Young women in leadership: From grassroots to government and everything in-between

L.R. Wilson Hall, Room 1057

18/03/2019, 1:30 pm - TO 18/03/2019 - 3:00 pm

Organizer: Faculty of Humanities

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Speaker: Anjum Sultana

Monday March 18, 2019
1:30-3 p.m.
Location: L.R. Wilson Hall Room 1057

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What kinds of leadership opportunities exist in the workforce, and how can you access them? What is it like to navigate these spaces as a young woman?

How can female students build the confidence, skills and networks needed to excel in diverse professional sectors?

Join us for this exciting career-building seminar where we will explore these and other questions in conversation with Anjum Sultana, one of Canada’s most dynamic young female leaders.

Anjum Sultana is a professional working at the intersection of public policy, research, and advocacy.

She has worked on issues such as gender equity, public health, employment conditions, and democratic processes.

As Manager of Policy and Strategic Communications at the YWCA Canada, Anjum currently leads federal policy advocacy for the nation’s largest and oldest women’s serving organizations.

Organizer: Faculty of Humanities, McMaster University