Karlyn Percil is one of North Americas’ leading authorities on womens’ empowerment. As a leadership coach, Elephant Storyteller and founder of the multiplatform program SisterTalk, Percil guides, motivates and inspires women to realize their full potential.
Based on the success of her program, Percil is now hosting the Third Annual SisterTalk: A Celebration of Sisterhood on Sunday, October 16 at the Thompson Hotel (550 Wellington St W, Toronto, ON). The theme this year will be focusing on “Can Women Really Get Along? Rebuilding the sisterhood through healing, connection & community.”
Percils’s SisterTalk “Authentically You” Leadership Program gives women the opportunity to increase their Leadership IQ so that they can create a life that they love. Percil, like others before her, acknowledge that truly successful people thrive in all areas of life with a strong and consistent support system, unwavering belief in who they are and a strong connection to their inner self. Percil’s leadership program empowers women to create their own circle of support thereby helping themselves and other woman on their journeys of love, happiness, fulfillment and success.
The impact of her SisterTalk program resulted in it being picked up by AfroGlobal Television. SisterTalk TV airs on Saturdays at 10:00 a.m., 4:00 p.m., and 9:00 p.m.
Percil will also be launching “Success Essentials” this fall. A subscription box containing year-round, daily tools to aid women with goal setting and realizing their true potential.
Through her website, www.karlynpercil.com, her blog, SisterTalk program and talk show, Percil provides a platform and tools for informative, honest conversations about life, love, relationships and career.
About Karlyn Percil
Karlyn Percil was born and raised in the countryside of St. Lucia. Until she was 15-years old, Percil did her homework by candlelight. In pursuit of her early education, Percil walked 60-minutes each way to and from school.
As an early childhood survivor of sexual abuse, Percil kept this secret to herself discussing the abuse with no one, until it could be kept no longer. As an adult, Percil moved to Canada in an attempt to run away from her abusive past. In Canada, she established a successful career on Bay Street at one of the top five banks in Canada and obtained a Masters Certificate in adult education while working there. Motivated by life events, Percil committed to improve her life and those of other women. Her current life work, SisterTalk, began from disclosing the abuse. Building on her success following appearances on the OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network (Canada) documentary, Life Story Project, Oprah’s Life Class, and through her work with UNICEF, Karlyn Percil, is the informational go-to resource for ambitious women who want to play bigger in life and in love.
Guided by a strong belief in herself and her unlimited potential, Percil worked hard to rise above her circumstances to realize the life she loves.
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