What makes Mark Tewksbury the highlight of each event is not his Olympic stories, it’s not his excellence in leadership and or even all of his post-Olympic accomplishments. What continues to make Mark a much in-demand speaker is his dynamic approach: No two keynotes are ever the same because no two audiences are ever the same. Mark invests into each organization by interviewing his clients and to find out what the objectives are for the event. Then, drawing from his vast repertoire of leadership experiences, Mark aligns the best story arc to amplify the client’s message creating a speech that is insightful, impactful and inspiring. Mark’s incredible storytelling, natural speaking ability and engaging style often make him the highlight of the event.
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Tewksbury invested into the order of canada as companion
November 3, 2022
Ottawa, Ontario—Her Excellency the Right Honourable Mary Simon, Governor General of Canada, will invest 2 Companions (C.C.), 14 Officers (O.C.) and 28 Members (C.M.) into the Order of Canada during a ceremony at Rideau Hall.
The Order of Canada is one of our country’s highest honours. Appointments are made for sustained achievement at three levels: Companion, Officer and Member. Officers and Members may be elevated within the Order in recognition of further achievements, based on continued exceptional or extraordinary service to Canada.
Tewksbury honoured to be part of delegation for Queen's funeral
Three-time Olympic swimming medallist Mark Tewksbury says he is "very honoured" to be part of the Canadian delegation attending Queen Elizabeth II's state funeral on Monday.
Tewskbury, a member of the Order of Canada, was among a list of dignitaries Prime Minister Trudeau announced on Thursday that included actress Sandra Oh, performing artist Gregory Charles, and Cross of Valour recipient Leslie Arthur Palmer.
Adrienne Arsenault's candid talk to Mark on the national's sunday interview aired december 16th, 2018
Olympic gold medallist Mark Tewksbury will star in his one-man show called 50 & Counting, at Toronto's Buddies in Bad Times Theatre.
The show explores changes in society, and in himself, since he made history as Canada's first openly gay Olympian 20 years ago.