Category Archives: Women in Business

Sandra Robson

Sandra Robson freelanced as a Graphic Designer – Illustrator for most of her career. She currently works within a corporate environment as an Art Director – Graphic Designer. “Creativity touches everything I do. My playground is the canvas, with intuition as my compass and a paint brush in hand”. What is your experience of a […]

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Donna Child

With a deep-seated interest in fine art and design and an aspiration to provide mid-career and established artists with a venue to exhibit, Donna Child established Artworld Fine Art as one of the top, full-service galleries in Toronto. Representing 30+ Canadian painters, illustrators, photographers and sculptors, the gallery has a mandate to satisfy the needs of all […]

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Aline Ayoub

Aline Ayoub is an accomplished Human Resources professional and trusted HR advisor for small businesses. She played a leading role in the senior leadership team in HR at Hudson’s Bay Company, Loblaw’s and Sears for over 30 years. Aline is the CEO and founder of Aline Ayoub HR Consulting. She works with small-business owners and emerging […]

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Chantal Desloges

Chantal Desloges is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a Specialist in both Citizenship/Immigration law and Refugee law. She was called to the Bar in 1999. She now leads her own law firm, numbering 13 people, in downtown Toronto. Chantal has been called upon 15 times by Parliamentary and Senate Committees to […]

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Liz Palmer

Liz Palmer is a well-respected wine journalist since 2004 and has an international reputation as a critic and judge. Her articles have appeared in national and international magazines. She is one of four founding international hosts for #ChampagneDay 2011-2017. What is your experience of the glass ceiling? In an industry historically dominated by men, I’m happy […]

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Elizabeth Clarke

I am the MD of a very famous Colonial Hotel in Darjeeling, India. I was the Executive Director for many years and then the MD passed away very suddenly and I had to jump into the spot. I would be the first foreigner to run the hotel, which previously had only been run by a […]

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Kelly Casey

Kelly Casey is the founder of Ollie Noble, a jewellery business that helps women from social or economic disadvantage learn a new talent and start their own business. What is your experience of the glass ceiling? I’m a child of the glass slipper. This means being sold the idea that Prince Charming would be your […]

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