Cassie Campbell - Keynote Speaker @CassieCampbell
Cassie Campbell won 21 medals with Canada’s National Women’s teams, including 17 gold medals and four silver medals.
Two Olympic gold medals (2002- Salt Lake City and 2006 – Turin, Italy), and one Olympic silver medal (1998 – Nagano, Japan). A six-time World Champion gold medallist (1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2004), Cassie Campbell is the only captain, male or female, to lead Canada to two Olympic gold medals. When Cassie Campbell was dressed for Team Canada, her team had a 129-26-2 record.
Cassie Campbell was Captain of Canada’s National Women’s Team from 2001 to her retirement in 2006, which made her the longest serving captain in Canadian hockey history. Cassie Campbell was an alternate captain with Canada's National Women’s Team from 1997-2001, receiving this honor just prior to her second World Championship appearance. In 157 career games with Team Canada, Cassie Campbell had 32 goals, 68 assists, 100 points, 66 penalty minutes. (Four of her career goals were short-handed and three were game winning goals).
Cassie Campbell's 100 points rank her 8th all-time with Team Canada’s National Women’s program: 157 games played ranks 5th all-time 32 goals ranks 9th all-time 68 assists ranks 6th all-time 66 penalty minutes ranks10th all-time From 1994 through 1998, Cassie Campbell played as a defenceman with Canada’s National Women’s Team, and was named to 1997 IIHF World Women’s Championship All-Star Team as a defenceman. Cassie Campbell switched to forward prior to the 1999 World Championship.
9:15am - 10:30am (Keynote - Shuswap/Pennask/Skeena Room)
7 Steps to Consistent Leadership
Cassie Campbell-Pascall draws on her accomplishments as the only captain, male or female, to captain two Gold Medal winning Canadian Olympic Women’s Hockey Teams, to explore the themes of consistent leadership, teamwork, motivation, and determination. A lively, passionate, and engaging speaker, she knows firsthand about the key roles that teamwork, determination, and great leadership play at the most challenging times. She also focuses on breaking down barriers in a male dominated world of NHL Broadcasting.