Women Leadership Nation Breaking Barriers
26: Deborah Gillis, President and CEO, of CAMH Foundation

26: Deborah Gillis, President and CEO, of CAMH Foundation

May 5, 2021

Deborah Gillis, President and CEO of the CAMH Foundation

Deborah Gillis is President and CEO of CAMH Foundation. As a recognized thought leader on gender equality, diversity, and inclusion, Deborah has dedicated her career to driving social change. Deborah’s unique blend of passion, strategic vision, and entrepreneurial spirit is helping her lead CAMH Foundation in transforming how Canadians understand and address mental illness, in the workplace and in society.

Deborah put her ideals into practice in her previous role as President & CEO of Catalyst, a global non-profit that helps build workplaces that work for women. She advised some of the world’s most powerful CEOs and leading companies on how to accelerate and advance women into leadership.

Deborah has received national and international accolades for her advocacy efforts and business achievements. In 2016, she was named as one of Canadian Business magazine’s 10 Most Powerful Business People and was awarded the Foreign Policy Association Medal. In 2017, she was appointed to the Canada-United States Council for

 

Advancement of Women Entrepreneurs and Business Leaders and also accepted an honorary Doctor of Laws honoris causa from Cape Breton University for dedicating her life’s work to advocating for women’s rights and equality. She serves on the Board of Governors of St. Francis Xavier University.

 

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25: Erin Bagwell, Documentary Filmmaker, Blogger, and Creative

25: Erin Bagwell, Documentary Filmmaker, Blogger, and Creative

April 29, 2021

Erin Bagwell is a documentary filmmaker, blogger, and creative!

Erin produced and directed Dream, Girl the documentary showcasing the stories of inspiring & ambitious female entrepreneurs in NYC. To make the film she raised $100K on Kickstarter and premiered the film at Obama's White House in May 2016.

In 2018, Erin became a mother and started filming her new short documentary, Year One. The film is an intimate look at the first year of motherhood through Erin's eyes. It addresses the identity shifts, the challenges of experiencing postpartum depression, and the everyday extraordinary moments of being a new mom. Year One is set to release Spring 2021.

After living in Brooklyn for 10 years, Erin and her family recently moved back to her hometown in Buffalo, New York.

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24: Courtney Symons, Editor in Chief at Shopify

24: Courtney Symons, Editor in Chief at Shopify

April 22, 2021

Courtney Symons is the Editor in Chief at Shopify.

Courtney Symons is the Editor in Chief at Shopify, a Canadian multinational e-commerce company headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario. It is also the name of its proprietary e-commerce platform for online stores and retail point-of-sale systems

Courtney made her dreams come true by writing my first novel on the coastline of eastern Australia in 2010. She explains how she was supposed to be working, but instead, she made the decision to sit in the sand with her new Macbook and write.

When she returned home from Australia had a draft manuscript of her first book called “Once, We Were Stolen”, which was successfully published. 

Courtney was also a technology reporter for the Ottawa Business Journal, which publishes a bi-weekly newspaper and daily web content.

Courtney was also a finalist in the Hot Mommas Project, a global case study competition based out of Washington, D.C., which collects success stories from women across the globe.

http://about.me/courtneysymons
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@CourtneySymons 

 

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23: Nicole McKinney, Founder and President of WAKING THE unCONSIOUS

23: Nicole McKinney, Founder and President of WAKING THE unCONSIOUS

April 15, 2021

Nicole McKinney, Founder, and President of WAKING THE unCONSIOUS

In, 2019 Nicole founded and launched the Not for Profit WtC WAKING the unCONSCIOUS that has a core premise to focus a lens on both the systemic and relational dynamics of elements like Anti-Black/POC Racism and Unconscious Bias, specifically the Unpacking of Privilege and Marginalisation, allowing for critical examination and an understanding of intersectionality.

Nicole’s work is inspired by the legacy of her father, Dr. David McKinney Jr: a renowned Academic in the US and Canada, who ended his career at the University of Guelph

With a career-long focus on anti-black racism, he worked with organizations such as the Black United Front in Nova Scotia and pioneered research into police brutality.

