We are working with Karlyn Percil to give you transferable skills that will help you prioritize your mental wellness at every stage of your leadership journey.
At this forum, we will explore the leadership through intersectional, anti-oppressive, and inclusive lenses that highlight the diversity of women and non-binary youth's needs and experiences.
At this event, we will explore some of the top issues facing Toronto and explore ways in which we can address urban inequity and unaffordability together.
Join us for brunch on Saturday, April 13, 2019 as we challenge Islamophobia by celebrating two amazing Muslim women in leadership.
Join us for dinner on Saturday, March 16, 2019 as we celebrate Muslim women in civic leadership, their achievements, and the diverse ways through which we contribute to public life. in collaboration with P.S. I’m Muslim.
Join us on Saturday, March 2, 2019, to learn from two amazing civic leaders whose work continues to open doors for marginalized women. We will learn about anti-colonial and anti-racist lenses in policy development from Larissa Crawford, followed by a 4-hour long lobby training by Olivia Chow.
Running for office and working in politics can be draining, difficult work. Rarely do we celebrate and recognize the women who make the sacrifice and step up to champion a better future. We’re carving out time to do just that.
Join us at our first ever professional development day to gain invaluable skills and learn from amazing women leaders in our community.
Join a roundtable of young trailblazing city-builders and community leaders to discuss youth representation or lack thereof, in municipal governance.
Build up your personal digital security practices, from safe browsing to threat modeling.
Join us in a timely conversation about the treatment of women in leadership.
Join us to hear from amazing immigrant & refugee women leaders!