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Career Development Webinar "Women in Male Dominated Industries", presented by WIL Saskatchewan Chapter

Join the Saskatchewan chapter of Women in Leadership on Thursday September 14 to hear about the experiences of wormen working in male-dominated industries.

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Career Development Webinar "Women in Male Dominated Industries", presented by WIL Saskatchewan Chapter
Career Development Webinar "Women in Male Dominated Industries", presented by WIL Saskatchewan Chapter

Time & Location

14 sept. 2023, 11:00 – 12:00 UTC−7

Virtual Event

About the Event

The Saskatchewan chapter of Women in Leadership is excited to bring together a panel of women who have thrived in male-dominated industries.  Hear about their experiences and how they have navigated the challenges of being one of few women in their workplaces to become leaders and role models for other women. 

Following our panel presentation, time permitting, we’ll break into intimate networking groups. In this, you’ll get to know a little bit about each other while building and fortifying your network of existing and aspiring women leaders.

Speaker Bios:

Shelly Lowe, RCMP; Director of RCMP Departmental Security, Retired

Inspector Shelly Lowe has recently retired from the RCMP where she worked as an operational Police Officer for 25 years.  She most recently was the Director of RCMP Departmental Security for six provinces where she led a team of over 100 employees.  She has occupied roles in Corporate and Client Services, Professional Standards and Executive Management over the last 8 years, which has provided her with extensive experience in progressive leadership and workplace relations.  Early in her career, Shelly led the way as the first female firearms instructor and public and police safety instructor for the RCMP in the province of Saskatchewan.  She has also led large scale security operations for high profile VIP visits within the province, such as His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Secretary of State and former First Lady Hillary Clinton and Former First Lady Michelle Obama, as well as multiple provincial visits of Prime Ministers and Governor Generals.   She also led the security operations for the RCMP for Craven Country Music Jamboree in 2013.  Shelly has been an advocate and strong supporter of women in leadership within the RCMP and recognizes the need for more female mentors within the RCMP.    

Amanda Ruller, Running Backs Coach; Central Washington University

Amanda has a long career in sport. From competing on the Track and Soccer team at the University of Regina, then on the Canadian Bobsled/ Skeleton team and Team Canada Football, she has now transitioned to a full time football coach.

Amanda started coaching running back at the University of McMaster for two seasons. She has experience coaching in the CFL for the Saskatchewan Roughriders as an assistant guest coach for the running backs and just last year did her Bill Walsh Fellowship with the Seattle Seahawks in the NFL as an Assistant Running Backs Coach. She now is the Running Backs coach in the NCAA at Central Washington University in her first season. Amanda is a ground breaking in the football industry and her goal is to be a head coach someday.

Jenn Denouden, CEO; Avana

Jenn Denouden's journey as the CEO of Avana is one of breaking barriers, shattering glass ceilings, and paving the way for change. Having faced adversity in a male-dominated industry, Jenn's determination to fight for equality and empower others is deeply rooted in her experiences. She champions meaningful discussions on pay equity, female leadership, affordable housing, and the limitless possibilities of personal growth. 

Jenn's transformative leadership has garnered recognition, including being named among the Top 40 Under 40 in Construction and being celebrated as one of Saskatchewan's Future 40 young leaders, thinkers, builders, and change-makers by CBC. Her journey is not just about leading a successful company; it's about rewriting the narrative of what is possible for women in business. Jenn's vision and passion for equality have been the driving forces behind her success.

With Avana, Jenn and her diverse team are revolutionizing the real estate industry, creating an inclusive and equitable space where everyone can thrive. Through her inspiring story and unwavering commitment, Jenn Denouden is building homes, breaking down barriers, and shaping a brighter future for all.

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Founded in 2001, Women In Leadership Foundation (WIL) delivers inspirational programs that bring women together to collaborate in the development of their leadership skills & creates positive change in the future of women’s leadership.

Learn more at womeninleadership.ca.

Participation is FREE but attendance is limited. Register today.

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