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Mar

New Event: March 25, 2015 – Professional Development Information Session

What? Professional Development Information Session DiverseCity onBoard connects qualified candidates from the visible minority and under-represented immigrant communities with governance positions in agencies, boards, commissions and not for profit organizations in Ottawa. For Whom? We are currently recruiting for DiverseCity onBoard roster highly skilled and trained professionals, including lawyers, accountants, entrepreneurs, bankers, HR professionals, social …

25
Feb

Award-winning DiverseCity onBoard program now available across Canada

Toronto, ON, February 25, 2015 – At an event hosted by Cisco Canada last evening, the award-winning DiverseCity onBoard program opened a new chapter in the evolution of this small yet practical local idea. The program will now be available in six additional cities across Canada: Hamilton, London, Ottawa, Montreal, Calgary and Vancouver. His Worship …

25
Feb

DiverseCity onBoard’s National Expansion – Video

Hear from DiverseCity onBoard’s leadership, as well as some of its national replication partners, about the importance of expanding this once local program into a pan Canadian initiative. Learn about Canada’s growing diversity, and the need for its public sector governance to represent that diversity in its leadership.

24
Feb

Ramesh Srinavasan on his experience with DiverseCity onBoard

Ramesh Srinavasan, director on the Liquor Control Board of Ontario, speaks about the importance of embracing board diversity, and on his experiences as a board member.

23
Feb

Peel Children’s Aid Society on their commitment to diversity

Diversity in Governance Award winning Peel Children’s Aid society have committed to including diversity as part of their strategy to better serve the communities that they represent. Learn how this commitment has led not only to receiving recognition, but to tangible results.

23
Feb

Peel Children’s Aid Society on their commitment to diversity

Diversity in Governance Award winning Peel Children’s Aid society have committed to including diversity as part of their strategy to better serve the communities that they represent. Learn how this commitment has led not only to receiving recognition, but to tangible results.

23
Feb

Ramesh Srinivasan on his experience with DiverseCity onBoard

Ramesh Srinivasan, former director on the Liquor Control Board of Ontario, speaks about the importance of embracing board diversity, and on his experiences as a board member.

23
Feb

Jane Pepino on embracing diversity when building boards

Jane Pepino, former Chair of Women’s College Hospital on their continued involvement with DiverseCity onBoard, and the importance of considering diversity when she was tasked with rebuilding the hospital’s board of directors.

23
Feb

Ratna Omidvar on DiverseCity onBoard’s National Relaunch

Ratna Omidvar, Executive Director of the Global Diversity Exchange speaks on the evolution of DiverseCity onBoard, its new home within the walls of the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University, and the excitement of our new digital platforms.

31
Jan

DiverseCity onBoard now located at Global Diversity Exchange at Ryerson University

DiverseCity onBoard has relocated to the Global Diversity Exchange (GDX) at the Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University. This will allow a community-based initiative to become part of a larger institution with a bigger footprint. It will provide us with opportunities for research, and our learning platform will be enhanced by being embedded in …