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#95 Richard Kennedy – Hanlon Realty

Richard is a realtor and broker with Hanlon Realty, and has enjoyed a career that spans over 25 years in the industry. He began working in the construction industry after completing an undergraduate degree in Commerce from Memorial University. His early career roles were based in the marketing field, and this experience allowed him to understand the expectations of all of the industry’s participants, from home buyers and sellers to land developers and builders. He developed several specialized areas of expertise: new home construction, energy efficiency, and universal design. 

Richard has been an award winner throughout his career. These include the Multi Award Winner, Hanlon Summit Award, Hanlon Pinnacle Award, and the Hanlon Everest Award.

Connect with Richard here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/constructionbuyeragent/

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#94 Tom Davis – Frontline Action

Tom Davis has been self-employed his entire adult life.  He completed his Bachelor of Commerce in 1994 and always a lifelong learner he retuned to MUN to finish his Bachelor of Arts with a major in Economics and convocated May of 2021.

Tom Started https://frontlineaction.com/ in 1994.  Frontline Action is Newfoundland and Labrador’s one-stop for Action.Low Impact and Standard Paintball, Gellyball, Airsoft, iCombat, Nerf, Bouncy Castles, and Laser Tag.

Tom has studied, lived, and been an advocate for healthier living his entire life. Tom and his wife Bev Moore-Davis have been strong advocates for child abuse prevention, support, and awareness. 

To connect with Tom visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tomdavisnl/

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#93 Jason Brown – CEO – YMCA of Newfoundland and Labrador

Jason Brown is the  CEO of the YMCA of Newfoundland and Labrador 2005-2011 and returned to the position in 2013. In 2017 Jason was also appointed CEO of the Atlantic YMCA Regional Development Centre for 2018 and 2019 serving YMCAs throughout the region. Over a 30-year career with the YMCA, Jason has also worked in senior positions in the YMCA in Southern Ontario, Central Ontario, and Ottawa and in seasonal positions in Ontario and Nova Scotia. Jason is also a past Director of Common Ground Co-working and the East Coast Trail Association. Jason was named a 2017 Atlantic Business Magazine Top 50 CEO. 

Jason is an experienced executive with a background giving leadership to operations, development, fundraising, turn-around, start-up, real estate projects, Boards of Directors, and organizational change in Atlantic Canada and Ontario. 

Connect with Jason here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-brown-8a852b12/

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#92 Making Waves with Verónica Alonso – Cadmatic

Cadmatic is a leading developer of digital and intelligent 3D-based design, and engineering and information management software for the sector. Veronica talks about collaborating, and growing together, across oceans.
#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Verónica here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/veronicaalonsodelosrios/

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#91 Making Waves Glenn Copeland – Lockheed Martin Canada

Halifax became a center of gravity for Lockheed’s business and a win-win way location to tap into talent from Maritime universities. Glen talks economic growth in the area, and the vital role defense plays in the burgeoning ocean tech sector.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

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#90 Making Waves with Andrew W. Simmons, CarteNav Solutions

Gerry and Allan talk with recent graduate Andrew Simmons on building his industry skillset and what’s exciting him most about the sector he recently joined.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Andrew here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrew-w-simmons-48b528a6/

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#89 Making Waves with Erica More, Shelter Movers Nova Scotia

At every conference where Genoa exhibits, the company chooses a local charity to partner with. For DEFSEC, this was the Nova Scotia chapter of Shelter Movers. Erica discusses how her organization serves a critical need, helping adults and children flee domestic abuse situations by providing free, secure, and discrete moving and storage services.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Erica here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericamore/

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#88 Making Waves with Kevin Tetreault & Mitch MacDonald, Canadian GovTech Community

Kevin Tetreault & Mitch MacDonald discuss storytelling, breaking down barriers between tech, academia, and government, and how the podcasts are the ultimate medium for sparking big conversations.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Kevin here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-tetreault-mba-42a18a10b/

Connect with Mitch here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mitch-macdonald-940192154/

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#87 Making Waves with Nick Burchill, Kongsberg Maritime

One of the larger ocean tech companies, Kongsberg does a little bit of everything in the maritime industry, providing a wide swath of products and services to both the civil and defense sectors. According to Nick, the industry is waking up and gaining momentum, as evidenced by his company’s recent slate of new acquisitions.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Nick here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicholas-nick-burchill-3905247/

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#86 Making Waves with Ian Wood

A show as big as DEFSEC doesn’t happen without the tireless effort of an army of volunteers. Recently retired from the Navy, Ian talks about reconnecting with members of the military community, and making new connections on the event floor.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Ian here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ian-wood-470b7682/

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#85 Making Waves with Lee Carson – Norstrat Consulting

Growing up, Lee’s Heroes were polar explorers like Shackleton and Amundson. You might say it was destiny that his job now is helping clients with a responsibility or a business goal to implement components of Canada’s Northern Strategy. The Arctic is changing, and as Lee reminds us, change is good for business.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Lee here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lee-carson-64b8557/

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#84 Making Waves with Victoria Belbin, ACADA

The head of the Atlantic Canada Aerospace and Defence Association (DEFSEC Atlantic’s presenting partner) talks about the exciting advances and opportunities ahead on land, ocean, and air. Business is coming and knocking on Atlantic Canada’s door!

