Dianne is a Canadian entrepreneur, a power coach, a healer, a powerhouse relationship builder, a
businesswoman, and a serial entrepreneur. She has four designations from the APH and ABNLP in
Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Hypnotherapy, and TimeLine Therapy. The award-winning author of
her first book, “Mrs. Fraud and You” and most recently the position of “The Experiential Coach”
globally. Globally recognized as “2021 The Best Private Corporate Media Company in Canada and
the Most Innovative Media Production Company in Ontario.”
She is a caring person who will not accept “NO” as an answer, Dianne is a motivator, mentor, and
“Doer”. She makes things happen. She is always willing to offer a welcoming hand and a willingness
to share her knowledge.
Due to her entrepreneurial background, she has become a proverbial 'Jane of all trades', on the
Canadian and international speaker circuits on subjects related to gender, impact investing,
entrepreneurship, and innovation. She is a philantropreneur.
Dianne started her journey by founding her first venture “NVP Media Group” in 2014 then rebranded
her dream as “Olive Media” in 2016. Her training as a Master Practitioner in Neuro Linguistic
Programming and Hypnotherapy and a Tao Hands Practitioner has given her the title of One of the
Top 100 Black Women to Watch in Canada in 2015 as well as several International Women’s Day
recognitions. She also founded International Men’s Day Canada and works globally in
empowerment, coaching, leadership, mentorship, and more.
As a leader in the media, she is using her voice in TV, press, magazines, film, radio, and digital
media to educate individuals about self-realization and created this global platform for them to
express and work within themselves along with her and her team.
Dianne loves impulsive people who design beautiful & emotional products because they couldn't
dream of doing anything else. That drove her to the foundation of "The Entrepreneurs Network"-
TEN, a Canadian platform providing exposure and support to entrepreneurs dedicated to solving
today’s grand challenges. She discovered that there is a need in the business world from the CEO to
the employee to work on their personal problems in the workplace and their private lives.
Lending herself to the community at large, Dianne believes, “that every person, and more so,
everyone should do their utmost to explore and exploit their potential. The world is a big place, so
find your place in it. Do what you know. Do what you love!”
Dianne is a leader with a purpose, always driving change and motivating others to follow their