#SBSchat: Women in Business: Using Your Heels to Bust the Glass Ceiling

Date/Time
Date(s) - 22/03/2017
7:00 pm


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While Canadian women continue to make inroads into the world of business and politics, there are still many ways communities and organizational leaders can work together to change the system to impact women’s lives for the benefit of society as a whole.

On the next #SBSchat we’ll discuss ways women can increase their presence and opportunities in the workplace, balance work and home life, and other tips for women looking to bust through barriers.

Cost: Free

Where: on Twitter under the hashtag #SBSchat

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Karen MacDonald, Global TV
Karen is the News Director and Station Manager at Global Montreal.

Sheree Fitch, author
Sheree is a Canadian author and literacy advocate. Known primarily for her children’s books, she has also published poetry and fiction for adults.

Stacey Dakin, CEDEC
Stacey is Operations Manager and Project Lead for CEDEC’s Workforce Development priority.

Janet Kranz, Women’s Economic Council
Janet is the Co-Manager/Project Lead (NCR) at the Women’s Economic Council: WEC Collective. Women’s Economic Council is a national, not-for-profit, charitable organization which partners with women-centered Community Economic Development (CED) groups and practitioners to advance women-centered CED in order to improve the lives of women, their families and communities.

Rebecca Dirnfeld – Career Education Specialist                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Rebecca is a Career Education Specialist at Ryerson University, George Brown College. Sharing stories of career transition and dedicated to student career development.