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Victoria here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoria-belbin-icd-d-11a1923b/

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#83 Making Waves with Rene Bertelsen – SH Defence

Rene had a 3am epiphany. He imagined module containers (cubes as he calls them) that could plug into Navy ships, essentially adapting the vessel for any type of service. That idea is now becoming reality. Learn how it’s poised to transform how we imagine the future of war ships and their capabilities.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Rene here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rene-bertelsen-95a72a47/

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#82 Making Waves with Richard Gravel – Thales

Former RCN Commanding Officer Richard Gravel talks transitioning to the private sector, new ships, and how the  impressive overall growth in the industry is presenting amazing opportunities for SMEs of all kinds to get on board.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Richard here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-gravel-a26ba44a/

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#81 Making Waves with Jeff Musson – Coding for Veterans

Jeff’s non-profit is helping our veterans transition from the military to the tech sector through re-skilling and up-skilling courses. This program offers exciting new opportunities for the 7-10,000 men and women in uniform who leave the military each year and creates a talent funnel to help occupy the 140,000 jobs projected to go unfilled in the IT sector.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Jeff here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/musson/

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#80 Making Waves with Colin Cooke – www.cmisa.ca

As Head of the CMISA, Colin doesn’t care who wins an industry bid as long as it is a Canadian company and it was a fair deal. Listen to how the sector is blazing new trails globally and the importance of ensuring that there is Canadian solutions for Canadian vessels right here in Canada.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Colin here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colin-cooke-208aa46/

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#79 Making Waves Emily Smits – Modest Tree

Providing digitalization tools to industries including aerospace, defense, automotive, and manufacturing, there’s nothing modest about this company’s recent rocket-like growth. Emily talks about creating immersive virtual environments, and the intersection of gaming and workforce skills training.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Emily here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/smitsemily/

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#78 Making Waves with Louise Mercier

Louise points out that while various players in the industry compete in some areas, in others we cooperate with, and depend on, one other. In short, we need each other to be successful, and to take full advantage of the opportunities ahead, especially when it comes to exporting.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Louise here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/louise-mercier-8042271a/

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#77 Making Waves with Rear-Admiral Gilles Couturier, Federal Fleet Services

From a strategic perspective (think protecting our Northern boundaries) to simply being able to meet demand for ships, Admiral Couturier clearly saw the opportunity for the Davie shipyard in Lévis, Quebec to be a major contender. Hear the Admiral’s examples of innovation at its best and his vision for how, as a nation, we can compete on – and export to – the global stage.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Gilles here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gilles-couturier-a7b31812b/

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#76 Making Waves with Joanna Davies – QinetiQ

Joanna is helping to set the roadmap for the future of collaboration between the UK and Canada, through cross-Atlantic skills training and by helping defence adjacent workers get into the game.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Joanna here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joanna-davies-863a401b/

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#75 Making Waves with Doug Currie, VP, Holland College

For an industry to thrive, it needs a steady pipeline of high-quality talent. That’s where PEI’s Holland College comes in with programming and degrees attuned to the needs of business and the future of work.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Doug here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/doug-w-currie-63760965/

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#74 Making Waves Randy Billard – Virtual Marine

A true Canadian SME success story, Virtual Marine is changing the face of maritime safety. The company’s simulators virtually train workers, from the oil and gas to the defense sector, for emergencies they could face in the harshest of conditions. Randy talks with the boys about the craftiness of Newfoundlanders (of which he is one) to solve problems, and the importance of collaborating with universities, and mentoring students.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Randy here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/randy-billard-00588b9/

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To message Gerry visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerrycarew/ 

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#73 Making Waves with Melanie Nadeau – COVE

From the Royal Canadian Navy to now being head of the COVE (Centre for Ocean Ventures & Entrepreneurship) right on Dartmouth’s waterfront, saltwater has always been in Melanie’s DNA. At the crossroads of innovation, business, and sustainability, COVE houses a cluster of ocean-tech companies (from start-ups to multinationals) ready to propel the blue economy forward.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Melanie here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/melaniecnadeau/

