Louisa Jewell is the founder and president of the Canadian Positive Psychology Association. The CPPA brings together leading-edge researchers and practitioners from around the world to study and understand where human potential, success, and happiness intersect. Her hugely successful national conferences draw an international audience of leaders in this field.
Louisa has spoken to thousands of people around the world about how to increase happiness, resilience, and meaning so they can show up as their best selves and do their best work. She holds a master’s in applied positive psychology, teaches positive psychology at the University of Toronto and the University of Texas at Dallas, and regularly delivers webinars and workshops to clients in all sectors.
Her work has been featured in Forbes, Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, Huffington Post, Toronto Sun, Canadian Living, Live Happy, Chatelaine, Psychology Today, Women’s Agenda, among other publications. She is a contributing author to books including Positive Psychology at Work, Positive Psychology News Daily, and Ready Set Live: Empowering Strategies for an Enlightened Life.
For more information, visit www.louisajewell.com.