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Women, Wine & Wisdom

May 12 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

An evening designed to create a candid conversation about leadership, life balance and legacy. Enjoy a beautiful dinner, share real stories and be inspired by powerful women known for owning it.
 
Invite all the fantastic women you know; those with ambition, courage and a desire to live their truth. Invest in a young person who will make a difference because they met those who were willing to lead. Share with the men who wish support gender equality. 
Everyone is welcome.

Cocktail: 5:00 pm
Gourmet Dinner:  6:00 pm
Followed by Panel Discussion

Fees/Admission

Ottawa Board of Trade Member:
Event Ticket | $125
Table of 8 | $900

Non-Member:
Non-Member Ticket | $150
Table of 8 | $1,080 (8 tickets)

Menu:
Watermelon and tomato salad, with pickled red onion, radish and crumbled feta Balsamic syrup and extra virgin olive oil (gf)

Sea salt and rosemary crusted Sergeant Farms chicken breast, red onion jam, chorizo potato hash and Kozlik’s Mustard jus (gf +df)

(Vegetarian) Grilled vegetable tian, layers of grilled vegetables infused with herb, garlic, and fine balsamic vinegar – Extra virgin olive oil drizzle, roasted red pepper coulis (gf +df)

Chocolate mousse layers, white, dark & milk chocolate with Grand Marnier crème anglaise

Cancellations must be submitted in writing to info@ottawabusinessevents.ca 48 hours business hours prior to the event start time to guarantee a refund. Ottawa Business Events reserves the right to deny refund requests submitted less than 48 business hours prior to the event start time.

Ottawa Business Events reserves the right to close event registration 48 business hours prior to the event start time, or when the maximum capacity for the event is reached.

Contact Information

Brittney Meagher
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Our amazing panel of dynamic women include;


Mimi Lam
Mimi Lam is the Co-Founder of Superette, an award-winning cannabis retailer known for its inclusive, fun-loving world of weed and fashion. Since 2018, she has built and scaled the company from an idea to a portfolio of unique retail experiences and a global lifestyle brand.

Mimi has been a leading voice in the Canadian cannabis industry as a founding member of the Ontario Policy Cannabis Council and is part of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce’s National Cannabis Working Group. She is passionate about pushing the industry towards a more inclusive, socially responsible, and environmentally friendly future through mentoring and national advocacy initiatives.

Mimi was formerly the Director of Corporate Development at Tokyo Smoke and led its merger with DOJA Cannabis as well as acquisition by Canopy Growth. Prior to joining the cannabis industry, she was an Investment Banker at Macquarie Capital where she was on the transaction teams for over $2 billion of M&A and financings.


Dr. Sasha Suda
Director and CEO of the National Gallery of Canada

Appointed in February 2019, Sasha is passionate about the Gallery’s ability to serve and resonate with Canadians from coast to coast to coast. She believes that the visual arts have the power to connect the past to the present and that they can help us to forge a more inspiring, creative, and equitable future. Sasha has led the revitalization of the Gallery’s purpose, vision, and mission and its first-ever strategic planning process. As a result of this work, the Gallery has undertaken an exciting digital rebranding exercise, transformed its exhibition planning process, and reimagined its external stakeholder engagement strategy. A new, and clear, focus on justice, equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility with a firm commitment to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples embraces the future and positions the National Gallery of Canada for its next chapter.

Born in Toronto to Czech parents, Sasha studied at Princeton University before completing her Master’s degree in art history at Williams College and her PhD at New York University. Her professional career began at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, where she worked in various roles in the Medieval Department between 2003 and 2011. Following this, Sasha returned to her native Toronto to work at the Art Gallery of Ontario, first as an assistant curator, and eventually as Curator of European Art and the Elliott Chair of Prints & Drawings. In these roles, she led major international exhibition projects and spearheaded innovative digital initiatives that presented historical art to audiences in a new light.


Sheema Khan
Patent Agent, Kinaxis

Sheema Khan obtained both a Masters in Physics and a PhD in Chemical Physics from Harvard. She completed post-doctoral appointments in Chemical Engineering at MIT and Chemical Physics at McGill. As an R&D scientist, she is an inventor on about a dozen patents in drug delivery technology. She switched to patents, and is now in-house patent agent at Kinaxis, where she drafts and prosecutes patent applications in software and machine learning, along with managing the Kinaxis patent portfolio. On the side, Sheema has been writing for Globe and Mail as a monthly columnist since 2002. She serves on the board of the Harvard Club of Ottawa and the United Nations Association in Canada. She is also the author of “Of Hockey and Hijab: Reflections of a Canadian Muslim Woman”, as well as a TedX Speaker. She is a proud mom of 3 kids.

 

Event Sponsors:

Looking for sponsorship opportunities? Contact Don Mersereau at Don@ottawabusinessevents.ca

Sponsorship Opportunities:
Lead | $5,000
Wine | $3,000

Venue

National Arts Centre – O’Born Room
1 Elgin Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 5W1 Canada

Organizer

Ottawa Board of Trade