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# 72 Making Waves with With Allen Dillon, Sapper Labs Cyber Solutions

Al is making big waves by helping to drive cybersecurity to the top of the defense sector agenda. He talks about what’s keeping him up at night when it comes to digital security, and the critical need for academia, business, and government leaders to collectively rise to the challenge and get this country’s cyber agenda right.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

Connect with Allen here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allendillon/

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#71 Making Waves Carl Daniels – CarteNav

A veteran of the Canadian aerospace industry, Carl talks about the entrepreneurial spirit in Atlantic Canada, and promoting diversity in the sector, and critical role mentorship has played in his career.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

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#70 Making Waves with Karl Kenny – Kraken Robotics

For Fermeuse, Newfoundland-raised business legend Karl Kenny, the final frontier isn’t outer space, it’s what lies deep beneath our oceans. Driven by the opportunity of discovery, Karl talks about Kraken’s ‘overnight’ success which was 10 years in the making, and reveals his ‘three-I’ leadership mantra: Invent, Innovate, and Inspire.

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees.

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#69 Making Waves with Laurie Balan – Genoa Design International

Laurie talks about her road to becoming Genoa’s inaugural CTO, the company’s rapid growth trajectory, maintaining culture during a pandemic, and the sense of pride and energy she’s feeling in the Canadian shipbuilding industry.

Connect with Laurie here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauriebalan/

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees. This is one of those interviews.

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#68 Denise Goodyear – Intuitive Media

Denise Goodyear, the heart and soul of Intuitive Media, has spent more than 20 years helping clients to optimize their marketing strategies and budgets – no matter how much they have to spend – to achieve real results.

As President of Intuitive Media, Denise is happiest when meeting new people, building relationships, and helping businesses grow through marketing management, digital strategy, advertising, and training.

An award-winning marketer, Denise began her career in media sales, but developed a deeper passion for marketing and communications strategy, spending nearly a decade as a partner in a successful agency before branching out on her own. To build on her marketing education, Denise successfully completed the Digital & Social Media Program at Memorial University in 2019 and has nearly 20 years sales and marketing experience with various organizations and businesses throughout the province and the country.

She’s an active speaker on entrepreneurship and marketing, bridging the gap between education and industry, and working to provide the tools and knowledge owners and managers can put to work in their businesses.
When she’s not working, Denise is an active volunteer and mentor, lending her time and skills to organizations such as Futurpreneur Canada, CHBA-NL, NLCA, and others, in addition to NLOWE, where she currently sits as volunteer President.

Connect with Denise here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/denisegoodyear/

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#67 Jesse Stirling – NTV host

Jesse Stirling hosts the in-depth, long-form, weekly interview show, “Meetings with Remarkable People.” Former guests include world renowned quantum physicist Dr. Michio Kaku, Premiers Kathy Dunderdale & Danny Williams, actors Allan Hawco & Brent Butt, musicians Ron Hynes & Alan Doyle, comedians Andy Jones & Pete Soucy, television stars Sabrina Whyatt & Toni-Marie Wiseman, artists Alex Grey & Jean-Claude Roy, and authors Greg Malone & David Icke – just to name a few.

Connect with Jesse here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jesse-s-944766/

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#66 Amanda McCallum – Ignite Education Inc.

Amanda McCallum is owner and President with her business Ignite Education Inc. in St. John’s, NL. She is a geologist, prospector and educator with 20 years experience. Her primary areas of professional services include geoscience education and outreach, project management, public relations, STEM communications, geological heritage and geopark development.

Amanda’s had a progressive career leading international, national and regional projects, including serving as the past Chair of NL Mining Week, Chair/Founder NL Women in Mining Forum and author of the Women in Mining Career Connections Guide. She recently created the application dossier for Discovery UNESCO Global Geopark and led this international project to secure Newfoundland and Labrador’s first UNESCO Global Geopark designation.

