Partners

WHY PARTNER WITH US

Diversity is important to your company and you believe in empowering women to succeed. Partnering with Lean In Canada is a great opportunity to make it known!

  • Tap into Lean In Canada's extensive network of professional women across Canada (3000 members and growing)

    Tap into Lean In Canada's extensive network of professional women across Canada (3000 members and growing)

  • Be featured at Lean In Canada events and on our website, social media channels and more

    Be featured at Lean In Canada events and on our website, social media channels and more

  • Gain access to exclusive sponsorship perks, including a private Lean In Circles workshop at your company

    Gain access to exclusive sponsorship perks, including a private Lean In Circles workshop at your company

WANT TO KNOW MORE?

Contact us at partnership@leanincanada.com for more information on how you can get involved with our community.

OUR PARTNERS

Platinum Partners

“Secret is committed to helping women across the globe, which is why this partnership with Lean In Canada is such a natural fit for us. We are strong supporters of the work Lean In Canada does to help inspire and empower more women across Canada.” – MELISSA KARIS, BEAUTY COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, P&G CANADA
"We've always sought to make the pie bigger. Supporting Lean In Canada does this by building the capabilities of its members - and the connections between them." – RANDALL CRAIG, PRESIDENT, 108 IDEASPACE
The positive effect of having more women in leadership positions has been well-documented. By partnering with Lean In Canada, we can build on the strengths of both of our organizations to encourage even more women to seek positions of leadership around the world. – Jenni Denniston, Director, Recruiting and Admissions, Masters Programs at the Ivey Business School

Partners (Gold)

Partners (Silver)

Business Advisors

In 2013, when Sheryl Sandberg's book, Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead, was released, it was something that Christina Rupsingh, Despina Zanganas, and Sarah Kwan individually knew they needed to read. One of the key points of the book was this: that we need to actively build our own support systems in order to be successful. After discovering each other's mutual passion for supporting professional women, they began meeting in Despina's office with a group of 20, and before long, knew they were on to something special. Joined by Pam Sethi in 2014, they formed Lean In Canada, with the mandate to build a thriving community of women who come together and celebrate each other's successes and ambitions.

Partners