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Award-winning writer, Alison Garwood-Jones, is a dynamic speaker and instructor.

Her featured keynotes include:

• "Grief at the Office: Work Goes On, But How Do You?" -
Changing how organizations respond to a grieving workforce.

This talk is a spinoff from her graphic novel,
I Miss My Mommy:150 Portraits of Orphaned Adults
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I Miss My Mommy: 150 Portraits of Orphaned Adults by Alison Garwood-Jones

Past speaking engagements have included:

OpenText
PodCamp Toronto
Professional Writers Association of Canada
The Ontario Colleges Higher Education Summit
ACT Government, Australian Economic Development
IABC Toronto's PIC (Professional Independent Communicators)
Canadian Media Guild Bishop's University (Morris House Reading Series)
The University of Toronto's School of Continuing Studies Knowledge Hub

  

Alison Garwood-Jones teaching an art class 

Alison's online and in-person art classes include:

• "Inking Your Grief: Embracing Loss Through Making Art."
 

This online drawing class was for alumni of Toronto's Rotman School of Management
at the University of Toronto was designed to get them to relax during the worst of the pandemic.

Teaching Art at Rotman

 

Complete this form to let Alison know how you would like to work with her. 

Talks start at $3500 (travel additional)
Art classes start at $500 (travel and supplies additional)