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Martin Latulippe

Social entrepreneur, inspirational speaker, best-selling author and philanthropist, Martin Latulippe, CSP has been hired by hundreds of organizations of national and international renown, to teach strategies in transformational and inspirational leadership. Martin is one of the most in-demand bilingual inspirational speakers in Canada. He has taught hundreds of organizations strategies in leadership, change management, inspiration, and peak performance. Audiences are blown away by Martin’s wisdom and life-touching stories. 

Injured in the neck by a hockey skate while playing at the World University Championships in 2001 as Team Canada captain, Martin nevertheless led his team to a silver medal victory. Since then, he has dedicated his life to helping individuals, teams, and organizations create and master transformational thinking.

Martin is the author of 4 best-selling books. 

Martin has had the privilege of sharing the stage with some of the greatest in the world – Sir Richard Branson, Jack Canfield, Lt. Gen. Romeo Dallaire, Clara Hughes and Kevin O’Leary just to name a few.

Here is what Jack Canfield, coauthor of the International Bestselling Series Chicken Soup for the Soul said in Moncton about him after a conference in which they both spoke: 

"Note to myself:  Never book a speaker more dynamic and funnier than me when I speak... This young man is a truly gifted speaker with a very bright future. Martin was simply amazing!"

On July 2009, Martin received his Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation, the highest standard of excellence within the professional speaking industry. Less than 10% of the more than 6,000 speakers around the world hold this designation.

More than an expert-speaker, Martin also volunteers as the Chairman of the New Brunswick Tree of Hope provincial fundraising campaign that raises more than $1.5 million every year for cancer patients.

In their day-to-day life, Martin and his wife Chantal are the proud parents of a little boy named Kaël and a little girl Maïka.