A podcast series profiling female leaders from various industries and sectors and at different stages in their careers sharing their personal and professional journeys.
Tracey Pearce Podcast
Tracey Pearce - President, Distribution and Pay, Bell Media Tracey has great advice for young adults trying to figure it out "I would tell my 18 year old self that vulnerability is not a weakness".
Emilie Carrey Podcast
Emilie Carrey- World Champion Beatboxer
In 2015, at the age of 18, Emilie Carrey AKA Sparx, became the first Canadian woman invited to the Beatbox World Championship in Berlin Germany placing 2nd in the world; "I wanted to be the first woman in Canada to bring that legacy here".
Christiane Bergevin Podcast
Christiane Bergevin- President Bergevin Capital; Former Chair of the Board of Directors - The Canadian Chamber of Commerce
Christiane Bergevin, who until recently was the Chair of the Board of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce is particularly proud of this accomplishment; "We are one of the first large scale associations in Canada to have a 40% objective of women on our board and in our executive ranks".
Allana Davis Podcast
Allana Davis- Owner of MakeupLady
At the age of 16, Allana Davis was on social assistance and lived in government housing. Today she is the owner of MakeupLady, a stylish boutique salon. "When you're living in poverty, there are only two ways you can go - you can say this is my life or you can look at the people around you that are inspiring".
Chief Ava Hill Podcast
Ava Hill- Chief of the Six Nations of the Grand River Reserve.
This reserve is the biggest population wise in Canada. At one point in her career, Chief Hill realized that she needed to step up and assume leadership; "I was always behind the scenes listening and learning and figured that I might as well throw my hat in the ring and put forth my own concerns".
Laurie Swami Podcast
Laurie Swami- President and CEO, Nuclear Waste Management Organization
As an engineer and a leader working in nuclear, Laurie Swami has a lot of experience and advice for women working in a male dominated industry; "Sometimes you're not viewed as the boss because you're the only woman in the room".