Vancouver June 24, 2024


Mental Health Advocate, Gender Equality Champion, and Award-Winning Humanitarian

Sophie Grégoire Trudeau is a celebrated mental health advocate and champion of gender equality, youth self-esteem, emotional literacy, and female empowerment. She has been recognized with multiple UN awards for her humanitarian work and was also named the first National Volunteer for the Canadian Mental Health Association in 2022.

Grégoire Trudeau is a trained television, radio host, and interviewer. She began her career as a journalist in Quebec, hosting shows on wildlife, extreme sports, entertainment, and technology. This led her to interview several renowned individuals including Malala Yousafzai, Gloria Steinem, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Liz Plank, Chantal Kreviasuk, Sheryl Crowe, Jean Reno, Brad Pitt, Adrienne Clarkson, Stephan Moccio, Serena Ryder, Dan Ackroyd, Justin Timberlake, Iman Bowie, Tessa Virtue, Marianne Williamson, and many more.

In 2018, Grégoire Trudeau received the Humanitarian of the Year Award from the United Nations Association of New York. She has also been an official ambassador for Plan Canada’s “Because I am a Girl” initiative and the FitSpirit Foundation, as well as Parks Canada’s Honorary Guide for Families and Newcomers. Grégoire Trudeau’s articles on these topics have been featured on Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Platform and the World Economic Forum’s official website.

Throughout her professional and personal endeavours, Grégoire Trudeau has been fortunate to meet and converse with several eminent world leaders to bring change and more justice to the world, including the late Queen Elizabeth II, Pope Francis, King Abdullah II of Jordan, French President Emmanuel Macron, the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, amongst others. She was invited to speak at Amal Alamuddin Clooney’s conference in Toronto, and to offer opening remarks for Michelle Obama’s and President Barack Obama’s respective visits to Montreal and Toronto.

In 2024, Grégoire Trudeau will publish her first book, Closer Together: Knowing Ourselves, Loving Each Other. It explores the questions that matter most for our individual and collective growth, drawing on Grégoire Trudeau’s personal journey as well as exclusive interviews with distinguished experts to explore the science behind brain health and our unique emotional signatures.

Grégoire Trudeau is also a local Honorary Riverkeeper in Ottawa and an influencer for the Deliver for Good campaign, which championed gender equality and the health of girls and women worldwide.


Emotional Literacy, Mental Health, and Leading With Courage

What You Will Learn
  • Exploring barriers women face in positions of leadership and finding the courage to take our rightful place as leaders.
  • Tools and strategies to enhance your emotional literacy on a journey of mental wellness, self-awareness, and acceptance.
  • Live fuller and happier lives by learning how to build healthier relationships with yourself and others.
  • How to claim your true potential and stay true to yourself, even when thrust into the spotlight.