Margaret-Ann Blaney

Margaret-Ann Blaney
B.S.W, C.E.C

I know what it’s like to feel like something isn’t possible and then make it happen anyway. I know from personal experience that the impossible is possible.

Margaret-Ann is a seasoned moderator and mentor and more recently, a certified coach – a natural extension for someone with a focus and passion for helping professional women.

Margaret-Ann has a unique and extensive background as a business executive, a Cabinet Minister, a Deputy Minister, a CEO and a journalist. She is an extraordinary leader, communicator and collaborator. She has built countless teams and helped develop many leaders throughout her career.

Margaret-Ann is a graduate of Memorial University in Newfoundland with a B.S.W. and post graduate studies and is a graduate of Royal Roads University with a Certificate in Executive Coaching.

Margaret-Ann has been extensively involved in her community and has received several awards for her work with women and children. Most notably, she received the National Muriel McQueen Ferguson Award for her work on behalf of victims of family violence. She has served as Honorary Chair of First Steps Housing, 2006 NB CIBC Run for the Cure and the Greater Saint John Community Loans Fund.