The Aga Khan Education Board for Canada and Technovation invites you to a Panel Discussion with Women Leaders in Technology

The Aga Khan Education Board for Canada and Technovation invites you to a Panel Discussion with Women Leaders in Technology

The Aga Khan Education Board for Canada and Technovation cordially invite you to a panel discussion featuring women leaders in technology entitled “Leadership Stories”. This event will bring together professional women in technology and related fields including prospective mentors and key partners to kick off Technovation Challenge in Canada.

Featuring

  • Frenny Bawa, Senior Business Executive, Former VP Global Business Development, RIM
  • Karimah Es Sabar, President & CEO, Centre for Drug Research & Development
  • Alexandra Fedorova, Associate Professor, School of Computing Science, SFU
  • Cybele Negris, Co-Founder and President, Webnames.ca Inc.
  • Shaherose Charania, CEO and Co-Founder, Women 2.0
  • Louise Turner, President, Premier’s Technology Council
  • Kimberly Voll, Faculty, Centre for Digital Media

Special Introduction by Anar Simpson, Global Ambassador, Technovation Challenge

Saturday Dec 8, 2012 – 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Ismaili Centre, Burnaby
4010 Canada Way
Burnaby, BC

Register here:
http://technovationkickoffcanada.eventbrite.ca/
Please register by Dec 3, 2012 as space is limited.

Feel free to forward this invite to those in your network whom you feel are suitable attendees.

Author: ismailimail

Independent, civil society media featuring Ismaili Muslim community, inter and intra faith endeavors, achievements and humanitarian works.

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