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He also advocated for human rights in conjunction with Daniel G Hill and took on several major court cases including the famed 1990 Supreme Court case, McKinney vs the University of Guelph.

 

 

22: Fatima Zaidi, CEO and Co-Founder of Quill Inc.

22: Fatima Zaidi, CEO and Co-Founder of Quill Inc.

April 8, 2021

Fatima Zaidi, is the CEO and co-founder of Quill Inc., who over the past few years Fatima has won two Top 30 under 30 awards, the Young Professional of the Year by Notable Life, and one of Flare Magazine’s Top 100 Women.

Fatima and I discuss her journey to always wanting to become an entrepreneur and her commitment to life-long learning. We also explore the argument for having a mentor during an entrepreneurship journey as well as Fatima’s importance of having an advisory team in place from the conception of her business. Along with how to lead during COVID-19.

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21: Kim Smiley, Artist, Fashion Designer, and Social Entrepreneur

21: Kim Smiley, Artist, Fashion Designer, and Social Entrepreneur

April 1, 2021

Kim Smiley is an artist, fashion designer, and social entrepreneur. 

Kim pursued advanced degrees at McGill and Harvard University, where she graduated first in her class. She later conducted a post-graduate fellowship in Japan. In Tokyo, Kim discovered the metallic lace that would become her eternal canvas. 

As women, Kim believes we apologize too much. So she unapologetically leaves you with this: Kim Smiley is building an Empathy Empire, marrying fashion and philanthropy, empathy and activism. She is employing newcomers in Toronto for a living wage and has bold plans to expand to India and Israel, where she envisions Arab and Jewish women working shoulder to shoulder to create pathways for peace.

Born in Montreal, Kim lives with her family in Toronto.  She loves making people feel beautiful and believes the most gorgeous human beings radiate beauty from the inside out. 

In this podcast, Kim shares her life journey, along with inspiring insights that will benefit everyone who believes in the power of empathy.

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20: Zibby Owens, Moms Don’t Have Time To Read Podcast, Creator and Host

20: Zibby Owens, Moms Don’t Have Time To Read Podcast, Creator and Host

March 24, 2021

Zibby Owens is the creator and host of the award-winning podcast Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books. Zibby, named “NYC’s Most Powerful Book-fluencer” by New York Magazine’s Vulture, conducts warm, inquisitive conversations with authors, making her show a top literary podcast as selected by Oprah.com in 2019 and 2020. She also created the Moms Don’t Have Time to Lose Weight community and hosts the accompanying podcast. Zibby is the Editor-in-Chief of Moms Don’t Have Time to Write, a Medium.com publication. Most recently, she released an anthology, Moms Don’t Have Time To: A Quarantine Anthology (Skyhorse Publishing, 2/16/21).

Zibby is a regular contributor to Good Morning America and has recommended books in the Washington Post, Real Simple, and other outlets. She has also contributed to Parents, Marie Claire, Redbook, the New York Times online, and many other publications. She has appeared on Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, the BBC, and many local news outlets. She currently has a two-book deal for children’s books with Flamingo, an imprint of Penguin Random House, and another upcoming anthology with Skyhorse Publishing: Moms Don’t Have Time To Have Kids: A Second Anthology (11/1/21).

Zibby serves on the boards of the Mount Sinai Health System, the Mount Sinai Parenting Center, the Child Mind Institute, and co-chairs the Library Council of the New York Public Library. A graduate of Yale University and Harvard Business School, Zibby currently lives in New York with her husband, Kyle Owens of Morning Moon Productions, and her four children ages 6 - 13. She always has a book nearby.

 

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19: Beth Milliard, Staff Sergeant at York Regional Police

19: Beth Milliard, Staff Sergeant at York Regional Police

February 22, 2021

Beth Milliard, PhD who was recently promoted to Staff Sergeant at York Regional Police shares her fascinating career journey in the field of policing and her academic journey that led her to obtaining a PhD, creating new knowledge in the field of peer-support programs designed to help support the mental health of police officers’. Beth shares amazing insights into how you can successfully navigate your career, take chances, while also making a difference in the world.

We all have a greater purpose in life that we are pulled towards. For us, our goal has always been to help women break barriers in their careers or their lives.

