Pollard has focused MC—a three-campus institution with 60, credit and noncredit students—on training for jobs in high tech and has partnered with Montgomery County public schools and the Universities at Shady Grove on a program to help students transition from high school to college.
John Learning and Teaching Center to enhance teaching and find ways to help students succeed academically. The former American Ballet Theatre prima ballerina, who took the top position at the Washington Ballet last year, plans to expand the company and significantly change the repertoire.
Sterling has put her stamp on the museum by expanding its holdings in photography, abstract work, and feminist art. Appointed to judgeships by Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush, she uses her positions on the bench and in legal associations to promote equal access to justice. She has argued 35 cases before the Supreme Court, prevailing in 33 of them. One of the first women of color to head a major law firm. High-tech top guns with strong legal and political backgrounds lobbying on critical issues including encryption and privacy. The former senior staffer for President-elect George W.
The former Clinton-administration deputy attorney general now represents Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump, counseling them on conflict-of-interest issues. Graves stands up for reproductive rights, health-care access, affordable child care, and LGBT rights, among others. No surprise, when she cofounded her all-women lobbying firm, she was able to sign clients such as Blue Cross Blue Shield and the Biotechnology Industry Organization. Hewson is poised to benefit from increases in defense spending, though she promised President-elect Trump to cut costs on the F Joint Strike Fighter program.
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Sheila C. The execs are spearheading WE Capital to invest in women-led enterprises. Liss rose to the top after major real-estate mergers put her in charge of offices in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. Susan K. Neely has focused on fighting initiatives to tax soft drinks. Rand, one of the top general contractors in the area, has expanded nationally.
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Rabbitt also supports a program at Harvard to help women prepare to serve on corporate boards. Tremaglio is the first African-American woman to lead a major accounting practice in the region. Her biggest client is Uncle Sam. The magazine is a thought leader—look for its new owner to increase her presence here.
Kerger is in a tough fight for funding amid administration threats to cut federal support for public broadcasting. College Access Program. The ex-AOL executive is comfortable with outside-the-box projects. Meyer Foundation. She moved into her current role at Fundserv in July She has it all: intelligence, confidence, public speaking skills, a cool husband, and those beautiful arms! Through a number of senior leadership and executive roles, she has spearheaded change initiatives in the post-secondary as well as government and healthcare sectors.
This is her third time being named a Top winner. To learn about emerging innovations and garner counsel for opportunities for BCIT. Prior to joining Canada Post in she worked in the federal government, where she held increasingly senior positions in the Department of Finance, Transport Canada, Industry Canada and Health Canada. It is also the only one of this size headed by a woman. Manuelle Oudar has 30 years of experience in the public sector, first as a lawyer, then as a director of litigation and a deputy minister. She has played a pivotal role in the implementation of a number of legal reforms in the areas of pay equity and rights and freedoms, as well as the reform that led to the creation of the CNESST.
She is the recipient of the Leadership Award from the Association of Quebec Women in Financeand profoundly believes in women working together to break through the glass ceiling. It brings with it a duty to keep helping women and girls who are starting out in their professional lives. She serves as director of research policy on the board of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences, a national non-profit organization.
She is also a member of the Provincial Judges Pension Board. She has participated in numerous joint and international coastal and mine warfare exercises in Canada and the United States, as well as NATO exercises and courses in Croatia, Germany and Norway. Her expertise in addressing complex urban challenges has made her a sought-after public speaker and media go-to expert. Woo is committed to giving back. BIO: Norma Biln is a leader in the Canadian biotechnology sector, having risen up the ranks and winning several national awards while building her career at Pfizer, Amgen and Abbott Laboratories.
As chief executive officer of Augurex, she is transforming patient management to improve outcomes by developing novel biomarker blood tests.
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BIO: A seasoned executive, public policy expert, former senior Ontario cabinet minister, lawyer, legislator and advocate, Laurel Broten leads a crown corporation responsible for export development, business and film financing and investment attraction for the province of Nova Scotia.
She has a demonstrated track record developing and implementing a number of transformative strategies to ensure evidence-based decision-making, to modernize regulatory and funding regimes as well as to establish stronger and more robust accountability measures. She is accountable for creating partnerships and business opportunities, leading the digital transformation and creating unique and differentiated value propositions to continue to drive customer loyalty. She has more than 17 years of direct systems and information management experience, both in custom development and package implementation, and has delivered solutions for clients in Canada and internationally.
She currently serves on the board of Ability Online. Catherine Cook is indigenous Metis and grew up in northern Manitoba. She practised as a family physician in remote northern nursing stations for several years before focusing on public health practice, and more recently health administration and management. She has held numerous positions in health and academic administration and has actively engaged in board and committee membership throughout her career.
She is also an advisor on the Ontario Securities Commission Launchpad and many other industry working groups guiding efforts to accelerate disruption in financial services. Young women need to see what is possible. Derk works closely with clients, regulators and other market participants to find ways to bring new investment products to the Canadian marketplace, providing Canadian investors with a greater choice of investment products.
BIO: A distinguished professional engineer, lawyer, patent agent, trademark agent and founding partner of an award-winning patent and trademark firm, for more than 25 years Nancy Hill has been managing intellectual property rights for clients worldwide. She is a sought-after speaker, a leading expert in her field and an avid volunteer in the engineering profession. Her efforts helped make sexual harassment part of the definition of professional miscon-duct in the Ontario Professional Engineers Act. For her trailblazing advocacy, Hill was invested as a companion in the Professional Engineers Ontario Order of Honour.
One only has to look at the professions of law and medicine to see the results when more women graduate from a profession. I would want to part of the space team, it would be magical to see the earth from space. Under her leadership, NKPR has established itself as an industry-leading full-service public relations, artist management and digital agency, with offices in Toronto and New York. I have a job that I love, and the great fortune to work with clients and a team who inspire and challenge me to be the best version of myself every day.
Danielle Martin is a strong advocate for removing barriers to care and improving equity. From a national pharmacare program dedicated to ensuring that all Canadians can access necessary medications to a basic income to protect the health of low-income Canadians, her policy work, research and advocacy focus is on closing the health gaps that vulnerable Canadians face.
Before joining business incubator Food Starter, she was vice-president of marketing for frozen-food company Plats du Chef and an on-air judge of Canadian reality TV show Recipe to Riches. To be an astronaut, a photographer and trailblazer of her ilk would be exciting. Her latest venture, Clearbanc, provides financial services to freelancers and independent contractors.
In a large study by the Canadian Entrepreneurship Initiative, people were asked to name the top Canadian entrepreneurs. Not a single female featured in the top She is an expert in the field of supernova remnants SNRs and under her leadership, she and her team have made significant breakthroughs, including discovering some of the most magnetic stars in the universe and finding evidence that the most massive stars do not always form black holes.
Sarah Saska is driven by her desire to challenge the status quo and her love for people and possibilities.
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She paused her Ph. Feminuity has quickly become a global leader at the intersection of diversity, inclusion and innovation. Traill founded the Jr. Economic Club of Canada to inspire Canadian youth to become financially literate, civically engaged and socially responsible. She also launched the annual Voice of Hope awards in Ottawa to recognize outstanding humanitarians working to achieve equality for women and children. Austin has led global advocacy campaigns and shaped major public policy efforts. Her advocacy on behalf of children resulted in the UN General Assembly adopting groundbreaking legislation.
There is still a lot of room for improvement in implementing and enforcing these principles and ensuring that words are matched with action and resources.