Senior Executives

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Priceless

July, 15th, 2013

How Betty DeVita, President of MasterCard Canada, challenged herself to diversify her skillset by going global By Heather Pengelley | Photography By Nick Wong Download Article “I always knew I wanted to run something,” says Betty DeVita. “A key insight for me is to know yourself, understand what you’re good at, and really work that.” […]


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An Incredible Story of Continuous Growth

March, 7th, 2013

Women of Influence sits down for an exclusive interview with Jessica LeCroy, lawyer, diplomat, independent corporate director and Mississippi farmer.


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Leading By Example

September, 12th, 2012

Running a successful corporate diversity program is about more than just “doing the right thing.” By: Ellen J. Moore, Chairman, President and CEO, Chubb Insurance Company of Canada


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Great Expectations

September, 12th, 2012

After growing Today’s Parent Group into a multimillion-dollar media giant, Beverly Topping continues to be a fearless entrepreneur, advisor and high-stakes mentor


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Pointe-à-succès

September, 10th, 2012

Manon Blanchette, Chief Operating Officer at Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal’s Museum of Archaeology and History, turned her passion for studying the past into a thriving cultural career. By: Carolyn Patricia Grisold


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Passion Into Action

June, 19th, 2012

How TIFF’s Executive Director & COO, Michèle Maheux, turned a two- week festival into a year- round community


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One Small Step

June, 11th, 2012

Joey Adler, President and CEO of Diesel Canada Inc., and Founder of ONEXONE Foundation, shares her belief that the power of one is exponential, and that each of us has the strength to change the world


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(em)Power Suit

May, 13th, 2012

Carrie Kirkman, president of Jones Group Canada, talks about creativity, finding your core and the responsibility of senior executive women to mentor the next generation of female leaders.


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The Ability To Choose

March, 19th, 2012

Sue Lee, newly retired Senior Vice- President, Human Resources, Communications and Stakehoder Relations at Suncor Energy Inc., shares her perspectives on overcoming adversity and seizing opportunity through a values- based leadership strategy.


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Riding The Seas Of Change

March, 19th, 2012

For Bell Quebec Vice Chair, Martine Turcotte, being open-minded led her in directions she never imagine- and never regrets