About Bonnie Gross
Bonnie Gross B.A., D.S.P.A., SLP.
President, SpeechScience International, Keynote Speaker, Workshop Facilitator, Voice Transformer
Bonnie Gross is currently the President of SpeechScience International – a company devoted to helping individuals become dynamic, influential speakers and communicators, through training, in voice enhancement, fearless public speaking, leadership speaking skills, VOCAL EQ. and accent reduction. With a dual career in both Speech Pathology and Radio and Television Arts, Bonnie is able to transform individuals into dynamic, persuasive, exciting speakers.. Her techniques create permanent and outstanding results for her clients.
With offices in both Toronto and New York, Bonnie has worked with Executives and corporations including Fortune 500 companies such as IBM Canada, CIBC, BMO, Inergi LP, Health Canada, Loblaw Companies East, Amgen Pharmaceuticals, Glaxo Welcome, Shoppers Drug Mart, Proctor and Gamble, Government of Ontario, HJ Heinz, Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp. Novopharm Pharmaceuticals, George Brown College, American Express, Dynasty Advertising, Shoppers Drug Mart.
New York clients include – Stella Adler School of Acting; Linkshare Corporation, and The United Nations.
Bonnie is the former President of the Ontario Speech and Hearing Association, and Creator and Head of the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology at Toronto’s Scarborough General Hospital.
Awards include ”Honours of the Ontario Association of Speech-language Pathology and Audiology” for outstanding contribution to the professions and the Programming excellence Award. For the weekly documentary show- Ethnicity. in Canada.
Media experience includes producer, writer and on-air host of TV programs such as Ethnicity, Giving Voice a Second Chance, and radio shows such as Conversations on Medicine, and Bridging the Gap.
Bonnie Gross and SpeechScience have been profiled in the Globe and Mail, Report on Business, Globe and Mail Life, Canadian Business magazine, Elle Canada Magazine, and is sought after as a regular guest on TV shows such as Canada AM, amongst others.
Bonnie gradated from the University of Toronto with a BA in Psychology, and a postgraduate DSPA in Speech Pathology and Audiology. She has two (outstanding and wonderful) adult children and currently lives with her husband in downtown Toronto. They spend their time between Toronto and New York.