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Art of Leadership for Women

April 5, 2019

Vancouver Convention Center, 1055 Canada Place, Vancouver, BC

The Art of Leadership for Women brings together a unique collection of extraordinary, influential women whose talent, drive and passion have established them as dynamic leaders and change agents. From world leaders, business icons, bestselling authors, academics and more, these powerful role models share their personal stories while shining a humanistic lens on many of the narratives and issues confronting women today. 

2019 Speakers:

  • Malala Yousafzai – Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, International Bestselling Author and Founder of Malala Fund
  • Emily Chang – Anchor & Executive Producer, Bloomberg Technology, Emmy Award Winning Journalist and Bestselling Author
  • Dr Tasha Eurich – Organizational Psychologist, Researcher and NY Times Bestselling Author
  • Tiffani Bova – Growth & Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce and Bestselling Author
  • Laura Gassner Otting – Chief Catalyzing Officer at Limitless Possibility and Author

Special Offer – Save up to $100 per pass!

Register using promo code ASTTBC33 and save $50 per pass.
Save an additional $50 per pass when you register 5 or more people at the same time.

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Creating Connections 6.0

May 3-4, 2019

Vancouver Marriott Pinnacle Downtown, 1128 W Hastings Street, Vancouver, BC

Creating Connections 6.0 is a biennial diversity conference on attracting, engaging, and retaining women and underrepresented groups in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).   The conference welcomes STEM professionals, academics, and students of all genders and backgrounds for two days of personal and professional development, networking, and inspiration. Creating Connections is hosted by Westcoast Women in Engineering, Science and Technology (WWEST), the operating name of the current NSERC Chair for Women in Science and Engineering for the BC/Yukon Region held by Professor Lesley Shannon of Simon Fraser University.

Registration is open and early bird pricing is $55–135 until March 31.  Also offered is onsite childcare and travel bursaries for attendees in BC and Yukon. Visit the website for more information about the programkeynotes, and volunteer opportunities.