As Canada’s first and only female Prime Minister, Kim Campbell’s life has been a life of firsts. From the age of 16 when she became the first female student body president of her high school, until 30 years later as the 19th Prime Minister of Canada at the age of 46, Ms. Campbell has spent much of her life breaking barriers for women. Through her deep and lengthy political career, Kim knows what it’s like to make it in a man’s world, and is widely regarded as one of the foremost thinkers and speakers on gender issues.

Leaving political office did not end Ms. Campbell’s interest in politics. Educated in both political science and law, she remains engaged at the top level of international discussion. She continues to be involved in global issues, working with a number of world leaders and former heads of state and government, where her views are sought in many international fora. Ms. Campbell enjoys a rich and varied career as a speaker and consultant, and continues to be deeply engaged on the compelling issues of our time.

Holding audiences since the age of ten, Ms. Campbell speaks widely on issues related to leadership, international politics, democratization, climate change, gender, and Canadian/American relations all over the world.

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  1. Isabel Bassett says:

    Hi Kim, great stuff, just a minor comment: the site looks great on screen, but the layout gets jumbled up when printed (in Safari on a Mac). My IT person says there isn’t a “CSS stylesheet for printing, just for on screen”.

  2. […] and shakers in terms of policy influence. Discussants range from former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell, to the Public Policy Forum’s David Mitchell, to Lawrence MacDonald of the Centre for Global […]

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  4. […] and shakers in terms of policy influence. Discussants range from former Canadian Prime Minister Kim Campbell, to the Public Policy Forum’s David Mitchell, to Lawrence MacDonald of the Centre for Global […]

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