Meet Narges

Narges Nirumvala, CEO

Dubbed ‘the secret weapon’ by one journalist, Narges Nirumvala is a world-renowned leadership communication expert, international speaker and author of the public speaking and presentation skills book “Capture the Spotlight”She works with corporate leaders, association executives, elected community officials and high-performance teams to help them find their authentic voice, write killer keynotes and communicate with confidence in any public speaking situation from boardroom presentations to conference keynotes. She is one of the Top 100 Leadership Experts to Follow on Twitter and her writing on the subject has been published and circulated to 106 countries worldwide.

Narges has an honours degree in Psychology and did her postgraduate studies in International Political Economy – both in the United Kingdom, before moving to Cananda with her family.

Narges is often called upon by the media as an expert in her field. She has appeared on numerous media channels including CityTV, Breakfast Television Vancouver, OMNI Television, SUCCESS magazine, the Province, News1130 radio, the Vancouver Courier, Business In Vancouver, the Sounding Board and many others. 

Narges is a passionate community leader and philanthropist. She has served on numerous not-for-profit boards and committees over the years. She currently serves as the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for Dixon Transition Society. 
Narges has numerous awards and accolades, most recently she was nominated for RBC Women of Influence 2018 Canadian Women Entrepreneur of the Year Awards for the third time.

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