CELEBRATING WOMEN ON BOARDS

BMO and Women Get On Board recognized five women from across Canada who excel in and out of the boardroom. (2 from Western Canada, 2 from Central Canada and 1 from Eastern Canada).

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2022 HONOUREES

Western

“I am honoured, and deeply humbled, to be named an honouree for the 2022 BMO Celebrating Women on Boards. Ruth Bader Ginsberg once said, “Women belong in all places where decisions are made. It shouldn’t be that women are the exception.” Thank you Women Get On Board and BMO for supporting, advancing, empowering and recognizing women in our nation’s boardrooms.”

“I am deeply honoured to be recognized as a recipient of the 2022 BMO Celebrating Women on Boards. Thank you to BMO and Women Get On Board for inspiring diversity, equity and inclusion of thought in boardroom governance.”

Central

“It is a personal honour to be recognized with other women who I admire. I hope this recognition encourages other women to lift others as they climb.”

“It’s a wonderful honour for me to be selected by my peers and recognized for the changes I’ve made on the boards on which I serve. It means my work in the areas of diversity, board governance and effectiveness, and my dedication in advocating for and mentoring other women who are at the beginning of their board careers is valued and appreciated. It’s a true honour to be recognized among this group of amazing, talented, and accomplished women board leaders. Thank you and congratulations to all my fellow honourees!”

Eastern

“Thank you to BMO and Women Get On Board for this honour, and for their work every day to champion progressive change. By shining a light on women on boards, they are encouraging more women to step forward for board service, and more boards to benefit from the excellent talent pool of women candidates. It inspires me to continue to open doors for others and put the diversity of thought and experiences to work for stronger governance and overall performance.”

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2021 HONOUREES

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