She is anything but ordinary, turning "no" into "yes" faster than you can say "Chutzpah". Paloma Lev is the leader of the Badass Communicators club, passionately teaching talented people to get out of their own way by teaching confidence, selling, pitch and copy. She has a way with words that puts Shakespeare to shame; with a master of English from the University of Toronto and 6+ years of coaching, we can say she is a master of her craft.
YWiB Vancouver member McKenzie Rainey shares her tips on what she did when her career plans did a sudden 180 and her systematic approach to informational interviews.
At "Beyond the Glass Ceiling: Women Powerhouses," five prominent and inspiring Vancouver leaders joined our discussion on women and leadership.
On August 29th, YWiB Vancouver hosted an open house event to bring together Vancouver's community of amazing and talented women.
Find out why the BLOSSOM Mentorship program was so valuable to UBC student, Samantha Chung.
...What do you most admire about your mentor?
The thing that I admire most about my mentor is her ability to be so involved and committed in every aspect of her life. Whether it is herself, work, family, friends, or the community, she makes time for everything that matters to her. It’s amazing that such a busy woman can have time for it all. If I can be half of what she is when I’m older, I think that would be...
Week 7 marks the conclusion of our YWiB Member Spotlight Series! Although we had to finish one week early due to certain circumstances, we are happy to bring you not three but four amazing ladies in our last blog post. Thank you for all the support, and we hope you were just as happy and delightfully surprised as we were about some of the wonderful members YWiB is proud to have.
Week 6 of our Member Spotlight Series has arrived! This week we (try to) move yet another year level up, and although Jenny isn't in third year, she ― along with the other week 6 ladies, Felicia and Susanna ― applied to join the YWiB 2015/2016 executive team next year! The votes are in but results have not yet been released so stay tuned to find out who will be your VPs for the next school year!
For the past six years the Young Women in Business chapter at Simon Fraser University has hosted an annual International Women’s Day Conference. The event focuses on a day-long networking experience involving workshops and speakers from a variety of industries. It provided great opportunities for delegates to grow their professional network and learn valuable skills. Although the
Learn about this TD Canada Trust job opening. Think "TD" if you crave meaningful work and embrace change like we do. We are a trusted North American leader that cares about people and inspires them to move forward.
Supporting Our University Leaders (SOUL) Mentorship Program, initially launched in 2009, is a student-run program unique to YWiB SFU. SOUL connects driven business professionals from various industries with ambitious SFU students. Each pairing is matched based on the personal and professional career aspirations of the student to foster an educational mentorship.