Amanda has a Bachelor of Science (Geology) and a Bachelor of Education degree, both from Memorial University and a Masters Certificate in Project Management from Schulich School of Business, York University. Amanda is currently the Chair of Women in Resource Development Corporation (WRDC), President of the Canadian Geoscience Education Network (CGEN) and Outreach Director with the Canadian Federation of Earth Sciences (CFES).
Connect with Amanda here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/amandacmccallum/

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#65 Ashley Noseworthy – CEO Edgewise Environmental

Ashley holds an M.Sc in International Marine Environmental Consultancy from Newcastle University (UK), a B.Sc in Biology from Memorial University of Newfoundland, and a Masters Certificate in Project Management from York University. She has over a decade of global offshore experience working in a variety of environmental roles. ​Ashley has over 12 years experience working and volunteering in the areas of marine mammal husbandry, marine mammal physiology and cognition. ​ She is an experienced aviation, offshore and sea survival instructor as well as a qualified H2S Instructor. Ashley also has experience instructing and developing curricula at a university level. She currently sits on the Board of Directors for the Newfoundland and Labrador Environmental Industry Association (now known as Econext https://econext.ca/) and the Executive Committee for the Marine Mammal Observer Association (MMOA). Ashley founded https://www.edgewiseenvironmental.com/ as a marine environmental consultancy on the need for formalized training for Marine Mammal Observers who are working within Canadian jurisdiction. This no longer just extends to the oil and gas industry operations, but across all marine sectors in which we, as Canadians, create noise that could potentially be harmful to our marine fauna. We are of the belief that Canadian marine environmental training and qualifications (such as MMO) should be standardized, as they are in the UK and Gulf of Mexico.

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#64 Tom Powell – Pizza Express Ltd.

Tom Powell joins us to discuss his journey into the pizza business. Tom started Pizza Express around 2004 and has employed over 30 people in that time. When asked to give a piece of advice Tom said “just buy the Gum Ball machine!” You will have to watch this episode to understand what he means.

#GaleForceWins has new episodes every Tuesday evening on Youtube and audio wherever you get your podcasts.

This is an episode on a Monday to celebrate our 1st anniversary.

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#63 HMCS Windsor

In this episode #GaleForceWins interviews the Coxswain of HMCS Windsor Jason Thompson followed by PO2 Marcus Hibbert who is the senior Sonar Technician. We then chat with the Executive Officer Lt. Jay Finlayson and finally the Commanding Officer, CDR. Drew Matheson. We were on location on a barge just across from the sub itself and if you visit our Youtube Channel you will see the footage of the interviews.

In the background the other star of the show is HMCS Windsor itself.

HMCS Windsor (877) / Victoria-class submarine

The former HMS Unicorn was laid up by the Royal Navy in October 1994. She was accepted by Canada and named Windsor on July 5, 2001, and sailed from Faslane on October 8 to arrive in Halifax on October 19, 2001. Her training program in 2002 was interrupted on March 28 by what proved to be a minor flooding while submerged, but the extent of required repairs led to the decision to begin her Canadianization Work Period early. During the course of this refit she was commissioned in Halifax on October 4, 2003. She returned to sea on April 5, 2004, and for the remainder of the year conducted trials and training exercises.

In June 2005, Windsor commenced the first operational cycle for her class, lasting through December 2006. In this period, she participated in a number of international exercises, including the successful tracking of a United States Navy nuclear-powered attack submarine and assisting in the work-ups of a USN carrier battle group. In Canadian waters, Windsor participated in the first-ever parachute rendezvous at sea practiced with Canada’s Patrol Pathfinders (Canadian Army paratroopers), and also conducted several sovereignty patrols off the east coast for intelligence-gathering, surveillance and reconnaissance.

Windsor entered an Extended Docking Work Period (EDWP) at the Fleet Maintenance Facility Cape Scott in Halifax on January 15, 2007, which was completed on November 30, 2012. In the ensuing operational cycle, Windsor spent a total of 174 days at sea before being docked in March 2014 to repair a defective diesel generator.


#GaleForceWins New episodes every Tuesday evening on Youtube or wherever you get your podcasts.

New episodes every Tuesday evening on Youtube or wherever you get your podcasts.

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To message Gerry visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerrycarew/ 

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#62 Rear-Admiral Santarpia

#GaleForceWins was in invited by https://genoadesign.com/ to attend http://defsecatlantic.ca/ to interview a selection of attendees. In episode #62 we interview the most senior sailor in The Royal Canadian Navy. Rear-Admiral Santarpia enrolled in the Canadian Forces Officer Candidate Training Plan as a Maritime Surface Officer in 1986. His operational postings on both the East and West Coasts of Canada included Navigating Officer of Her Majesty’s Canadian Ships (HMCS) Cormorant and Vancouver, Combat Officer of HMCS Huron, Executive Officer of HMC Ships Chaleur and Halifax, and Commanding Officer of HMCS St. John’s. He was Navigation Instructor at the Naval Officer Training Centre, Head of the Warfare Training Division at Canadian Forces Fleet School (Esquimalt), Operations Officer at Sea Training Pacific, and Commanding Officer of Sea Training Atlantic. Following his promotion to Captain (Navy) in 2009, he was appointed as a Special Advisor to the Vice Chief of Defence Staff. In 2010, he was appointed Base Commander of CFB Halifax until his departure to attend the National Security Program in 2012. Promoted to Commodore in July 2013, he was appointed Director General Naval Personnel. He led the transformation of that organization and assumed the duties of the first Director General Navy Strategic Readiness in April 2014. From December 2014 to April 2015, then Cmdre Santarpia deployed to Bahrain to command Combined Task Force 150, a multinational group of ships and aircraft conducting counter-terrorism operations. Upon his return to Canada, he was appointed as Chief of Staff to the Vice Chief of Defence Staff, and later appointed Director General Plans at the Strategic Joint Staff in July 2016. In May 2018, he joined the Canadian Joint Operations Command as the Chief of Staff. It has been our pleasure and privilege to spend time with the Navy’s Commander Maritime Forces Atlantic.

