Catherine Bell

To be and become evermore a healthy muse to radiate love, wisdom, and power in service to humanity and the planet.

Catherine Bell

About Catherine

Best-Selling Author Catherine Bell is a serial entrepreneur, business leader, public speaker, wife, and mother.

Based on the best-selling book of the same name, Catherine is the founder of The Awakened Company, where she helps organizations develop culture strategies by igniting and sustaining the fires within those organizations with passion, purpose, and playfulness. She’s consulted around the world with Fortune 500 companies and the book has received numerous accolades such as the Nautilus Book Award in Business & Leadership, chosen as one of the “8 Best Leadership Books”, an Amazon Best Seller, and praise from leaders around the world. 

As a wife of 25+ years and a mother, Catherine is passionate about learning new cultures and making love to the new book she’s reading all while dipping into her love of yoga, tennis, surfing, windsurfing, walking, and friends.

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A little more about Catherine...

Catherine founded BluEra, a Profit 500 executive search firm. As a top 200 growing company in Canada and top 10 in Alberta, and best workplace, BluEra was a shining example of the Awakened Company System in action, and was successfully sold. She now helps organizations develop culture strategies.

Catherine has been published in Fortune, HBR, Profit, Conscious Company Magazine, Women of Influence and written for the UN. She has worked around the globe from the UK to Cuba and with Fortune 500 companies to serial entrepreneurs. Catherine has an MBA from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, a sociology degree from Western University, is certified in the Enneagram, and is a yoga instructor. She was a Jarislowsky Fellow at the Haskayne School of Business and is on the Expert Panel for the Canadian Centre for the Purpose of the Corporation.

She also started The Awakened Project, which is a jewelry line that helps females get out of poverty through starting their own business with microloans. Catherine has also been a Board Member of the Distress Centre and Open to Grow. She currently is an Advisor to the Impact Society and Telus Spark. She has completed the Institute of Corporate Directors Not for Profit Essentials Program.

Catherine teaches at the Queen's (Smith) School of Business in their Masters of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program.