Toronto, get ready for Nicolle!
Lean In Canada is excited to announce Toronto’s Lean In Chapter President, Nicolle White.
Nicolle joins Lean In Canada as Toronto’s first regional chapter president, and the organization’s second regional chapter president, after Flo Leung, chapter president for Lean In Canada’s Vancouver chapter. Her arrival to Lean In Canada comes timely as it coincides with Lean In Canada’s 5th anniversary.
Nicolle will be right at the helm of Toronto’s chapter growth, providing more opportunities for connection at Lean In Canada’s monthly events on themes such as: Effective Negotiation (June), Trailblazing Women in STEM (November), and the always-popular #MenLeanIn Panel (December).
With over a decade of leadership experience, Nicolle is currently a Director at retail experience agency, AVIDA, and as the only woman on the executive leadership team, she is dedicated to being the voice of women both in and outside of the company. She empowers teams to bring unique perspective and supports innovative and diverse thinking. We look forward to introducing Nicolle to you, and if you see her at a future event, don’t be shy to say hi!
Interested in joining Nicolle and the Toronto Chapter Executive Team? We’ll be posting multiple volunteer positions shortly on: www.LeanInCanada.com/volunteers
About Nicolle White:
Nicolle is an accomplished Director, leading multi-disciplinary teams to launch high profile branding and marketing programs. She began her career in retail operations, and quickly advanced to senior project management and operations roles including Client Program Manager at Assurant Inc., and Director, Program Management at Interbrand Canada.
Nicolle is currently a Director at retail experience agency, AVIDA, and as the only woman on the executive leadership team, she is dedicated to being the voice of women both in and outside of the company. Nicolle commits her time to empowering and supporting women both professionally and personally, and has been involved for many years in women’s advancement organizations including OmniWomen, the Bishop Strachan School Alumni Association, and youth girls’ mentorship groups.
Nicolle earned her BA in Sociology, minor in Marketing from Concordia University, attended McGill University for Public Relations, and in 2015, through her studies at the University of Toronto, was designated a Project Management Professional (PMP).