New episodes every Tuesday evening on Youtube or wherever you get your podcasts.

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#61 HMCS Margaret Brooke

#GaleForceWins interviews the Commanding officer , Nicole Robichaud and the operations officer Natalia Borszczow of HMCS Margaret Brooke from the bridge of the ship in Halifax harbour. Two inspiring women leaders in charge of one of Canada’s newest RCN ships.

New episodes every Tuesday evening on Youtube or wherever you get your podcasts.

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To message Gerry visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerrycarew/

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#60 HMCS Toronto “Talking to Sailors” part 2 of 2

In this exclusive trip #GaleForceWins sails aboard HMCS Toronto from St. John’s to Halifax and records conversations with sailors from all parts of the ship. This is an exciting look inside HMCS Toronto and the conversations with the people that make the ship work. This is part 2 of 2.

New episodes every Tuesday evening on Youtube or wherever you get your podcasts. You can also visit https://galeforcewins.com/

To message Gerry visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerrycarew/

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#59 HMCS Toronto “Talking to Sailors” part 1 of 2

In this exclusive trip #GaleForceWins sails aboard HMCS Toronto from St. John’s to Halifax and records conversations with sailors from all parts of the ship. This is an exciting look inside HMCS Toronto and the conversations with the people that make the ship work.

This is part 1 of 2.

New episodes every Tuesday evening on Youtube or wherever you get your podcasts.

You can also visit https://galeforcewins.com/

To message Gerry visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/gerrycarew/

To message Allan visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/allanadale/

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#58 Scott Giannou

Scott Giannou

Scott is a self-made entrepreneur who has grown diverse businesses from the ground up or from acquisitions in varying industries including beverage alcohol, motorsports promotion and most recently human resources.  Scott is a visionary and started his first business thirty years ago as a food broker and became a best-in-class leader in the beverage alcohol industry. Scott has expanded his passion for people into the Human Resources space with the start-up and expansion of Jump Recruitment Specialists and the acquisition of Higher Talent, an HR consulting and executive search firm. Both companies are emerging industry leaders boasting a top-tier client list from across North America.  Scott is active in the community and contributes through charitable and volunteer interests. A personal commitment to sport and youth has taken Scott on a leadership journey as a volunteer with Junior Achievement and long-time minor hockey coach. Some charitable affiliations include President of Canadian Progress Club St. John’s, Chairman of YMCA Newfoundland & Labrador, Chairman of Gold Medal Plates St. John’s and Co Chairman of Canada’s Great Kitchen Party. Most recently, Scott has become a director with Young Adult Cancer Canada (YACC). Through these endeavours, he lives the philosophy of giving back to the community through sport, outreach, and fostering youth achievement.

Connect with Scott on LinkedIn

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#57 Dr. Judit Lovas

Judit was born in Hungary, living her early childhood behind the ‘Iron Curtain’ taught her to be resourceful and overcome unique challenges. Regardless of her circumstances, she has always wanted to achieve more than what seemed to be attainable. After high school, she was laser focused on completing a doctorate degree in law. When she achieved that, she was determined to become the best lawyer in town. Her theory of success comprised of having a loving husband, two beautiful daughters and running a law firm. By the age of 28, she achieved this dream. Then, she felt ready for new challenges and more exciting goals. That’s when she and her husband decided to uproot their family and start a new life in Canada, St. John’s to be exact.

But there is so much more to this story and the episode reveals the rest.

To visit Judit’s website go here: https://juditlovas.com/

To connect with Judit go here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drjuditlovas/

#GaleForceWins new episodes every Tuesday evening.