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18: Amanda Goreski, Producer, Supre Incorporated & Manager Legal Services at Slate Asset Management

18: Amanda Goreski, Producer, Supre Incorporated & Manager Legal Services at Slate Asset Management

February 18, 2021

Amanda Goreski is an inspiring leader both in the field of law and as a documentary producer.

Check out one of Amanda’s most recent documentaries called “Miracle, Baby” the story of Cory Conacher, a professional hockey player living with type 1 diabetes at: www.suprecontent.com

 

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17: Mallika Chopra - Guided Four Minute Meditation

17: Mallika Chopra - Guided Four Minute Meditation

February 4, 2021

Today's leaders need to be highly resilient and what better way to improve your ability to be resilient than to allow yourself 4 minutes to take a mindful break. COVID-19 is really testing our resiliency... so if you are having one of those days, balancing work, homeschooling, the unknown...just take 4 minutes and listen to Mallika Chopra's incredible guided meditation.

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16: Abigail Posner, Head of Strategic Planning at Google

16: Abigail Posner, Head of Strategic Planning at Google

January 26, 2021

Abigail is the Head of Strategic Planning and New Business Development at the ZOO, Google’s creative think tank for agencies and brands. She and her team works closely with the advertising and marketing communities to help develop their strategic and creative efforts for the digital space. While at Google, she has also launched an industry-first thought leadership series on human beings deep, emotional relationships with the digital space: Humanizing Digital.

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15: The Honourable Mary Ng, Member of Parliament, Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion

15: The Honourable Mary Ng, Member of Parliament, Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion

January 17, 2021

The Honourable Mary Ng was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Markham—Thornhill in April 2017 and was appointed Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion in July 2018. She was then re-elected in October 2019, and was appointed Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade in November 2019.

Mary is a devoted community leader who has always believed in the power of public service, with 20 years of experience in the areas of education, women’s leadership, job creation, and entrepreneurship.

Mary immigrated to Canada from Hong Kong with her family when she was very young, and grew up in her family’s small business – she knows first-hand the challenges and opportunities that many new Canadians face. Mary is committed to working with Justin Trudeau to grow and strengthen our middle class, and she understands what it takes to ensure well-paying jobs for the hard-working people in Markham—Thornhill.

 

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14: Pooja Handa, Anchor, CP24 & Co-Host CP24 Breakfast

14: Pooja Handa, Anchor, CP24 & Co-Host CP24 Breakfast

January 14, 2021

Pooja Handa is an award-winning broadcaster who most people recognize as the co-host of Toronto’s #1 morning show, CP24 Breakfast. Torontonians have come to know Pooja as one of the familiar faces greeting them every morning helping them start their day with a smile. She started in 2008 at CP24 as a News Anchor and Reporter and has covered everything from politics to entertainment.

She is a born storyteller, who uses her wit and humour to engage viewers. 

Pooja has hosted many prominent Toronto events including the annual Toronto International Film Festival, Pride Parade, Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival, Toronto Raptors Championship Parade, Canada’s Walk of Fame, and many more. She also makes regular appearances on CTV’s The Social and The Marilyn Dennis Show.

Before joining CP24, Pooja worked as a traffic reporter and entertainment host for Global Morning News in Toronto, where she created and hosted a unique entertainment segment called the PH FACTOR (Pooja Handa Factor). In total, Pooja has been in the business for almost 20 years.

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13: Vicki Saunders, Founder of SheEO

13: Vicki Saunders, Founder of SheEO

October 28, 2020
Vicki Saunders is the founder of SheEO.world
 
“Our ecosystem-based model dramatically improves outcomes for women entrepreneurs. With the SheEO model, women show up as customers, advisors, network connections and funders of revenue-generating women-led businesses that are working on the World’s To-Do List.” Vicki Saunders
 
 

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12: Zahra Al-harazi, Co-founder of Skillit and Author of What it Takes Interview

12: Zahra Al-harazi, Co-founder of Skillit and Author of What it Takes Interview

September 14, 2020

Zahra Al-harazi is the co-founder of Skillit (www.myskillit.com) and Author of What it Takes. Skillit is an experiential marketplace for skills. The founder and CEO of Foundry Communications, an internationally acclaimed, award-winning marketing and communications firm based in Calgary, Al-harazi was selected at Chatelaine’s Top Female Entrepreneur of the Year, named one of the Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada by the Women’s Executive Network, and voted one of RBC’s Top 25 Canadian Immigrants. Al-harazi, an internationally sought-after speaker and consultant for leading organizations around the world, also served as the Canadian ambassador for UNICEF.

