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Kathy Watt - Fredericton, New Brunswick

Kathy is a professional educator with over 35 years experience in working with learners of all ages. Over the past decade she has been both a student and practitioner of leadership and organizational development.


Kathy brings a strong values-based understanding to the realm of leadership development. She has achieved superior results in helping individuals and organizations maximize their potential. She has extensive experience in the design and delivery of curriculum, workshops and individualized coaching in interpersonal dynamics, leadership development and the creation of effective strategies for organizational development.


For much of her career, Kathy coached and directed musical performance groups that achieved national and international acclaim. Her skills and passion for the development of people musically has translated naturally into her current work with business and corporate professionals.


Kathy maintains her interest in music, and as the proud grandmother of five, enjoys time with her husband and two adult children, their spouses and families. Her favorite place to be during three seasons is on the shores of Grand Lake at the family’s cottage.


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To contact Kathy Watt please call 506-472-6306 or email kwatt@lmicanada.ca



Tanya Chapman

Tanya Chapman is an experienced, purpose-driven business leader. She has focused her career in human resource management and has a background in developing human resource strategy and programming, along with leading organizational effectiveness and change projects. She has experience in re-organizations, acquisitions, outsourcing, supply chain projects, and technology implementation.


Tanya was a university administrator before joining the oil and gas industry where she held positions of increasing responsibility.  Most recently she served as an executive team member with responsibility for human resources and public affairs. 


In addition to being a member of the LMI Canada team, Tanya is the owner and principal of T Chapman Consulting and Associates, a human resource management consulting company specializing in developing human resource strategy and strategic planning, building human resource programs along with facilitating change.   She is also  a lecturer at the University of New Brunswick, Saint John Campus.


As part of Tanya’s commitment to community service, she is a member of the Board of Governors for St. Thomas University and Chair of the Greater Saint John United Way Board of Directors.


Tanya holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Bachelor of Education degree from St. Thomas University along with a certificate in Human Resource Management and an MBA from the University of New Brunswick.  She is a designated Certified Human Resource Professional and a graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors program from the Rotman School of Business.



Harry Daley

Harry Daley


Harry was born and raised in Saint John, New Brunswick. After obtaining a Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Leadership from UNB Fredericton’s Renaissance College, he has been committed to building and sustaining individual and organizational growth. Harry has worked for a number of non-profits in Saint John, as well as Ecuador, Brazil, and New York.  In 2018 he was the recipient of the Leader to Watch Award from the YMCA.


Harry believes in working to create healthier communities for everyone. He has dedicated his professional career, as well as leisure time, to strengthening the social, environmental, and economic health of our community. Maintaining a balanced and creative approach to problem solving has been central to his work ethic and outlook.


After completing the Effective Personal Leadership program, Harry joined the LMI team in 2018. He is wholeheartedly committed to working with youth and adults as they reach their full potential!



Misty McLaughlin

Misty McLaughlin is a Certified Professional Recovery Coach with over twenty five years of experience as a business and community leader in both the public and private sectors, as well as the non-profit community, post secondary education and politics.  She is also a person in long term recovery who is passionate about guiding professionals along their life journey back to optimal health and wellness.  As a highly, intuitive empath, Misty considers herself fortunate to live out her purpose igniting passion in her clients through her personable coaching style.


Misty believes life-long learning is essential to leading a fulfilled life - both personally and professionally.  Upon graduating from the University of New Brunswick with a Bachelor’s Degree in Office Management, she continued her educational pursuits by obtaining a Certificate in Management Development as well as Human Resources Management with UNB’s College of Extended Learning.  In 2014 she graduated from the Wallace McCain Institute’s 2iC (Second-in-Command) program.  In 2016 she completed Leadership for Women with LMI Canada.  As her recovery journey developed and strengthened she made the decision to become certified as a Professional Recovery Coach with the International Association of Professional Recovery Coaches.  Upon receiving her certification in 2017 she began coaching professional men and women who struggle with a wide range of life controlling issues.


Misty is also a tenacious recovery advocate who is united with those in the universal campaign to end the stigma associated with addiction.  For the past two years she has acted in the capacity of National Chair for National Recovery Day - an event which takes place in thirty plus cities across Canada throughout the month of September each year.  Misty understands the significance of the journey back to self.  She believes we are all in recovery from something and that recovery is possible.  LMI was a significant catalyst in her recovery journey and as such she is excited to offer the LMI Concept to the larger recovery community.



Amy Parrill

Amy Parrill is the President of A. Parrill & Associates Inc. She is an Executive coach with LMI Canada and a Certified Medical Reiki Master and owner of the Fredericton Reiki Clinic. Her career in professional sales, marketing and communications, project management and organizational leadership has always placed people firmly at the centre of her work. Amy is known for her authenticity and commitment to whatever she takes on. She is focused on helping people achieve slight edge changes in attitude and behaviour that translate into enhanced individual performance, increased leadership awareness and measurable business results.


She is passionate about her husband and two boys, amazing friends, and having a business that helps people become a better version of themselves.



Jackie Sullivan

Jackie Sullivan is a Certified Human Resource Professional with 30 years of business experience, including 14 years in the oil and gas industry.  She is an experienced human resource professional who has held various positions of increasing responsibility in learning and development, change management and organizational effectiveness.  She received her Third Party Neutral Conflict Resolution Strategies Certification from the Canadian Institute for Conflict Resolution (CICR); a Certificate in Organizational Development from Queen’s Industrial Relations Centre; and a Change Management Certificate from Prosci Learning Center.


Jackie is a natural coach and mentor, dedicated to the development of people and the achievement of business goals.  She is an effective business partner who works collaboratively with individuals and teams to implement change, enable leadership alignment, and develop team members.


In addition to being a member of the LMI Canada team, Jackie works with T Chapman Consulting and Associates, a human resource management consulting company specializing in developing human resource strategy and strategic planning, building human resource programs along with facilitation change.