Taking the Top: How to Become the Leader of a Successful Corporate Brand
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Shelagh Stoneham, Senior Vice President, Marketing, Shoppers Drug Mart
Moderated By: CP24 News Anchor Lindsey Deluce
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Our Young Women of Influence Evening Series is designed to motivate and inspire the next generation of emerging leaders and provide a platform for them to meet their peers and role models who have had early success and high-profile careers. Keynote speakers share tactical advice on negotiation, leadership, entrepreneurship, communication and personal branding and a structured “Connecting Activity” enables our guests to make career-defining connections.
- 6:30 – 7:00 pm Registration and Cocktail Reception
- 7:00 – 7:45pm Keynote Presentation and Q&A
- 7:45 – 8:15pm Connecting Activity
- 8:15 – 8:30pm Door Prizes
** Your ticket includes complimentary Wine and Hors d’Ouevres
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Ms. Stoneham is Senior Vice President, Marketing, Shoppers Drug Mart Corporation.
Shoppers Drug Mart is Canada’s leading health, beauty and convenience retailer, with more than 1,240 full-service retail drug stores across Canada and $11.1 billion in sales in 2013. Shoppers Drug Mart has successfully leveraged its leadership position in pharmacy and its convenient store locations to capture a significant share of the market in front store merchandise, including over-the-counter medications, health and beauty aids, cosmetics and fragrances, seasonal products and everyday household essentials.
As Senior Vice President Marketing, Ms. Stoneham’s key accountabilities include: brand, consumer and marketing strategy, development of brand identity and essence, customer experience, customer relationship management, digital development, leading multi-channel design including store and visual merchandising, advertising, agency management, marketing creation, media planning and investment.
Prior to joining Shoppers Drug Mart in 2014, Ms. Stoneham was Senior Vice President and General Manager, Brands & Marketing Communications, Rogers Communications, a position she held since 2007.
Ms. Stoneham is a dynamic and innovative senior marketing leader with tremendous experience and success optimizing shareholder value for top tier organizations. She is highly collaborative, equally skilled at creating, building, and revitalizing brands as developing, inspiring, coaching and managing strong professional teams.
Her experience spans a broad range of sectors including telecommunications, packaged goods, retail, high tech, airline, brand-name and over-the-counter pharmaceuticals. Ms. Stoneham is an award-winning brand thought leader with a relentless drive for innovation and excellence.
Ms. Stoneham serves as Canadian Chair of the Alliance for Audited Media North America (formerly Audit Bureau of Circulation North America), Vice Chair of the North American Board, and is a Director of the Amalco Board (formerly PMB and NadBank).
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Lindsey Deluce is the News Anchor for CP24 Breakfast and Anchors CP24’s morning news weekdays. She joined CP24 in June 2009, as a Remote Host and Anchor for CP24.
Deluce has demonstrated her keen ability to get the story. She covered the Federal Election 2011 live from Michael Ignatieff’s campaign headquarters. She captured the mayhem of the G20 protests on the streets of Toronto in 2010, and got the dirt on the City of Toronto garbage strike in 2009.
In 2006, Deluce graduated with a post graduate diploma in Broadcast Journalism from Seneca College at York University. She was the recipient of the award for best overall radio and television newscaster.
After completing her Broadcast Journalism diploma, Deluce moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia to experience this unique part of Canada, shortly after she was hired by CTV Atlantic as a Reporter/Anchor. After two and a half years reporting the top stories of the Maritimes Lindsey took the opportunity to return to Toronto as a Remote Host and Anchor for CP24.
Deluce is always up for the next adventure. While still in school she acquired her Scuba Diving Licence and her Private Pilot’s Licence. Deluce has a passion for the arts. She studied drama at Oxford University, England; at Rodean School in Johannesburg, South Africa; and at Circle in the Square Theater School in New York City, U.S.A. In 2002, she completed a Bachelor of Arts degree in Film and Sociology from Queen’s University.
Deluce volunteers her time with Habitat for Humanity. She also hosts several charity events throughout the year. Follow her on twitter @LindseyDeluce.[/woitab]