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Inner Strength Communication continues to grow and expand capabilities to deliver business results

TORONTO & MONTREAL – Inner Strength Communication Inc. today announced the addition of Stephanie Thornbury ABC, as Senior Executive, Communication and Marketing effective immediately. Ms. Thornbury joins a growing team of communication strategists and practitioners who deliver culture, engagement and communication programs that help organizations manage change and deliver business results.

Ms. Thornbury is an award-winning communications strategist with over 20 years of expertise in employee relations, crisis and change management, corporate partnership development, CSR and community investment. She is a trusted, insightful advisor with in-depth experience in retail, not-for-profit, manufacturing, health and life sciences and consulting. Stephanie is passionate about fostering positive relationships with internal stakeholders and bringing innovative ideas to business opportunities to help organizations thrive in highly competitive markets.

Prior to starting her consulting career, Ms. Thornbury spent over 13 years at Hudson’s Bay Company with progressively senior roles including Vice President, Corporate Communications and Vice President, Corporate Partnerships. Throughout her career, she has gained international experience and has a proven track record for delivering results and building award-winning programs that help shape culture and engage employees.

Ms. Thornbury holds an Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Western Ontario and a Public Relations Certificate from Humber College. She is an Accredited Business Communicator (ABC) and fluent in French.

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