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11: Rhonda Klosler, Office Market Leader, Toronto, Chief Operating Officer, at RSM Interview

11: Rhonda Klosler, Office Market Leader, Toronto, Chief Operating Officer, at RSM Interview

September 9, 2020

Rhonda Klosler is the National COO and Toronto Office Market Leader at RSM which is an international tax and accounting firm. 

As the national chief operating officer of RSM Canada, Rhonda oversees the firm’s finance, human resources, and growth initiatives. In addition, Rhonda leads the Toronto office in her role as office managing partner and executes the firm's growth plans in the Toronto market. Rhonda is a graduate of Brock University, and a CPA, CA, having earned her designation in 1993. That same year, she joined the predecessor firm and was made a partner in 2001. In 2012, Rhonda completed the Harvard Business School Professional Services program.

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10: Jodi Kovitz, Author of Go Out of Your Way & Founder of Move The Dial Interview

10: Jodi Kovitz, Author of Go Out of Your Way & Founder of Move The Dial Interview

August 28, 2020

Jodi Kovitz, the author of a book called Go Out of Your Way! and Founder of Move The Dial is our special guest today. Her book demonstrates how one small act can "Move the Dial" in Business and Life where she explores ideas and solutions rather than focusing on the problem. 

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09: Councillor Sandra Racco, City of Vaughan Interview

09: Councillor Sandra Racco, City of Vaughan Interview

August 26, 2020

Councillor Sandra Yeung Racco has worked tirelessly on behalf of her constituents for more than 15 years. She was first elected in 2003 and is currently the longest serving Asian female politician in the City of Vaughan and York Region. Now entering into her fifth term on Vaughan Council, she has been a driving force in bringing new parks, community centres, and vital services to her constituents. Additionally, she has played an integral role in arts and cultural initiatives, addressing the needs of youth and seniors, advocating for strong comprehensive development of the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, and collaborating with various levels of government to get much needed infrastructure in place, including the opening of the subway into the City of Vaughan in December 2017.

 

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08: Jana Webb, Founder of Joga Interview

08: Jana Webb, Founder of Joga Interview

August 26, 2020

Jana Webb is an inspirational industry disruptor who is the founder and CEO of Joga a hybrid of the science of yoga with the biomechanics of sport movement. She is an innovator, a creator, an entrepreneur, a businesswoman, a teacher, a mother, a TEDx presenter, a published fitness writer, an ambassador, a media sensationalist a renowned speaker, and was on the reality show the desperate housewives of Toronto. In this episode, Jana shares with the audience her inspiring journey.

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07: Tiffany Pham, Founder and CEO of MOGUL Interview

07: Tiffany Pham, Founder and CEO of MOGUL Interview

August 25, 2020

Tiffany Pham is Founder and CEO of MOGUL, author of Girl Mogul & You Are a Mogul, and was recognized as one of “30 Most Important Women Under 30 in Tech” among many other highly impressive and well-deserved awards and recognitions.

Headquartered in NYC, Mogul was named one of the 100 Most Exciting Startups by Business Insider, Best Website for Finding Top Talent by Inc. Magazine, Top Website for Marketing Your Company Online by Forbes, and Top Online Learning Platform by Entrepreneur. Mogul was also Winner of the Cadillac Innovator Award, Winner of the Northwestern Mutual Innovation & Inclusion Award, Winner of the Alice Paul Equality Award, Winner of the Corporate Culture Award, Winner of the 2018 Best Women-Focused Companies, and has been honored by Business Insider "30 Under 30", ELLE Magazine "30 Under 30", City of Fort Worth, City of New York, and City of Paris.

For every $1 that Mogul earns, Mogul provides free educational resources to women in need through international partners such as the United Nations.

@tifftpham

 

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