
Coworking | Self-Care | Community | Wellness
We know that women – and their businesses – thrive when they are consciously connected with their bodies, their emotions, and a mutually supportive community. That is why our space and our workday are designed from a feminine paradigm that promote holistic self-care and work-life integration.
SheCoSystem is more than a shared workspace; it is a community hub that unites the ecosystem of women’s groups and events in Toronto. SheCoSystem provides a purpose-built home for women’s events in Toronto to promote collaboration and creative engagement for members as well as for the broader community.
Join us to create a new coworking space and community hub for women in Toronto. Be a part of a the conversation and help us shape the space to suit your needs and values.
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Meredith has 20 years of experience working with small businesses. After graduating from Dalhousie with an MBA she began her career in her family’s business where they manufactured an oil absorbent and sold it all over the world. Today she works with her husband managing PC Service On Site a computer repairs and service company servicing residential and small business clients in Toronto, Barrie and Muskoka.
Meredith became involved with WIBN about a year ago when she volunteered to be a mentor. She has been working with her mentee now for almost six months and loves the monthly calls.
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We’ve been helping businesses for nearly 30 years, and it’s all thanks to a broken typewriter ribbon.
How it all began
In 1985, Staples’ founder Tom Stemberg, a former supermarket chain executive turned entrepreneur, was working on a business proposal over the Fourth of July weekend when his typewriter ribbon broke. Because it was the holiday weekend, local suppliers and stationery stores were closed. After driving from store to store and not finding the correct ribbon, Tom came to a realization: The world needed a supermarket for office products.
Ten months later, Staples, the first office superstore, was open for business. And office supplies became more accessible, and affordable, to all who needed them.
Many things have changed over the past quarter century, from our expanded product selection to our growing number of stores and ways to shop to becoming a truly global company. But one thing has remained the same: Our customers are our priority, and we’re here to help them make more happen, no matter what it is they want to accomplish.