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Lise Watier

Ritz Carlton Montreal 1228 Sherbrooke Street West, Montreal, Quebec
$95.00

Jessica Houssian

The Hilton Hotel, Toronto Ballroom 145 Richmond St W, Toronto, Ontario
$120.00

Dr. Liane Davey

The Westin - Room: Brittania / Belair / Mayfair 320 4 Ave SW, Calgary, Alberta
$95.00

Deborah Gillis

Fairmont Royal York Hotel - Canadian Room 100 Front St West, Toronto, Ontario
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Global Perspective: Meet The Woman Leading Cisco Canada into the Future

Metro Toronto Convention Centre - South Building, Hall G 222 Bremner Blvd, Toronto, ON
Ranked as one of the top 10 most influential women working in IT today, Bernadette Wightman is a force to be reckoned with. Quick to be recognized for her leadership prowess during in her 15 year tenure at Cisco, she most recently served as the General Manager for Cisco in Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, and is most notably credited for driving Channel and Commercial sales across 84 countries and 10,000 partners.

In 2014, it was Canada that came calling with the hopes of leveraging Bernadette’s distinctly global perspective to continue to create high-performing teams here at home. Now one year into her new role, Bernadette joins us to share her unique insights on how to best integrate into new cultures, drive success in foreign markets, and impart key lessons from her global experiences - all leading to the big question of what’s in line for the next stage of the Internet and if Canada is really ready for it.

Join us for the Season Premiere of the Deloitte Women of Influence Luncheon Series for this unprecedented access to Cisco Canada’s new President.
$120.00

Meet Tina Brown: The Visionary Who Reinvented Vanity Fair and The New Yorker

Metro Toronto Convention Centre - North Building - Constitution Hall 255 Front Street West, Toronto, Ontario
Tina Brown is an award-winning journalist, editor, author, and event producer. As editor-in-chief of Tatler, Vanity Fair, and The New Yorker, she reinvented and reinvigorated three ailing media brands; authored the best-sellers The Diana Chronicles, a biography of the Princess of Wales, and The Vanity Fair Diaries, about her time building the iconic magazine; launched online news outlet The Daily Beast; and founded the Women in the World summits.
$120