Dee Brasseur Today
With her extensive background in leadership, organization, personnel management and supervision, Dee established her own business, Unlimited Horizons. A professional motivational speaker as well as a certified trainer and master practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming, Dee continues achieving, educating and consulting as a corporate and personal performance coach.
Adding to her list of accomplishments, she is a published writer: co-author of "Achieve It! A Personal Success Journal"; and, contributing author to "Speaking of Flying" Personal Tales of Heroism, Humor, Talent and Terror from 44 Unique Aviators and “Get Real” 26 Canadian Women Share the Secret to Authentic Success.
Supersonix Unlimited Incorporated 2010
Dee has survived an earthquake, a tornado, a fatal car accident, sexual assault, a critical life threatening in-flight aircraft emergency, and the effects from investigating the death and destruction following a number of fatal aircraft accidents, she well knows the devastating effects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Totally and fully recovered Dee is committed to
“Empowering People who Serve Others”
In March 2010, Dee incorporated her second business, Supersonix Unlimited Inc., for the sole purpose of raising capital through sales of the One in a Million Challenge coin. The mission is Canadian National in scope and funding revenue produced by the One in a Million Fund will support people who serve people - military, police, fire fighters, emergency first responders, disaster response workers and health care providers – and subsequently suffer from PTSD.
The mission of the One in A Million Project is to provide funding for:
- Research Projects aimed at identifying, preventing and treating post-traumatic stress disorder and other operational stress injuries
- Education and training initiatives related to post-traumatic stress disorder and other operational stress injuries
- Treatment Initiatives, Family Related Support and Care Giving
One in a Million Fund
The One in A Million Fund has been established as a Donor-Advised Fund within the Community Foundation of Ottawa. Through consultation with the Community Foundation and the One in A Million Advisory Committee, grants will be made annually to organizations supporting Post Traumatic Stress Disorder research, education, treatment and family support. Recipients must be a registered charity recognized by the Canada Revenue Agency.
When Dee is not working at National Defence Headquarters, speaking, coaching, training or fund raising, she and her Canadian Champion Afghan Hound “Kari” are a volunteer team with the Ottawa Therapy Dog Association.