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#56 Sheldon Payne

Sheldon has been providing Small, Medium and Fortune 100 companies forward thinking digital marketing campaigns for over 18 years. Prior to starting https://www.newfoundmarketing.ca/ Sheldon was the Digital Marketing Director for M5 Communications and has spent time in Montreal and London where he planned and delivered sound Digital Marketing strategies to Fortune 100 clients Hewlett Packard and Chevrolet Europe as part of their overall search marketing strategy. To find out more about Sheldon visit: https://www.sheldonpayne.com/ To use Sheldon’s hockey analogy if you are interested in trading in your old “goalie” for a new one visit https://www.newfoundmarketing.ca/ and they will start with the website and move on to maximizing your online social and paid presence.

New episodes on https://galeforcewins.com/ every Tuesday evening.

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Making Waves with Victoria Belbin

The head of the Atlantic Canada Aerospace and Defence Association (DEFSEC Atlantic’s presenting partner) talks about the exciting advances and opportunities ahead on land, ocean, and air. Business is coming and knocking on Atlantic Canada’s door!

To learn more about Atlantic Canada Aerospace and Defence Association visit:

https://ac-ada.ca/

To connect with Victoria Belbin visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoria-belbin-icd-d-11a1923b/

Thanks to https://genoadesign.com/ for spearheading this “Making Waves’ “Gale Force Wins” collaboration.

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#55 Jeff LeDrew

Jeff LeDrew founded Jumping Bean Coffee as a full service coffee roaster, grocery wholesaler, and cafe system. They import the finest single origin and blends from around the world and roast them with a unique ECO2Roast process at their facility in Atlantic Canada. Their coffees are shipped out across around Eastern Canada, from the Maritimes to Ontario, at major and independent grocery retailers such as Sobeys, Costco, Loblaws, and Walmart. Also available as 100% compostable Keurig-compatible single serve pods. Their cafe network includes 10 locations in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. Jeff was always a coffee lover and connoisseur. He has an extensive educational and professional background in engineering. As a Rotarian, what started as a hobby to roast and brew the perfect cup of coffee quickly turned into a successful fundraising initiative. Jeff roasted and packaged all of the coffee at home using a crimping iron as a heat sealant. A business idea was born and he now runs a successful line of cafés and has a commanding retail presence. He has remained committed to the “Service Before Self” mantra coveted in his early days with Rotary and continues to support his local community through various charitable endeavours. You can still find Jeff doing everything from deliveries, fixing Espresso machines, re-engineering the roasting process and always thinking, creating and inventing new ways for Jumping Bean to remain fresh and relevant.

We are pleased to have him join us on http://www.GaleForceWins.com where there are new episodes uploaded every Tuesday evening. #GaleForceWins

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#54 William Malone

William C. Malone was born in the central Newfoundland town of Buchans. He spent his formative years in Mount Pearl and upon graduation from high school he attended St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia graduating in 1987 with a Bachelor of Business Administration Degree. In 1988 he joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and served in the provinces of New Brunswick, Ontario and in Newfoundland and Labrador before retiring in January of 2015. During his tenure in the RCMP, he worked in the areas of Organized Crime, National Security, Proceeds of Crime, Counter-terrorism and International Peacekeeping. On several occasions, he also represented Canada as a law enforcement expert with the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the Asia Pacific Group (APG), the Caribbean Financial Action Task Force (CFATF) and the World Bank (WB). Throughout his career in policing he received a number of honours and recognition, including; Operational Service Medal Expedition – Africa, RCMP 25 Year Long Service Medal, Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal, Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, Operational Service Medal SW Asia – Afghanistan, UN Mission in Haiti and the Canadian Peacekeeping Service Medal. In April of 2016 after a long career in policing, he began work with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) as an anti-money laundering (AML) expert to help mentor and train law enforcement and judicial authorities in Southern Africa to combat wildlife crime on the African continent. In 2018 after two years with the UNODC, Mr. Malone began working with Verafin as an Anti-money Laundering / Financial Crime Industry Expert. He is also the author of “Cops in Kabul – A Newfoundland Peacekeeper in Afghanistan” (Flanker Press 2018). He is married to Nola Noseworthy, and they live in the city of St. John’s with their four daughters.

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#53 Maria French

Maria French

Maria French is the Founder and President, of Terra Nova Solutions. She is well-known and regarded in the health information management field, having served nine years as an elected Director of the Clinical Documentation Industry Association (CDIA). Gender equality and women empowerment are the very core of her principles. She is a member of the Women’s Executive Network (WXN), Women Presidents Organization (WPO), and is a SheEO activator. As one of the first women to join Rotary in 1990, she served for 25 years and was awarded a Paul Harris Fellow for her contributions to community. She has been a guest speaker at regional, national, and international health industry and business women’s conferences, most recently speaking at the 2020 Women Economic Forum in Cairo, Egypt. Maria holds an Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) designation, completing the Directors Education Program at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. She is currently enrolled in the Executive Leadership Program at Harvard Business School.

