Kathleen May is a writer, speaker, and activist.
Having begun as a volunteer, she is a crisis counsellor at a women’s shelter. Kathleen’s keynote address on Survivor Resiliency has been well received by agencies and those with lived experience alike.
Kathleen wrote a column for Doppler Online on subjects like environmentalism, addiction and mental health, indigenous sovereignty, and the strides still needed for a just world for women.
Kathleen is a 2018 YWCA Woman of Distinction and also received the Best Author award for her 2018 manuscript submission at the Muskoka Novel Marathon.
Kathleen finds joy in nature as a solo hiker, and in writing, where she weaves stories of complex female characters in worlds both real and imaginary.
Her current project is a sustainable women’s land co-operative in Muskoka. To support this, follow her tiny home journey.
Hi Kathleen! This bio – keynote intro is fantastic! I just got home and will look at your email in the am but thanks for getting that done ✅ xo N
Nancy Osborne, CD I GOT THIS “Unlock Your Instincts” 1 (844) 301-4000 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org http://nancyosborne.ca http://www.igotthis.space
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Thank you, Nancy!
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