Office Hours: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Motivational Speaking

Speaking Engagements

As Certified Life Coach, Harriet Tinka offers motivational talks on work life balance, Self Esteem, Adversities, Overcoming  Obstacles, and finding more fulfillment. She addresses audiences ranging from 5 to 400 on a wide selection of topics. She will also tailor your session to your needs.

Audiences have included:

  • Lurana Shelter Society
  • Edmonton Woman Show
  • Beyond Ourselves Youth Initiative
  • Woman Arise
  • National Black Coalition of Canada Society
  • Africa Centre
  • St. Basil Academy School
  • Rosslyn Junior High School
  • New Immigrants and Refugee Youth and Families
  • Action For Healthy Communities

We offer 3 categories of keynote speaking:

  1. Motivational topics
  2. Inspirational topics
  3. Overcoming Adversities topics

Topics covered have included:

  • Work life balance
  • Ignite others & live a life you love
  • The gifts of imperfections: Embracing Who We Are
  • Keeping an Attitude of Gratitude

Honors & Awards


2018
RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Nominee


2014
YWCA Women of Distinction Award Recipient


2017
Rotary Integrity Award Recipient


2016
Global Woman of Vision Award Recipient


2013/14/15/16
Self-Esteem & Leadership Award Recipient


2016
Diversity Community Woman of the Year Award recipient

2014
Excellent Community Initiative Appreciation Award

In recognition of building self-esteem and leadership in youth.

2014
YWCA Women of Distinction Award

Harriet has overcome adverse circumstances and draws from her experience to inspire strength and success in others.

2014
Fierce Diamond Recipient – Inspirational Category

A woman who has motivated and ignited a spark within others through her words, actions and by sharing her story.

2014
Diversity Community Woman of the Year

A woman fearlessly engaged both professionally and personally in making changes that support diversity in the community.

2013
Excellent Community Initiative Appreciation Award

In recognition of building self-esteem and leadership in youth.

2013
YWCA Nominee Women of Distinction Award

As an educator , Harriet has empowered children and adult students to do great things.