Elizabeth Jean Olivia Gagnon
AKA Miss Liz
Elizabeth Jean Olivia Gagnon, is an established Best Selling International CoAuthor, International Keynote Speaker, Founder/Creator of Miss Liz Teatime and Parties, Global Peace Challenge 2020 Ambassador for Canada Former International Secretary of Human Rights and Social Justice Federation, Former Director Rape Violence Atrocities Against Women AHRI, International Rotary Club for Great Britain and Ireland Member for Peace Envoy and Chairman for Gender Equality, Ambassador for Commonwealth Entrepreneurs Club, Radio Host, Podcast Host, Advocate and Change Maker for mental health, abuse, grief and peace for humanity.
She is the Founder/Creator of Miss Liz’s Tea Parties/Teatimes and Host of Teatime with Miss Liz Making a Difference One Cup at a Time. She is a survivor of extreme abuse and a flower toward humanity. As she makes big changes in the world by creating magical events where people come together to share their stories of trauma and triumph, still she pushes through the pain. She is also the Founder/Creator of the “TeaBag Story Award.”
She was a keynote speaker at Shawn Fair Leadership Tour in September 2021 in Detroit, Troy Michigan, USA. She has been featured on over 200 news channel platforms around the globe. She was also featured in the Keynote Magazine. She has received numerous awards, equating to a humanitarian award in Canada, as well as in many different countries around the world.
Since 2015, these events have grown exponentially and raised over $5000 for Women's Transition Houses, Sexual Abuse Services, Bereaved Families Services and many others she believes in. She also hosts an annual Christmas Open House for single moms, their children, and the homeless. She served with Bereaved Families of Cornwall Ontario, and is a member of the (CANAA) "Community Action Network Against Abuse." She was a Sacred Hearts Rising Leader For Change in Cornwall until creative differences spun her another way. She was finding her way. In 2019, she became the Director Chapter Leader for "Sacred Hearts Rising Leaders for Change Cornwall Ontario" where she hosted events of storytelling, inspiration, spreading awareness and sharing personal hardships. She was awarded "The Small Business Person of the year 2018 for Cornwall Ontario" on "Alignable" and is the awardee for the 2020-21-22"Small Business Person Award of the year."
In 2020, she became the "International Secretary of the Human Rights and Social Justice Federation" alongside four inspiring change-making men from across the world. In October 2020, she received "The Honorary Doctorate Award for Human Rights" from the "United Nobles Rescue Services." She was featured in "The Big Edition Magazine" at 1103 Columbia St, Kamloops, British Columbia V2C2W for her Miss Liz’s Tea Parties and the work she does for others.
She is a Co-Author in "Sacred Hearts Rising Analogy" Books 1-2-3 working on book 4. Book #1 - Sacred Hearts Rising "Breaking the Silence" *The Broken Porcelain Doll*- #1 Bestseller International Book #2 Sacred Hearts Rising "Finding your Wings" *Shining Through Double Grief*- #1 best seller in Canada Book #3 Sacred Hearts Rising "Spark Of Light" The Hidden Gem She was featured in "Canada 150 Stories" online book for overcoming disabilities and transitioning back in the workplace. She was featured on the "Full Circle Cogeco" TV Program for "Inspiring Women of Cornwall Ontario." She was featured on "Mental Health Matters Cogeco" TV Cornwall, as a guest speaker educating the public on how to get socially involved within their own respective communities. In 2019, she was awarded "The Sisterhood Award" from Sacred Hearts Rising. In 2011, she was recognized as a living example of overcoming severe trauma when presented with the "Hope and Resilience Award" from CMHA. She is the Co-Host of a social platform titled: "The Truth Hurts" with "The Music Intelligence Director, Hip Hop Poet, Audio Engineer & Master Composer, Shadow God. This platform is intense, blunt and emotionally whimsical.
She is a Co-Author of "Unstoppable Gems" compiled by Charlotte Howard and is a keynote speaker inspiring others to stay strong and to transmogrify their pain by refocusing on positive changes, which also became a Best Seller Internationally. She was nominated for "The Global Peace Ambassador Challenge 2020" for Canada, to represent her country through global peace She is a strong advocate for change, and is committed to breaking the modern stigma involving abuse, grief and mental anguish. Learn more about Elizabeth at the following links below and her linktree: https://linktr.ee/Misslizsteatime https://youtu.be/tChZsQTiNfw