1. Teatime with Miss Liz T-E-A Open Discussion with Brett Farmiloe CEO "FEATURED" "Miss Liz" Elizabeth Jean Olivia Gagnon Women Making a Difference with One Cup 1:00:04

Afternoon teatime October 19th, 3 P.m. EST coming to share his T-E-A is the CEO/ Founder of Featured is Brett Farmiloe, bringing advertising and marketing to the table with Miss Liz. Join us with your questions, comments and support and let’s make a difference together.
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Brett Farmiloe is the Founder & CEO of Featured, a platform that connects subject-matter experts with top publishers to increase their exposure and create quality, ready-to-publish Q&A content. Previously, Brett founded and ran a digital marketing agency for ten years before a successful acquisition. He’s a published author, dad of 3, and once helped the actor Hugh Jackman launch a coffee company that Keurig eventually acquired.

Elizabeth Jean Olivia Gagnon, is an established Best Selling International CoAuthor, Self published International Author, International Keynote Speaker, Founder/Creator of Miss Liz Teatime and Parties, Global Peace Challenge 2020 Ambassador for Canada 🇨🇦 Former International Secretary Human Rights and Social Justice Federation, Former Director Rape Violence Atrocities Against Women AHRI, Former International Rotary Club for Great Britain and Ireland Member for Peace Envoy and Chairman for Gender Equality,Ambassador for Commonwealth Entrepreneurs Club, Radio Host, Podcast Host, Influencer, Mentor, Advocate and Change Maker for mental health,abuse, grief and peace for humanity.

She is the Founder/Creator of Miss Liz’s Tea Parties/Teatimes and Host of Teatime with Miss Liz Making a Difference One Cup at a Time.

She is a survivor of extreme abuse and a flower toward humanity. As she makes big changes in the world by creating magical events where people come together to share their stories of trauma and triumph, still she pushes through the pain.

She is also the Founder/Creator of the “TeaBag Story Award.”