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Women's History Month Breakfast

Oct 17, 2017 07:30AM to Oct 17, 2017 08:30AM


October is Women’s History Month in Canada. It is a time for Canadians to celebrate the achievements of women and girls as trailblazers throughout our history. It is a time to learn about the contributions women have made that have shaped our way of life.  Women’s History Month includes two important commemorative dates for women and girls: International Day of the Girl on October 11th and Persons Day on October 18th, the day in 1929 that Canada’s highest court ruled to include women in the legal definition of “persons”.

Tuesday October 17, 2017
Conexus Arts Center - Theatre Lobby
Doors Open 7:30 am
Keynote: 8:00 - 8:45 am

$30* / person
$240* / table of 8

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Registration deadline Thursday, Oct 12th.

Keynote Speaker Briana Brownell
Founder and CEO of Pure Strategy Inc.

Picking Up STEAM – Why Diverse Organizations Win

Would you want to be part of a team that consistently comes up with the best ideas and innovations?  Who always finds creative solutions to problems?  Who succeed seemingly effortlessly, despite challenges and unpredictable setbacks? If yes, you want to be part of a diverse team! 

It’s been well-documented that teams with different backgrounds, ethnicities, and gender do a better job of solving problems and strategically advancing their organizations.  But diversity, especially in STEAM, means that recruiting, retaining and promoting diverse talent is challenging.  Let’s talk about why diversity matters and how you can foster an environment where diversity is celebrated and leveraged as a tool to help your organization succeed! 

Briana Brownell is founder and CEO of Pure Strategy Inc., a technology company that helps organizations make use of large volumes of data about their customers and market by creating an artificial intelligence engine to perform data analysis tasks normally done by human analysts. 

She started her journey of entrepreneurship after 10 years as a data scientist in the marketing research and finance industries and is a frequent speaker on AI technology, data science, and machine learning.  Throughout her career, she has published on subjects as widely varied as gamification, climate change, new product adoption, pricing strategy, and advertising effectiveness, and has lead advanced analytical data projects with top tier companies in pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, banking, insurance, utilities, and retail, among many others.  She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from the University of Saskatchewan and a Master of Arts in Economics from Carleton University and is an avid promoter of women in STEAM fields.

*All prices subject to GST.

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