It’s all about potential for Jennifer Botterill. One of Canada’s most successful athletes, Jennifer is the president of two companies, a peak performance coach, and a keynote speaker who can run corporate retreats for professional development.
People know her best for her Olympic accomplishments. She spent 14 years on the Canadian Women’s Hockey Team and attended four Olympic Games. She has three gold medals and a silver medal to her credit and is a five-time World Champion. She was named most valuable player at the World Championship tournaments twice.
Yet, Jennifer has other accomplishments. She completed her degree with honours at Harvard University, where she played hockey and was team captain and works as a broadcaster for Hockey Night in Canada. Her television experience includes TSN, MSG Networks, Sportsnet and CBC. She also worked for NBC as an in-studio analyst for its historic first all-women’s broadcast team.
Her sports and professional role opened up opportunities in development and mentorships. Jennifer is an ambassador for Right to Play, worked for projects with the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) as well as working with many charities such as Children’s Wish Foundation, the Hockey Canada Foundation and the Canadian Cancer Society.
Jennifer can provide a powerful impact as a dynamic speaker. She is sincere and authentic while providing meaningful and entertaining content. The things she talks about can be applied by those in the audience immediately. Her speeches are insightful, encouraging and thought-provoking as she strives to teach everyone how to reach their full potential.