Social scientist and communication expert Dr. Mary E. Donohue uses her extraordinary knack for understanding generations to help her clients with everything from understanding their boss to making sense of what their parents and kids say.
Named as one of the 18 Outstanding Women In Tech, in 2015, by RdigitalLife, and Diversity MBA’s top 50 under 50 in 2015, Dr. Donohue is a passionate advocate of revolutionizing today’s workforce training through technology and internal talent.
She believes passionately in the art of conversation, the value of team and outcome based training.
A cancer survivor who worked with Paul Newman, learned from Robert Kennedy Jr, made her movie debut with former Toronto Mayor David Miller, and was briefly (very briefly) a Supreme with Diana Ross, Dr. Mary Donohue is often described as a force of nature.
As Founder of the Donohue Mentoring System™ she designs communication training that provide people with a roadmap to become people developers and achieve a better work/life balance.
Dr. Mary is a world-renowned speaker and TEDx presenter, television personality and columnist. Her work appears in the Huffington Post and Financial Post.
She currently serves as Adjunct Professor of Business at Dalhousie University in Halifax. Through her work, Dr. Donohue seeks to inspire people to become ethical leaders, one conversation at a time.