Carol Kitchen, President and CEO of UFA Co-operative LTD., is committed to preserving the strong co-operative history in Alberta and continue building UFA’s success on both local and global scales.
In May 2017, Gina was appointed Deputy Minister of Status of Women Canada.
A leader for more than 20 years in the energy and telecommunications industries.
Patti Po, President and CEO of Calgary Arts Development, is an avid arts champion with an extensive track record of leadership in Calgary.
Barbara became known to millions of Canadians when she became the first woman from Atlantic Canada to land a venture-capital deal on the CBC TV show Dragons’ Den for The 7 Virtues Beauty. She went on to become the “Top Game Changer” in the history of the show for creating her social enterprise.
Nirmala Naidoo is an award-winning television anchor and journalist who was declared “a person of extraordinary ability” by the United Stated Government.
Boasting more than 30 years in both amateur and professional figure skating, Elizabeth Manley has participated in two Olympic Games (where she won the 1988 silver medal and became the Olympic freestyle champion), six World Championships, and has won three National Titles
Dr. Deborah Saucier is an accomplished academic and successful university administrator. In July 2017, Dr. Saucier joined MacEwan University as president.
Marie Henein is counted among the best of Canada’s criminal defense lawyers. A senior partner of Henein Hutchison LLP, which is recognized as one of the country’s Top Ten Litigation Boutiques, she has been the counsel on a number of high profile cases.
Emm Gryner, who grew up in Lambton County is a 3-time Juno Award-nominated singer-songwriter with over 15 albums to her credit.