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Lea Ann Mallett is a wild woman, activist, writer, speaker and coach who believes fiercely that we all are changing the world, every day. Her greatest desire is to make the world a better place by demonstrating to everyone that our everyday choices DO change the world. In her activism she has travelled from direct action wilderness activist to nonprofit leader, from sitting in an ancient cedar for three days to protest clear-cut logging to leading forest protests to creating thriving nonprofits. She now inspires mission-driven leaders to greater impact as a leadership coach, is creating a new vision for activism, and she creates photo-essays of life, love and connection in her blog “Becoming Undomesticated”.

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Lea Ann speaks on how all of us are changing the world, every day, through "The Beauty and Power of Small Actions" and also shares her new vision for activism.

She also is deeply committed to her vision of revolutionizing the non-profit activist sector to nourish and support inspired leaders and speaks to that in "Lessons from the Lorax".

Lea Ann also speaks to new story leadership fueled by love, respect and creativity in "Inspired Leadership".

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Lea Ann is an fierce, funny, passionate and down to earth speaker who connects with audiences large and small. She is eminently qualified to talk about these topics, having experienced the entire spectrum of activism and mission-driven leadership, from direct action wilderness activist to nonprofit Executive Director. Her activist work includes sitting in a tree for three days in Clayoquot Sound to protest ancient forest clearcut logging, leading forest protests in Temagami to protect wilderness there, and organizing urban protests to raise the alarm on key issues. Her journey also embraces an Honours Bachelor of Science in Physiology and Psychology and a Bachelor of Education in Chemistry and Biology, along with extensive skill building in leadership, coaching and innovative organizational management.

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