Sheila Walsh is a veteran voice talent, interviewer, host and conversationalist.

Her voice-over work has been heard around the globe ~ on radio and television commercials, documentaries, narrations, eLearning, retail, interactive displays, events and in-stadium.

Sheila was the first female PSA (public service announcer) in Major League Baseball history: Toronto Blue Jays.

Sheila has ‘AODA training’, and training in ‘Accessible and Inclusive design for Audio’. 

Along with her husband, Sheila runs ELM PODCASTING – an audio production service specializing in podcasting. She also volunteers her time to teach children the art of podcasting.

Her radio broadcasting career has included Toronto powerhouses CHUM FM, CHFI and Newstalk 1010 – where her roles have included Host, News Anchor and Entertainment Reporter.

Sheila’s television highlights include host and/or correspondent of entertainment, lifestyle, travel, leisure and medical programming – aired nationally across Canada.

She holds an MA in Creative Media Practice, and recently retired from her career as professor of podcasting, broadcasting and journalism at the Faculty of Media and Creative Arts, Humber College. It was at Humber that she became the first female Program Coordinator of the esteemed ‘Radio Broadcasting’ course – established in 1972.

Sheila resides in the GTA with her husband and three children – who are her most favourite productions.