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Canada Southern Railway Station

750 Talbot St.

Saint Thomas, ON N5P 4H4

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The Elgin/St. Thomas Small Business Enterprise Centre, the Elgin Business Resource Centre and the St. Thomas & District Chamber of Commerce invite you to celebrate International Women's Day!


Learn how community involvement and inclusivity can positively impact your business.


Evening Agenda:

5 pm – 6 pm Women in Biz showcase, networking, local food

6 pm – 6:15 Greetings & Welcome

6:15 pm - 6:50 pm Megan Walker, Executive Director, London Abused Women's Centre

6:50 - 7:25 pm Sarah Saska, Co-founder and CEO of Feminuity

7:25 pm – 7:40 pm Q & A

7:40 pm – 7:50 pm Wrap Up

**You can purchase tickets online or at the Elgin Business Resource Centre (300 South Edgeware Rd, St. Thomas) or the Elgin/St. Thomas Small Business Enterprise Centre (10 Mondamin St., St. Thomas)


About our Speakers:

Megan Walker

A visionary Executive Director at London Abused Women's Centre. Results-driven with numerous successes achieved locally, provincially, nationally and internationally. Knowledgeable of community, health, justice and social service sectors. Consulted internationally re: innovative intimate partner and sexual violence programs, prostitution and sex trafficking, public awareness programs and fund development. Respected as a strong partner with diverse communities as well as private, public and labour stakeholders. A creative problem solver.

Dr. Sarah Saska

As the Co-Founder and CEO of Feminuity, Dr. Sarah Saska partners with innovative companies around the world to help them embrace diversity and inclusion strategies to design better products, processes, and services and to build company cultures where people feel they belong.

Sarah is a member of the Advisory Council for the School of Advanced Studies in the Arts and Humanities at Western University, as well as The MATCH International Women's Fund. She is a mentor with MentorU, and she sits on the Board of Directors for Wen-Do Women's Self Defence. Sarah has also twice been named amongst the Women’s Executive Network’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada.


Events like this cannot happen without strong community support! We would like to thank our Partners:













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