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2021-road-show Women Drive Change – Toronto

September 17 @ 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

$10.00 – $75.00

Women Drive Change

We are on the Roadways across Canada to Raise the Bar for women to be seen, heard, and valued! The 2021 Road Show features inspiring women from diverse industries making an impact, inspiring others to take action to SupportHER, and driving change!

This is the decade for women to drive change!

Now more than voices are needed to bring about the insight and perspectives required to ensure bright futures for us all.

It’s time for women to drive change.

Our goal is to take action to break down barriers to further amplify the voices of women in under-served  areas, industries, at the boardroom table, in the workplace, and in the community. To unite people,  companies committed to diversity and inclusion, and elevate the voices of female entrepreneurs,  business leaders, and change-makers, and position Canada as a global diversity leader. Indigenous women of this land be a valued part of the 2021 Road Show. Together we are stronger and the importance of ensuring every voice is honoured.

Meet 100 Women of Inspiration Book Contributors

Our mission is to empower and connect 1 billion women.

COVID-19 – Due to COVID-19 we will be postponed to 2022. We are going virtual. Stay tuned!

COVID-19 restrictions for outdoor gatherings as per local health regulations. Proof of vaccination may be required. Masks recommended.


SPEAKERS | PANELISTS | PERFORMERS – See All 2021 Road Show Speakers

Katherine (Katie) Dudtschak – EVP, Regional Banking, Personal and Commercial Banking | 100 Women of Inspiration™ Book Contributor

 

Patricia Gagic – International Artist, Philanthropist |Women of Inspiration™ Lifetime Achievement | 100 Women of Inspiration™ Book Contributor @PatriciaGagic

 

Suzie York – Founder and CEO, Love Good Fats | 100 Women of Inspiration™ Book Contributor | @lovegoodfats

 

Adrianne Fekete – Founder and CEO, Star Quality Private Investigations | 100 Women of Inspiration™ Book Contributor | @STARPI

 

Siobhan Calderbank -Director Talent Management, LCBO | 2019 Women of Inspiration™ Diversity and Inclusion Award | 100 Women of Inspiration™ Book Contributor

 

Andrea Carter – Founder and CEO, Building Better Organizations | 100 Women of Inspiration™ Book Contributor | @AndreaCarterINC

 

Monica Kretschmer – Founder and CEO, Universal Womens Network™ | Women of Inspiration™ Awards | SupportHER™ | The Nest Foundation™ | @UWomensNetwork | @UniversalWomensNetwork | @MonicaVKretschmer | @WomenofInspirationAwards

 

Unstoppable Tracy – Motivational Speaker, 2019 Women of Inspiration™ Change Agent  | 100 Women of Inspiration™ Book Contributor | @unstoppabletrac | @UnstoppableTracy

Michael Burns – CEO, Valour Games 2022 – SupportHER™ | @Valourgames2022


PERFORMANCES

Brian Melo – Toronto – Performer | @Brianmelomusic | @BrianMeloMusic | Musician | Songwriter | Artist

Hamilton’s singer-songwriter Brian Melo became a household name in 2007 after winning Canadian Idol. His desire was to be more than just your average rock star; Brian wanted to write music that would excite, entertain and inspire his newly loyal fans, while remaining true to himself.

​Brian’s debut album “Livin’ It” revealed his fast emerging songwriting instincts. The album achieved Gold Status and his first single “All I Ever Wanted” hit #1 on the charts, and became the unofficial anthem for the 2008 Canadian Summer Olympics Team. Brian charted two additional singles, “Shine” and “Summertime” from his debut and “Summertime” was also covered by Australian Idol Shannon Noll and was a Top 20 hit down under.


 

Help us spread the word to your network, community, and workplace to Raise the Bar for women to be seen, heard, and valued.

We are a social enterprise and women-owned business. Every membership, ticket, program, sponsorship dollar enables us to continue to do the work we do to SupportHER.

Thank you to our Partners and SupportHERs We would not drive change without you!

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Details

Date:
September 17
Time:
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm EDT
Cost:
$10.00 – $75.00
Event Category:

Venue

Toronto
Canada

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