The 2021 Conference Committee is building a list of informative and exciting speakers.  Check below for individuals who will widen your horizon and provide more insight into your Rotary family.
Among them so far are Family and ER physician Dr. Paul Dhillon; Métis Canadian Cultural Mediator, Rotary Positive Peace Activator Lorelei Higgins; multi-talented and award-winning actor Neal McDonough; and mediator, architect and entrepreneur Scott R. Martin.
Dr. Paul Dhillon is co-founder of The Review Course in Family Medicine and a Family Medicine/ER Physician in British Columbia. He has been recognized on multiple occasions by the College of Family Physicians of Canada, and the Canadian Medical Association for his leadership and educational endeavours. A passionate educator he teaches across the country and is the author of multiple books.
Lorelei Higgins is a Métis Canadian Cultural Mediator, Rotary Positive Peace Activator and a Governor General’s Canadian Leadership Program alumna. She has worked on community-based projects both locally and internationally with government agencies and the non-profit sector. These projects have been centered on peace and conflict transformation, with a focus on Indigenous human rights. Lorelei has worked extensively in Africa, Asia, Europe, North America and South America.
Multi-talented and award-winning actor Neal McDonough can be seen in a multitude of stellar productions in 2019. In addition to just wrapping his second season on Project Blue Book, he also gave a lightning rod performance in Paramount Networks' Yellowstone opposite Kevin Costner.
He can also soon be seen in his second season of Van Helsing as well as the Netflix hit series, Altered Carbon and as Sean Cahill in the final season of the USA hit TV series, Suits.

As a Landscape Architect, Scott R. Martin led large projects domestically and around the world, including Dubai and India. A love of travel and languages has guided him to live/ explore more than 70 countries and sparked a split from designing traditional gardens to a passion for the larger landscape of peace.

Martin is a Founding Member of Mediators Beyond Borders Int. (MBBI) and former Co-Leader of the Rwanda Team; working with survivors of genocide and sexual abuse to develop training in Trauma-Informed Mediation. Martin is currently the Global Partnerships Manager and Co-Founder of the Peace Conversation Program which is system for addressing intra-group conflict through dialogue and facilitation skill building.
You can check out their complete bios on the 2021 Speakers page.