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Empowering Women: 9th Annual Meet the Motivators Symposium Celebrates Female Leadership

Toronto, ON – In a celebration of female empowerment and leadership, the 9th Annual Meet the Motivators Symposium promises to be an inspiring two-day event, set to take place on May 18th and 19th in Toronto, Canada. Organized by Meet the Motivators Inc., this symposium aims to honor the remarkable achievements of women while providing valuable insights and skills for personal and professional growth.

Under the theme “Celebrating Women in Leadership,” the symposium will kick off on Saturday, May 18th, at Sheridan College Davis Campus in Brampton. The day will feature a series of workshops and expert panels covering a diverse range of topics. From discussions on personal branding and overcoming adversity to empowering women in skilled trades, attendees can expect to gain valuable insights and practical skills to thrive in their personal and professional lives.

Among the esteemed speakers and workshop facilitators are CEO & Personal Stylist Sofi Findlay, Partner & CEO at Prime Health Care Inc. Inga Tkachenko Ramage, and Author & Speaker Sandy Maeck, among others. These accomplished individuals will share their expertise and experiences, providing attendees with inspiration and practical strategies for success.

Day 2 of the symposium, set for May 19th at The Woodbine Banquet Hall in Etobicoke, will feature high-level talks with women leaders in politics and media. Award-winning TV host Nneka Elliot, CTV News Anchor Andria Case, and the Honourable Dr. Jean Augustine are among the distinguished speakers who will provide insights and inspiration to attendees.

Entertainment will be woven throughout the event, with performances from the Sunday Singers, The “Quincy Bullen” Band featuring Belinda Brady, and the Hips Don’t Lie dance group. Additionally, a fashion show by 6ix Element Designers will showcase the talent and creativity of local designers.

Flow 98.7 FM will be on-site for live coverage of Day 1, capturing the energy and excitement of the symposium. The event will conclude with a FLOW Dance Party, providing attendees with an opportunity to unwind and celebrate the accomplishments of the day.

Founder of Meet the Motivators Inc., Jacqueline Dixon, expressed her excitement about this year’s symposium, stating, “This year’s installment promises to be a transformative and unforgettable experience as we pay tribute to the indomitable spirit and remarkable achievements of women in leadership.”

The symposium is also in support of The Resilient Woman Program, a monthly mastermind workshop aimed at developing female leaders within grassroots communities who have faced various hardships.

Vision Newspaper – The Caribbean Update will continue to provide coverage of this important event, highlighting the stories and voices of Caribbean women making a difference in their communities and beyond.

For more information and updates, visit http://www.meetthemotivators.com.

Alwin Marshall-Squire

Alwin Marshall-Squire is the Editor-in-Chief and Afro-Canadian Affairs Writer at Vision Newspaper - The Caribbean Update. With over two decades of experience, he is a dedicated advocate for amplifying Afro-Canadian voices. Alwin leads with vision, shaping the newspaper's editorial direction to reflect the diverse Jamaican Diaspora community. His insightful commentary and investigative reporting shed light on issues of identity and social justice, sparking crucial conversations and inspiring positive change. Alwin is not only a journalist but also a community leader, actively involved in initiatives promoting equity and representation. For feedback Alwin can be reached at al@visionnewspaper.ca

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