Gisele Thomson works with business leaders, leaders in education and thought leaders who are creating and taking steps to make a greater impact in the world while being in full alignment with their purpose.
This might also mean that they are working through critical turning points in their lives. They are focused on moving past surviving difficult times to thriving and making a big difference in their world.
These leaders feel compelled to do and be more. They are looking for ways to get on with living a richer and more meaningful life that they feel is possible. However, they may be uncertain what steps might lead them to help them make these dreams and visions a reality.
There is more to life than this business of just surviving. Fueled by this belief and unshakeable determination, she remade her life into one that is more attuned and in line with who she truly is. She has committed to undertaking the full contract of her life purpose.
Gisele knows that we all have our mission to make important positive change in the world, and that this mission can shift and change over the course of a lifetime.
Gisele has and continues to raise five amazing children, who are learning to express and serve the goals and dreams that inspire them to be the best versions of themselves.
She has worked for the federal government for over 20 years making the most of her time designing and implementing programs—especially programs in learning. She has led teams to develop and deliver products. More recently, she is assisting persons with disabilities access job opportunities and develop within those opportunities to be able to continue to find work.
Gisele holds a degree in English Literature and a second degree in Education, both earned from the University of Ottawa, based in the capital city of Canada.
Gisele also enjoys writing speculative fiction and non-fiction, music, traveling, outdoor sports, food, and spending time with family and friends.