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Our latest Women Transforming The Workplace whitepaper has landed! Inside, you’ll find sharp insights from the inspiring women who attended our think thank sessions. In this whitepaper, we discuss concrete solutions to mitigate unconscious biases at work and encourage female leadership. It’s a definite must-read!

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shattering the glass ceiling

Gina Cody has been interested in engineering since her early childhood in Iran. In 1989, she became the first woman to earn a PhD in building engineering from Concordia University. Since then, she has paved the way for many young women, working throughout her career to support women in the industry. To celebrate her achievements, in 2018, Concordia’s faculty of engineering and computer science was renamed the Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science.

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unconscious bias survey

We surveyed 2000 working Canadians to understand their perception regarding the impact of unconscious bias on women in the workplace.

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our team

  • marie-noelle morency

    marie-noëlle morency

    program ideator

    Marie-Noëlle acts as head of communications for Randstad Canada. Her passion: crafting and telling stories that inform, stories that move, stories that make you think.

  • carolyn levy

    carolyn levy

    program ambassador | chief diversity officer

    Carolyn Levy is the president of Randstad's Technologies division, and a passionate advocate for advancing women in the workplace, particularly in STEM.

  • jennifer hargreaves

    jennifer hargreaves

    think tank moderator

    Jennifer Hargreaves is founder & CEO of tellent, an online community and resource for professional women to pursue flexible careers.

 

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For any interview request, and to learn more about the survey and the program, please contact:

Ann Yourt | responsible for Canada

647.216.0624

anne.yourt@gmail.com

Patricia Archambault | responsible for Québec

514.710.1044

patricia.archambault@tuttiquanti.org