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Cheryl Bernard
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Cheryl's reputation is National

At the age of 23, Cheryl Bernard started an insurance brokerage and propelled the agency to six million dollars in sales in just eleven years. At the age of 43, she helped Canada win a silver medal in curling at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games.
Passionate about motivating others to reach their goals and stressing the importance of great leadership and teamwork, Bernard's powerful presentations draw from both her business and sport experiences to inspire audiences to achieve greatness in everything they do. She is in demand as a presenter at conferences and corporate training sessions across Canada.
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Cheryl applies her "power of focus" in her most dynamic and popular presentations: Lessons Learned From Sport, The Importance of Sport for Youth and Giving Back - The Responsibilities of the Medal.
Cheryl and her teammates won the Canadian Olympic Curling Trials in 2009 and headed to Vancouver to represent Canada at the 2010 Winter Olympics, ultimately taking the Silver Medal. Two months after the Olympics, Cheryl was nominated by her peers as the 2010 Most Valuable Player in Women's Curling.
Cheryl has volunteered on a variety of boards, including the Canadian Curling Association and the World Curling Tour. She created the annual "Curl for a Cure" in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, raising over 1.3 million dollars for the charity. She was the Official Spokesperson for the 2010 Terry Fox Run and has done promotional work for the Alberta Children's Hospital, the Toronto Sick Kids Hospital, Children's Miracle Network, Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day, and is Ambassador for Goodwill Industries of Alberta.
She is currently the Spokesperson for The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada as well as a Celebrity Ambassador for World Vision Canada.
Cheryl has also co-authored and published Between the Sheets, Creating Curling Champions in 2005, which describes the mental side of the game of curling. She just recently published the second edition of the book entitled The Silver Lining.
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Cheryl now works as a curling broadcast analyst for TSN.
More Information: 1.866.420.3338 (toll-free in Canada) email: info@speakersalberta.com

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