Parenting speaker Ann Douglas
Ann Douglas speaks at parenting and health conferences and other special events across Canada. She motivates and inspires audiences with her keynotes and offers practical parenting help and advice in her small group workshops. She is the author of a number of bestselling parenting books as well as a Toronto Star columnist and Canadian Family magazine contributing editor.
Ann Douglas speaks frankly, and with authority, about making the transition to parenthood, being a mindful and connected parent, parenting without fear, writers and social responsibility, and the power of community. She has delivered keynote addresses and customized workshops to audiences ranging in size from 20 to 1500. She's inspired parents, healthcare professionals, early childhood educators, creative professionals, and social activists with her visions of what is possible when passionate and committed people join forces to work for a better world.
She has created and delivered parenting courses for high-profile websites such as WebMD and AOL as well as on behalf of government clients and Fortune-500 companies.
Ann is frequently interviewed by the print and broadcast media. She has been quoted in such publications as The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, Good Housekeeping, Reader’s Digest (Canada), Parents, Parenting, Working Mother, BabyTalk, Today’s Parent, The National Post, and The Globe and Mail and has appeared as a guest on such television shows as Canada AM, Breakfast Television, The Marilyn Denis Show, and The Mom Show.
This past April, Ann was one of 16 Canadians invited to Rideau Hall to discuss family policy with Canadian Governor-General David Johnston and his wife Sharon Johnston.
- Upcoming presentations (parenting-related)
- Upcoming presentations (writing-related)
- Past presentations (parenting-related)
- Past presentations (writing-related)
To inquire about having Ann speak at your next event, please contact Ann.