Thu, Oct 13|
KPMG LLP - 46th Floor
KPWA 8th Annual Mentorship Program Launch Event
Join us in person at KPWA’s 8th Annual Mentorship Launch Event on Thursday, October 13 for our panelist discussion on Know Your Value - Ask for What You Deserve.
Time & Location
Oct 13, 2022, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EDT
KPMG LLP - 46th Floor, 333 Bay St., Toronto, ON M5H 2R2, Canada
About the event
Join us in person at KPWA’s 8th Annual Mentorship Launch Event on Thursday, October 13th for our panelist discussion on “Know Your Value - Ask for What You Deserve”.
Our three panelists will share their personal experiences on asking for what they deserve and discuss the importance of personal branding, pay negotiations, and creating your own position.
Tickets are limited, so sign up today!
6:30 to 7:00 - Registration
7:00 to 7:20 - Overview of KPWA Mentorship Program
7:20 to 7:30 - Testimonials from Past Mentee/Mentor
7:30 to 8:15 - Panel Discussion
8:15 to 8:30 - Q&A
8:30 to 9:00 - Networking
Founder at Despina and Co.
If Despina had to define her life’s work in as few words as possible, these two would make the cut: Female Empowerment. Why? Because Despina is passionate about providing women with the opportunity to make life-changing connections, building communities, and empowering her fellow females to be financially independent through real estate. In 2013, Despina read Sheryl Sandberg’s book, Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead, and was inspired to co-found the Lean In Canada organization.
She is also the founder of Connect and Bloom a networking coaching consultancy and has a podcast of the same name. Additionally she is the founder of Her Home in TO where she helps women navigate the real estate landscape.
Despina has been featured on CBC Radio, the Globe and Mail and many other news outlets discussing issues that are pertinent to women.
Angie Minah Park
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Toronto
Angie is currently a Mitacs Elevate Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Toronto investigating how to improve the measurability and effectiveness of diversity and inclusion training programs in the corporate setting.
As a part of her fellowship, she works closely with her sponsor firm, The Humphrey Group (a boutique consulting firm specializing in leadership communication and diversity and inclusion training), as an in-house Program Designer and Researcher.
While completing her Ph.D. in English at York University, Angie began working as a freelance consultant, turning her specialized knowledge in writing, effective communication, and the history of race relations and racialization against people of colour in North America into engaging program experiences for adult learners.
She is currently a sought-after consultant, working with clients across various industries through her affiliations with The
Humphrey Group, Canadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF), and LYP Program.
Principal, RB Communicates
Rick is a business and community leader with 20+ years of experience in corporate and crisis communications. A seasoned PR consultant and strategist, he has advised elected officials, CEOs and C-Suite executives in public, private and not-for-profit sectors.
Inspired by words, ideas and collaboration, Rick brings energy, perspective and humour to cross-disciplinary collaborations. He has managed crises from hostile stakeholders or media, including political scandals and rapid response in war rooms during election campaigns.
Rick is a former political advisor at Queen’s Park to three Cabinet Ministers and a Deputy Premier. A current media commentator and former journalist, he has served as a PR agency executive and in civil service. Rick leads a vibrant volunteer and active community life.
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At the doorPriceCA$30.00Sale ended