In 2018 she was featured in Forbes, yes you read that correctly. Not bad for a local girl. Maria is a role model to all young ladies in Newfoundland and Labrador and beyond and we are so pleased to feature her on #GaleForceWins .

Click to read that article here.

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#52 Gill Whelan

Gill Whelan has been coaching for 25 years. Her work in coaching clients in the fitness and wellness realm first began about 11 years ago. She studied under and trained with experts in fitness, health, nutrition, mindset and overall wellness, all over the world. Whelan Wellness Virtual Bootcamp is an online wellness-focused program, with a comprehensive 360-degree approach to wellness, based on Gill Whelan’s unique 4-Pillar system for success. Ladies and gentlemen this chat will make you want to leap off your couch and get moving! http://www.GaleForceWins.com new episodes every Tuesday evening.

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#51 Heather Morrison

Dr. Heather Morrison was appointed Chief Health Officer for PEI in July 2007. As PEI’s first female Rhodes Scholar, she completed both a Master’s and Doctorate degree at University of Oxford in Comparative Social Research and Social Policy with a thesis dissertation in health policy decision-making. Dr. Morrison returned to Canada for her medicine training, completing her MD at Dalhousie University, followed by residency training in Community Medicine at the University of Toronto. Dr. Morrison has served in a variety of leadership roles including Chair of the Canadian Council of Chief Medical Officers of Health, PEI’s representative on the Public Health Network Council of Canada, and PEI’s representative on the national Special Advisory Committee in H1N1 and on Epidemic of opioid overdoses. She has served as Co-Chair of the Opioid Action Plan for PEI, Co-Chair of the Ebola response for PEI, Chair of the Provincial infection and prevention control Committee, to list a few. Dr. Morrison also served as acting DM of Health and Wellness PEI for a number of months in 2017. In 2016 she was recognized as UPEI’s alumna of the Year. In addition to her full-time role as PEI’s CPHO, Dr. Morrison has enjoyed continuing to practice emergency medicine here in Charlottetown. And most of all, she relishes the joy that comes with balancing her work with a passion for spending time with her husband and 4 young children!

http://www.GaleForceWins.com new episodes every Tuesday evening.

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#50 Larry Pittman

Larry Pittman was the CEO/Airport Manager at 5-Wing Goose Bay Airport on September 11th, 2001. Goose Bay Airport had to make quick, tactical decisions to house and accommodate 1000 stranded passengers in their time of need. Larry shares some of the behind the scenes that went into that decision making process. Larry is very proud to have served his country, as a uniformed military officer at the military base in Goose Bay, Labrador, Canada for a three year posting in the early 1990’s. On the 20th anniversary of September 11th, 2001 we have shared some passenger stories on our Gale Force Wins platform and we wanted to bring a behind the scenes leader who on that day and subsequent weeks, stepped up to fill the urgent need.

http://www.GaleForceWins.com new episodes every Tuesday evening.

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#49 Elias Kanaris

Elias Kanaris is an author, professional keynote speaker, executive coach, leadership trainer, and entrepreneur. He has been a regular keynote presenter and he has frequently spoken to audiences in the I.T., telecommunications, insurance, financial services, real estate, and education sectors across thirteen countries on four continents. Since the early 1980s, Elias has been using humour and energy to deliver great learning experiences to his audiences. Elias was the President with the Global Speakers Federation (2018-2019) and the President of the Professional Speakers Association of New Zealand (2015-2017). He is also a Founding Partner of the John Maxwell Team (where he served on the President’s Advisory Council). Elias was born in North Africa, was educated in the UK, and now lives in Murrays Bay in Auckland with his wife of 22 years and two of his four children. He has authored three books. His latest book, ‘Leading From The Stop: Positive influence and heartfelt resilience in times of adversity’ is about the leadership lessons learned from the people of Newfoundland, Canada in the aftermath of 9/11. Elias Kanaris offers an insider’s view of what happened on 9/11 when the plane he was flying on was diverted, alongside another 37 planes, to Gander International Airport due to the terrorist acts in NYC and DC. What the passengers expected was going to be a short layover, turned into five days as they were hosted by the Salvation Army in Newfoundland, Canada.

To learn more about Elias and possibly purchase his new book “Leading From The Stop” visit http://www.eliaskanaris.com

This episode is a bonus Thursday episode in honour of the 20th anniversary of that fateful day and tribute to how compassion and kindness make a difference.

