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Women Get On Board events aim to empower women on their journey to corporate boards and to help prepare executives to become board-ready. Our events also provide good networking opportunities to connect with our WGOB community of engaged women and men that are committed to advancing gender diversity in the boardroom.
Events are complimentary for members (a membership benefit) and complimentary for guests of our National Strategic Partners who host our events. Use the member discount codes that are provided to our members and our partners.
Non-members are welcome to join us at events for a nominal fee.
We welcome men to attend and participate at our events.
2019 Past Events
February 6, 2019 – Breakfast Event
Gowling WLG, our National Strategic Partner, is pleased to host “The Role of the Board in M&A transactions: Creating Value and Minimizing Risk”
Moderator: Norma Beauchamp
Panelist: Steven Latinovich and Kathleen Ritchie
April 10, 2019 – Evening Event
Marsh Canada, our National Strategic Partner, is pleased to host “Hot Topics in Directors & Officers (D&O) Risk and Insurance: Climate Change, Respectful Workplace (#MeToo), Cannabis and Blockchain & Cryptocurrency”
Speakers: Dianne Morrison, Karen Lockridge, Ilana Hechter, Jennifer Hustwitt
June 13, 2019 – Board Diversity – Are You an Agent of Change?
For more details: https://gpcanada.org/event-3324561
Partnering with GPC
September 23, 2019 – Breakfast Event
BMO Bank of Montreal, our National Strategic Partner, is pleased to host “Evaluating Financing Solutions in the Boardroom”
Speakers: Steven Jensen, Hesham Abourahma, Julia Davidson
November 5, 2019 – Evening Event
KPMG LLP, our National Strategic Partner, is pleased to host “Audit Committee Effectiveness”
Moderator: Silvia Montefiore
Panelists: Trish Volker and Aida Cipolla
Photography & Video:
Events may be photographed and may be videotaped. If you have any concerns or questions please contact us at [email protected]. The resulting images may be used in Women Get On Board advertisements including print and digital, electronic communications including event announcements, emails and on Women Get On Board’s social media channels.