KPWA 6th Annual Mentorship Program Launch Event
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About the Event
To kick off the 6th Annual Mentorship Program, we are inviting you to join us to learn more about our mentorship program and hear directly from three of our successful panelists. Their bio is attached below.
Emotional Intelligence is considered one of the key traits to obtain success in our professional and personal lives. Join us at KPWA’s 6th Annual Mentorship Launch Event as three powerhouse women share their expert experiences of empowering self and others through EQ.
7:00 to 7:10 - Introduction to the Mentorship Program
7:10 to 7:20 - Testimonials from Past Mentee/Mentor
7:20 to 8:15 - Panel Discussion on Let's talk about EQ: Empowering Self and Others through Emotional Intelligence and Audience Q&A
Haesun Moon, PhD, MCC(c), CSFC, is leading to social change. Her academic and professional research in coaching dialogues and pedagogy from the University of Toronto introduced a simple coaching model, Dialogic Orientation Quadrant, that has transformed the way people coach and learn coaching worldwide. Haesun teaches Brief Coaching at the University of Toronto and serves as Executive Director at the Canadian Centre for Brief Coaching. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nina Bilimoria Angelo is Vice President of Product Marketing and Strategy at Top Hat, an education technology scale-up that helps colleges and universities improve learning outcomes using the power of technology. Prior to joining Top Hat, Nina led teams at Pearson and HP and worked with Fortune 500 companies as a management consultant. A seasoned "intrapreneur," Nina specializes in strategy creation, product conceptualization, messaging and positioning and change management. Professionally, her favorite extracurricular activity is public speaking; personally, she enjoys running (a new COVID habit!) and spending time with her husband Mark, daughter Naomi (6 years) and son Zavier (3 years).
Dr. Olga Oulanova, C. Psych. is a clinical and rehabilitation psychologist. She works in 2 private practices downtown Toronto and is also employed as contract faculty in the Applied Psychology and Human Development Department at OISE, University of Toronto. As a clinician, Olga sees adults presenting with a range of concerns, such as mood and anxiety disorders, trauma, and chronic pain. As U of T faculty, Olga teaches graduate courses and provides clinical supervision in the OISE Psychology Clinic. In addition to these professional endeavours, Olga enjoys spending time with her 6-year-old daughter and training/teaching at the Toronto Kyokushinkai Karate Club.
- KPWA Members Only$5$50$0
- Non-Members - Students$5$50$0
- Non-Members - Normal Rate$10$100$0
- KPWA Committee Members Only$5$50$0