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#48 Kevin Tuerff

payitforward911.org

In honour of the 20th anniversary of September 11th, 2001 and in tribute to how compassion and kindness make a difference we speak with Kevin Tuerff who ended up in Gander during 9/11 and has gone on to Pay It Forward every day of his life. .

Kevin Tuerff’s experience as a 9/11 stranded airline passenger in Canada inspired him to develop Pay it Forward 9/11 in 2002, and it has been growing each year. Today he serves as founder and volunteer president of Pay it Forward 9/11, Inc. His 9/11 story is one of the true stories inspiring the Tony-Award winning Broadway musical Come From Away. The character ‘Kevin T’ is referred to as the compassionate “gay lumberjack” in the show and this Pay it Forward 9/11 effort is mentioned in the script of the musical. He is a featured cast member in three related documentaries (HBO Canada, CBC and Fox). In 2018, House of Anansi Press published his memoir (paperback, ebook and audiobook), Channel of Peace: Stranded in Gander on 9/11. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of the books is donated to nonprofit organizations helping refugees.

For more information on Kevin’s book visit http://www.channelofpeacebook.com.

For more information on Kevin’s charitable Pay It Forward 9/11 initiative visit http://www.payitforward911.org

Join us on http://www.GaleForceWins.com as two Newfoundlanders explore Kevin’s amazing journey.

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#47 Dave Jeenes

Born in a small town in the Rhondda Valleys of South Wales. At the young age of 16 he joined the British Army where he completed a 22 Year distinguished career, seeing service all over the Globe including Operational Service in Northern Ireland, Eastern Europe, Africa, The Middle East, Iraq and Afghanistan before retiring in December 2013. He moved to Newfoundland in 2013 and fell in love with the land and the people. He has been coaching and mentoring in one form or another for over 25 years. Whether it be training troops to deal with the physical and mental demands of Operations, or encouraging a positive environment for soldiers and families in a peacetime but often stressful surrounding. His passion is helping others achieve their physical and mental best through fitness and movement in a positive setting and created http://www.jeenesfit.com to achieve that mission. Join us for another wonderful exploration of the journey that continues to unfold now in St. John’s. New episodes every Tuesday on http://www.GaleForceWins.com

Building Newfoundland & Labrador Podcast – Episode 3

In our third episode, we hear from a group of professionals each with their own unique journey into the world of construction to find out how they got to where they are today and what motivated them to do so.

Guests:

Rod Ackerman, https://www.linkedin.com/in/rod-ackerman-1b045438/

Gina Tapper, https://www.linkedin.com/in/ginatapper/

Max Day, https://www.linkedin.com/in/max-day-p-eng-106b9289/

and Craig Drover, https://www.linkedin.com/in/craig-drover-47072a72/

To see other episodes in this series visit: https://nlca.ca/resources/building-newfoundland-labrador-podcast/

The https://nlca.ca/ was founded in 1968 to serve as the “Voice of the Provincial Construction Industry”. We provide a forum through which members can discuss and resolve matters of common interest. Our goal is to coordinate and develop policies and programs that will enhance the professionalism, productivity, and profitability of members.

The Newfoundland and Labrador Construction Association is proud to bring to you in-depth conversations with the industry’s finest! In collaboration with https://galeforcewins.com/, we set out to interview experienced and involved members of the Newfoundland and Labrador commercial construction industry to get their perspective on their careers, their passions, and their motivations for pursuing them.

Building Newfoundland & Labrador Podcast – Episode 2

In our second episode, we hear from a group of professionals each with their own unique journey into the world of construction to find out how they got to where they are today and what motivated them to do so.

Guests:

David Cahill, https://www.linkedin.com/in/david-cahill-p-eng-6987431b7/

Richard Gosse, https://www.linkedin.com/in/richard-gosse-93537382/

Holly Hicks, https://www.linkedin.com/in/holly-hicks-17461643/ and

Matthew Mallam, https://www.linkedin.com/in/matthew-mallam-p-eng-158273a2/

To see other episodes in this series visit: https://nlca.ca/resources/building-newfoundland-labrador-podcast/

The https://nlca.ca/ was founded in 1968 to serve as the “Voice of the Provincial Construction Industry”. We provide a forum through which members can discuss and resolve matters of common interest. Our goal is to coordinate and develop policies and programs that will enhance the professionalism, productivity, and profitability of members. The Newfoundland and Labrador Construction Association is proud to bring to you in-depth conversations with the industry’s finest! In collaboration with https://galeforcewins.com/, we set out to interview experienced and involved members of the Newfoundland and Labrador commercial construction industry to get their perspective on their careers, their passions, and their motivations for pursuing them.

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