About Laurie K Grant
Laurie K Grant is a Writer, a Catalyst, an Analyst, a Dreamer, an Activist, a Creative Winner who believes in Be Here Now, that Life is an Adventure, and to Enjoy the Journey, you must Follow Your Heart.
Laurie K. is a Contributor to 50 Seeds of Greatness" by Germaine Moody, a co-author in Empowered Women of Social Media - Finding Global Unity in Social Communities" a #1 Amazon Best Seller, and a featured guest speaker on Kellie Fitzgerald's radio show The Road to Enlightenment speaking on the importance of making connections and inclusion.
Her newest project is co-compiler for Hot Pink Publishing's anthology "Chocolate and Diamonds for The Woman's Soul", with 100+ women from Canada, United States, United Kingdom, South Africa and Australia, who have struggled with and overcome various life challenges and whose stories will uplift and inspire.
Laurie K. Grant has a Bachelor's Degree in Information Technology, an Honour's Diploma in Electronics Engineering Technology Control Systems, with certificates in Technical and Professional Writing, Enterprise Analysis and Consulting Skills, Effective Communication and Human Relations, Quality Service Skills, Interpersonal Managing Skills and Organizational Change Management.
Laurie K. has over 20+ years of extensive global experience implementing business transformation solutions in the Financial, Communications and Public sectors. Her key skills are Enterprise Analysis and Architecture, Change Management, Competitor Analysis, Contract Negotiations, Financial Management, Project and Program Management, Policy Development, Procurement Management, Risk Management and Strategic Planning.
Laurie K. Grant is a highly successful Information Technology professional, management consultant, motivational speaker and visionary business guru. She is the founder and CEO of FutureWave Group, which currently provides enterprise business and data architecture and analysis consulting services.
One of Laurie K. passions is being the catalyst to connect people to their true authentic selves and with others in the spirit of openness.
Laurie K. believes strongly in giving back to the community. She is an advocate for human rights and her community service work includes Volunteer Coordinator Team Lead for IBM Teaching Respect in Schools, Editor-in-Chief for Northern Secondary School's Special Education Newsletter, and Web Content Management for the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace.
Laurie K. currently resides in Toronto, Canada with her son, Harley Jaymes Grant. In her spare time, Laurie enjoys gardening, spending time with family, traveling, and attending seminars/workshops.