When I listened to Betty-Ann’s speech and participated in her workshop at the NCWie conference, something just clicked for me and I can now say with confidence, that one of the keys to my success thus far is that I’ve been able to adjust my femininity and masculinity to work in my favor in different situations. I really wish everyone could think in this manner so that we can start to break down the hidden gender biases.
I had the pleasure of attending a seminar led by Betty-Ann during the Women’s International Networking (WIN) conference in Rome. Hers was the first seminar I attended, and she set a very high standard. Her material was fresh and interesting and the seminar had just the right mix of group interaction. She is an engaging presenter and I look forward to hearing her speak again in the future.
Betty-Ann was one of the finest speakers MANTALKS Toronto has ever hosted. Her style is genuine and seamlessly maneuvers between personal stories, research and tips to gradually unfold her agenda. Her energy, ideas, approachable demeanor and impressive business and philanthropic acumen make Betty-Ann someone worth listening to!
On paper, Betty-Ann Heggie is an exceptional individual with more accolades than Clint Eastwood’s film career. In person though is where she truly shines and the magic happens. Her oratory prowess is remarkable and it was a delight to have worked with Betty-Ann in delivering the Gender Energy Leadership Advantage workshop to City of Hamilton staff. I truly hope I am able to collaborate with her again in the future.
Betty-Ann Heggie embodies the definition of mentorship – she’s a person who wins with integrity. She is a passionate leader to people in all facets of their lives.
There are few women who really demonstrate day in and day out the drive and passion to help women be the absolute best they can be. Betty-Ann is simply the best and a person who genuinely cares about the progression of women. I found her inspiring, her enthusiasm contagious and after listening to hear speak I left feeling not only empowered but also believing we all have the ability to make a difference. Thank you Betty-Ann for caring.