Part of an exciting multi-session online series, featuring a panel of business leaders discussing how gendered analysis helped them to uncover hidden opportunities, innovate, improve performance and grow their businesses. | April 22, 2021
Livestream: In conversation with Sonia Kang, Heather McGhee, an expert in economic and social policy, offers an exploration about the self-destructive bargain of white supremacy and its rising cost to all of us. | April 7, 2021
Sarah Kaplan chats with Arlan Hamilton, author and Founder and Managing Partner of Backstage Capital, a venture capital firm dedicated to minimizing funding disparities in tech by investing in high-potential founders who are people of colour, women, and/or LGBT. This will be an empowering conversation about finding your voice and working your way into any room that you won't want to miss! | March 24, 2021
In conversation with Susan Fowler, as she shares her extraordinary story of the sexual harassment and retaliation she experienced at Uber and the determination and resilience that reveals what it takes--and what it means--to be a whistleblower. | February 18, 2021
Event co-hosted by Career Exploration & Education, SGDO and U of T Alumni Relations, exploring practical suggestions, strategies and resources which can support trans and nonbinary students and alumni in their career development. | February 18, 2021
To explore the challenges women and minority entrepreneurs face, GATE convened a 6-week workshop series in October and November 2020 sponsored by the Government of Canada’s Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub.
In conversation with Sarah Kaplan, Erin Kelly and Phyllis Moen, draw from their Fortune 500 experience to chat about why too much work and too little time is hurting workers and companies―and how a proven workplace redesign can benefit employees and the bottom line. | January 25, 2021
In conversation with author and associate professor Martin J. Cannon, as they examine Canada's Indian Act and encourages Indigenous men to begin to articulate the complex ways in which their life’s journey is shaped by discrimination directed at Indigenous women.