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Born in Scotland, Norma Cameron has lived in various places across Canada and now calls beautiful Vancouver Island, home. When her storytelling Granny Jamieson died in 1994, Norma honoured her legacy and started her journey to become a storyteller herself. Today, Norma is a professional storyteller, a nationally-known narrative consultant and sought-after keynote speaker.
Check out Norma’s TEDxTalk on Cultivating Narrative Intelligence (here's the link).
Norma loves to tell Scottish stories - both traditional and contemporary (and personal stories linked to her life growing up in Scotland). She has performed at conferences, concerts and festivals across the UK and North America. She performed her one-woman play, Coalmines, Council Houses & Corsets: The Life & Times of a Scottish Granny, at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa and was chosen to represent Canada at the 2009 Scottish International Storytelling Festival in Edinburgh.
Asa former journalist Norma switched careers to work for charities in communications and fundraising before founding, The Narrative Company in 2006 to focus on working as a narrative consultant, trainer and professional storyteller to assist organizations and individuals tap into the power of story. Her clients have included non-profit organizations in healthcare, education, arts & culture and social services and government departments and corporations.