Toronto Does it Right – Celebrating Black History Month

Toronto Does it Right – Celebrating Black History Month

Where to go in Toronto to learn more about Black History Month. We are lucky to live in such a multicultural city where we celebrate our roots and admire each other for our uniqueness. The world is still seemingly always in some sort of dispute over perceived “differences” when really, we are all citizens of […]

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Dress with Finesse

Dress with Finesse

How to take your professional and personal wardrobe from zero to sixty Ever look at your wardrobe and think to yourself “I need a change and I’m bored of wearing the same things day in and day out”, or more simply “I need help”? There are pieces that you have had since the dawn of […]

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New Decade, New Professional You – 4 Tips to Make it Count

New Decade, New Professional You – 4 Tips to Make it Count

Get ahead of the professional game with these four tips. We’re halfway through January and we want to help you stay on track with your goals.The holidays are over and you have probably had your fill of pecan pie, butter tarts, all the meats, gravy, and potatoes. I mean, lots of potatoes! You had red […]

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Lean In Canada – Ivey Scholarship Winners

Lean In Canada – Ivey Scholarship Winners

As pictured above: Julia Gordon, Chelsea Angel, Nishita Hore, Alexandra Krolak and Helette Conradie. Missing from photo: Rabia Kamal and Katherine Quan.   Lean In Canada is proud to introduce the recipients of the Ivey MBA Class of 2020 Lean In Canada Scholarship. “By partnering with Lean in Canada, we are building on the strengths […]

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Support Systems for Women, Like Women Who Code Toronto, Make a Difference

Support Systems for Women, Like Women Who Code Toronto, Make a Difference

Helping women to excel in their careers by creating a lasting network Did you know that one of the first known computer programmers in the world was a woman? Ada Lovelace wrote the first machine algorithm for an early computer machine that existed on paper in the 1840’s. Today this comes off as shocking considering […]

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