What if women embraced their authentic selves, and organizations welcomed it? How would businesses, politics, health services, education and communities evolve?
Feminine Power is primed to take the lead to transform businesses and communities to be more equitable and inclusive. From Suzanne F Stevens’ extensive interviews with pioneering women leaders in twenty-five countries, she shares how power dynamics have stifled feminine energy but, more importantly, how that same energy has transformed organizations and communities. The audience will gain increased confidence to unleash their authentic Power and show up as the best version of themselves, at home, at work, and in their community.
Following the keynote, Suzanne will moderate a fun, thought-provoking and inspiring panel discussion where food industry leaders share their unique leadership recipes to make a well-blended team.
Register now for WFIM’s March 8th International Women’s Day Virtual Event: Harness Your Feminine Power.
Join Suzanne Stevens of YouMeWe Social Impact Group. Suzanne is a multi-award winning social entrepreneur, international speaker, author, community builder. Be inspired by a thought-provoking and engaging keynote. Learn what holds us back and propels us forward.
Suzanne presents key practices to express Feminine Power.
Be inspired to live confidently and authentically in life and leadership!
Suzanne is joined on our virtual stage with a diverse panel to hit concepts home. Panel includes Sharon Beals, CTI Foods SVP, Sarab Hans, President Hans Dairy, Gina El Kattan, Co-Founder Nuba Tisane and Cathline James, CEO Wise Bites.
The audience will be sure to gain increased confidence to unleash their authentic power and show up as the best version of themselves at home, at work and in their community.
Register by Feb. 28th to get Early Bird discount!
PLUS Event Registrants also receive Suzanne Stevens’ EBOOK / AUDIO COMBO Make Your Contribution Count. It’s a resource to gain further insight. $36 Retail Value. Use to further hone the concepts shared!
All Registrants get Event Recording – Don’t miss out!
Join us March 8, 2022 from 7-8:30pm for our virtual event: Keynote Speaker Suzanne Stevens, followed by Diverse Panel Discussion.
Suzanne F. Stevens, CSP
Keynote Speaker and Moderator for Event
Suzanne F. Stevens is a Conscious Leadership and Social Contribution Cultivator. As YouMeWe Social Impact Group founder, Suzanne has been invigorating audiences on five continents for twenty-two years. She challenges audiences’ perceptions, empowers them with strategies, and inspires them to act. Suzanne is a globetrotter who has lived and travelled to over 60 countries for business, adventure, and philanthropy. She has interviewed leaders and entrepreneurs in 25 of them.
Sharon Beals SVP, Food Safety & Quality for CTI Foods
In her role, Sharon provides strategic, operational, and technical leadership and support in the critical area of food safety and quality for the 7 manufacturing facilities, as well as customers and suppliers.
Sharon brings over 40 years’ experience in food safety, quality and regulatory compliance. Most recently, Sharon held the role of VP, Food Safety and Quality Assurance with US Foods. Over her career, Sharon has held roles at the Director and VP level with several food companies including, Maple Leaf Foods, Smithfield Packing, Tyson Foods, Orval Kent Food, and Arby’s.
President, Hans Dairy
Sarab manages a successful 20+ year old family business. Hans Dairy produces high quality dairy products for the South Asian community. Sarab obtained her BA from Western Ontario and MBA from McGill University. She has a background in investment banking and is a member of the Board of Food & Beverage Ontario.
Gina El Kattan
Co-Founder, Nuba Tisane
Gina is Co-Founder of Nuba Tisane. She is the daughter of Amal Soliman. Together the mother-daughter team co-founded and created Nuba Tisane in 2018. Products are made with premium quality dried hisbiscus flowers imported from Egypt. Nuba Tisane makes certified organic, freshly brewed, all-natural, ready-to-drink hisbiscus tea and other authentic form the Middle East. The company is a women-owned, BIPOC business.
Mostly recently, the mother-daughter team auditioned and then were among the top 10 finalists for Dragons’ Den. In December 16th, 2021, the show aired and it was learned that Nuba Tisane was positively received by Arlene Dickinson and Wes Hall, receiving support and funding to continue their business journey. The Dragons were impressed with the passion and partnership between Gina and her mother.
Gina obtained her BBA from University of Toronto. She is currently pursuing her Daytime MBA at Duke University.
CEO, Wise Bites
Cathline James purchased her first real estate investment property at 21 then grew that investment into a property management company. Since then, she has conceptualized, developed, and launched five completely diverse businesses.
Currently she is the CEO of Wise Bites, a plant based, Gluten Free, Baked Goods/Snack company producing Cookies, Cookie/Bars, and muffins in Richmond BC. All the products are made with added protein and fiber; Free from the Top 11 Allergens and are made in a dedicated Facility.
On the corporate side, she was part of a senior management team responsible for hiring and training over 500 people, building a brand new 25,000 square meter retail store from the concrete out, with budgeted sales of $60 million.
Cathline has also developed training modules for women entrepreneurs in developing countries and has delivered that training on site.
Her clients include: – UNCTAD, International Labor Organization, International Trade Organization, Universities, E.P.F.L, – W.I.N., Swiss Post International, Procter and Gamble, Numerous Private Sector and NGO’s; Talking Beads – South Africa.
She has served on the Boards of the Friends of Protector HMCS, and the University of Victoria School of Business, and was the provincial fundraiser for the non-profit foundation Children and Adults with Learning Differences. Honorary member of OWIT Lake Geneva.
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