Ron Fellows is the winningest foreign-born driver in NASCAR’s top-three series. He has won multiple 24-hours of Le Mans Races, has been inducted into the Canadian Motorsports Hall of Fame and the Corvette Hall of Fame. He owns the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, while running the Ron Fellows Driving School and even has a Chevrolet Corvette line named after him!
Jenn Sadai is the author of multiple books including her first book called Dark Confessions of an Extraordinary Ordinary Woman, which was an autobiography of her struggle getting out of an abusive relationship and her newest book, Her Beauty Burns, which is available on Amazon now.
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Susanne Craig started her career as a journalist for the Windsor Star. Moving on to the Globe and Mail and then the Wall Street Journal before eventually becoming an investigative journalist with the New York Times, which is where she spent 18-months researching for a story on Donald Trump’s long history of tax evasion, earning her the 2019 Pulitzer Prize.
You can read the story that won the prize here – NY Times
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Lisa Williams started as an 18-year old producer before going on-air with AM800’s Cam and Lisa Show and then transitioning to The Morning Drive with Mike and Lisa spanning a 32-year career as Windsor’s top morning radio show.
Jeff Denomme is a serial entrepreneur and artist. He shares his story of starting his own clothing line, Fathom, while touring with the Vans Warped Tour. He learned how to utilize his artistic skills as a graphic designer and launched The Haunted Zoo collection and then launched his own hot sauce, Papa D’s. His latest venture is providing unique design work for local businesses with Hot Hive Studios
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Chris Taylor is a Juno nominated musician that went on to become an entertainment lawyer, where he helped discover Nelly Furtado and Sum 41 among others, before launching his own independent label, which he eventually sold to Entertainment One and became their Global President of Music.
Richard Peddie is one of the most successful leaders to ever come out of our region! As the former President & CEO of Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment (Toronto Raptors, Maple Leafs, Marlies & Toronto FC) he is an author, philanthropist and community builder, as demonstrated in his new role as President of the Amherstburg Community Foundation.
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Luis Mendez is a Venezuela native and the founder and CEO of True Fitness Windsor, which operates two successful fitness clubs in Windsor.
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Jaclyn Whittal has lived a few different lives. From growing up in Amherstburg to becoming a theatre actress and rock star to becoming a meteorologist with The Weather Network and storm chaser with a hit show Storm Hunters on Amazon Prime, she has one unique journey.
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The John McGivney Children's Centre is a special place that has helped thousands of families with children in need throughout Windsor-Essex.
Elaine Whitmore announced her retirement after 17 years as the Chief Executive Officer and she reflects on her career, while Joanna Conrad and Vince Laframboise are both Board members and clients of the Centre, utilizing the services for both of their children and their share their very powerful stories as well.
Find more information on the John McGivney Children's Centre at - jmccentre.ca
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