Episode No. 37 Life Coach Date: November 21, 2008
Notes: former Ontario Provincial Police Officer Julie
Hryniewicz-Hache who is an author, speaker, trainer and life coach.
Julie Hryniewicz-Hache is an inspirational speaker, life coach, author, and corporate
trainer in the realm work/life balance and wellness. As former Ontario Provincial Police Officer in five
separate Northern Ontario detachments, some of Julie's specialty positions included Hostage and Crisis Negotiator, Acting
Detective Sergeant, Investigator with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario, and Casino Intelligence Liaison officer.
Following her policing career, Julie became a college level
instructor in the Police Foundations and Criminal Justice Program. Using her experience in policing and
as a front-line social service worker in child protective services, with young offenders, and facilitating social skills programs
in homeless shelters, soup kitchens, and low income housing complexes, Julie shares her journey of burnout and healing with
others as a writer of magazine articles, columnist, host of a community online talk radio show, author of a book titled, "Natural
Balance" as well as the audio CD program, "What Happened To My Tires?" on life balance.
Julie Hryniewicz-Hache is a graduate
of the University of Western Ontario with an Honors Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology, with criminology studies from Lake
Superior State University in Michigan towards her degree, as well as a Law Clerk diploma from the Ontario business college.
Julie was recently a selected participant of the two-and-a-half week, 2008 Governor General's Canadian Leadership Conference.
For further information about Julie, her work, and her inspirational blog, you can visit her website at: www.MakeItWorkSeminars.com.