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Speaker Series Webinar "What I Need From You: Insight and Experience From Young Leaders"

Presented by the WIL Saskatchewan Chapter

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Speaker Series Webinar "What I Need From You: Insight and Experience From Young Leaders"
Speaker Series Webinar "What I Need From You: Insight and Experience From Young Leaders"

Time & Location

Feb 28, 2024, 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PST

Virtual Event

About the Event

This webinar is facilitated by the WIL Saskatchewan Chapter.

Join this virtual event to hear from two young women leaders about their experiences in the workplace, what they are looking for from their leaders and mentors, and their insights about leadership, success, and the path ahead.

Cymric Leask

Cymric Leask started at Battle River Treaty 6 Health Centre in November 2021 as HIV Project Coordinator and outreach worker for the Rapid Access to Addiction Medicine Clinic. Cymric graduated with a Bachelor of Psychology from the University of Saskatchewan with an emphasis on cognition and community relations. Prior to her role with BRT6HC, Cymric worked as a frontline worker in supportive housing for both youth and adult clients. Cymric is passionate about dismantling barriers to accessing health care, particularly for folks who have historically been stigmatized, marginalized, and traumatized in healthcare contexts.

Lovely Es Amuan

My name is Lovely Es Amuan. I am a mining engineering technology student at Saskatchewan Polytechnic, a mining engineering technician co-op intern at Nutrien, and a digital media coordinator for Women in Mining Canada. I have always been passionate about technology and the arts. In my free time, I pursue my interests in photography, 3D design, coding, and learning French and Spanish. My ultimate goal is to become a capable leader who inspires and empowers young people, especially women, to pursue and achieve their dreams.

Georgia Shields

Georgia Shields is an accomplished professional with expertise in procurement and contract management. Georgia currently hold the position as a Coordinator of Procurement Operations at Nutrien's Rocanville site, where she is responsible for writing and negotiating contracts for various mining services at the Potash site. Georgia holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Mount Royal University, with a double major in Supply Chain Management and General Management, and a minor in Finance & Economics. Her career at Nutrien began with a one-year internship at the Rocanville Potash Mine, during which she demonstrated exceptional skills, dedication, and a hard work ethic. As a result, she secured a full-time position and was given the opportunity to help lead the Rocanville Procurement Operations team in strategic sourcing initiatives and contract management.

Limited spots available for the live session. All who register will receive a recording of the event.

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