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SFU Beedie Talks x WIMDI: Lessons learned while hiking the corporate ladder
In celebration of International Women's Day: A panel discussion on the powerful lessons to thrive in male dominated industries
About this Event
SFU Beedie Talks is a speaker series focusing on the excellence found within the SFU Beedie community and is open to SFU Beedie alumni, students, prospective students, partners and the larger business community. During the third installment of SFU Beedie Talks, we have partnered with Women in Male-Dominated Industries (WIMDI) to provide an exclusive opportunity to hear from and connect with our alumni panel.
The panel will discuss their experiences climbing the corporate ladder in male dominated fields, the glass ceilings and insights learned along the way - and advice on how women can create and advance their careers.
Our panel includes:
Joyce Murray, EMBA '92, Minister of Digital Government, Government of Canada
Christine J Sangha, MScFin '11, Head of Professional Services Americas & Head of Presales Asia, FINCAD Client Services
Martina Wan Lockwood, MBA MOT '19, VP of Engineering and Product Development, Evasc Medical Systems
Kiana Mohseni, EMBA ’11, Senior Director of Software Development - Analytics, Ads & Product Growth, Hootsuite
Denise Williams, EMBA IBL '15, Chief Executive Officer, First Nations Technology Council
Claudia Baerwolff, EMBA '18, Director of Strategy, Mining & Metals at Fluor Corporation
The panel will be moderated by Holly Burton, WIMDI's Founder & Leadership Coach for Women in Male-Dominated Industries.
6 PM - 7 PM Registration
7 PM - 8 PM Panel discussion followed by open Q&A
8 PM - 9 PM Reception & networking
The event ticket is by donation. This year, we are proud to support the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre whose incredible work and efforts serve 600 women a day between the Emergency Shelter and Drop-in Centre here in the downtown eastside. All proceeds will be donated to the DEWC.
Should you have any questions about this event, please contact: Rima Vasudevan firstname.lastname@example.org
- Code of Conduct: By attending this event, you agree to adhere to WIMDI's code of conduct, which you can find at wimdi.com/code-of-conduct.
- Photography & Videography: This event will be photographed and portions of it will be captured via video. By attending you consent to the terms laid out at wimdi.com/photography-release. We understand that photography may present a safety and/or privacy concern to some attendees. Due to the large attendee volume at this particular event and unstructured seating, we will be unable to accommodate specific requests to not be photographed like we do at many of our other events. For additional information, see wimdi.com/photography-policy.
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