Millennials and Generation Z

How Kelly Helps

Set to make up 75% of the workforce in less than 10 years, and with an annual spending power of $200 billion, there is no question the youth market is a powerful demographic. With fickle interests, shorter attention spans and multi-platform preferences though, Millennials and Generation Z present new challenges for employers and brands.

Whether you are seeking an authentic youth ambassador who can speak to the needs and expectations of Gen Z consumers or effective strategies to respond to latest Millennial workforce and marketing generational shifts, Kelly Lovell has a global reputation for BridgingTheGapTM to the next generation.
Kelly with an executive and young leader looking at a book

What Organizations Are Saying...

Patricia Ross, Deputy Mayor, City of Abbotsford

“Lovell's well-researched insight into engaging Millennials was informative as well as encouraging and is extremely valuable in helping us all bridge generational gaps to work toward a more sustainable future.”

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Navin C, Principal PM Microsoft

"Lovell’s presentation style is very poised and her message captured the attention of the room best of the morning's speakers in my opinion. I enjoyed hearing the gasp and chuckles when she joked that Millennials are now entering their thirties and are basically old news. The point of view is refreshing and it was great to hear it firsthand."

Diane, Director of Community Engagement, Volunteer Action Centre

“Kelly has already been a great advocate for youth, giving us feedback and helping us develop our communications so they better respond to youth needs and interests. Kelly has demonstrated keen enthusiasm and willingness to take on an idea with vim and vigour!”

Air Miles for Business Team

“Kelly Lovell was an integral part of the AIR MILES for Business Small Business Achievement Awards event. She extended the reach of our pre-show buzz over her social media channels, and at the event, took part in a very insightful discussion on engaging Millennials—a topic that is on the minds of many of today's small business owners. She is very professional and knows the value of having a strong personal brand.”

Past Engagements

Toyota Tsusho
Government of Canada
EY Women. Fast Forward.
Human Resources Professionals Association
The Institute for performance and learning
Points of Light
Duke of Edinburgh's National Awards Canada
First Work, Ontario;s youth development network
impact 2030
Gro Your Biz
Discovery, Ontario's Centres of Excellence