Hello Week 2! You're in for a treat. All the way from Oman does Maha Kabir join us to share some advice for women everywhere looking to feel empowered.
As the summer approaches, more and more lady bosses are hitting the streets. The Corporate Diary is a segment giving women killing it in male-dominated fields, a voice. Turn those notifications on and let these ladies show you how its done! Presenting The Corporate Diaries: A Summer Segment.
Working in government, learning about diplomacy and how to get there is what Anny Cao and I touch upon in this video. Anny joins The Corporate Diary to talk about her impressive experiences in China, Japan and Ottawa working for Young Diplomats of Canada and the Embassy of Canada. With a Masters in Public and International Affairs from Ottawa U, Anny definitely has A LOT to share.
Thank you to Professor Madan at McGill University for allowing me to guest-lecture. Here is a clip from the lessons I gave to her Corporate Finance class (BCom) on an article I co-wrote for Forbes alongside Professor Karl Moore. Check it out below!
Ever wish to visit the Parliament of Canada? Justin Trudeau invites Members of Parliament to host their own youth councils and I've got you covered. I recently joined MP Will Amos' Youth Council and here I take you behind the scenes of what our first meeting was like. We got a tour, discussed our ideas, learned about the different law jurisdictions and whether they belong to the municipal, provincial or federal government.
#Digital #Disruption #Cloud and the plethora of these similar hashtags seem to be thrown around just about anywhere - whether its on social media, your average business conference, newspaper article and in most tech-related discussions I've had in recent years. With confusion as to what is disruptive today versus what is not, it is difficult for businesses to ask the right questions and more importantly, invest in their respective answers.
What are some must read books in 2017? I've got you covered! These are four books that I've handpicked for you business people looking to develop your careers and day to day knowledge.
2016 was supposedly the year of "realizing". Kylie Jenner said it. My friend said it (I won't mention your name to protect you from the embarrassment <3). Jokes aside, my new video discusses how I failed and succeeded in realizing goals this past year. What's your 2017 theme? All about that here on The Corporate Diary.
Learn about what it means to be in the video game industry. Here's a female perspective on the behind the scenes of one of the largest gaming companies in the world: EA Games.
Watch my interview with Andrea Wood from EA Games as we discuss being a woman in the video game industry, moving all across the country to Vancouver and being debt free as a soon-to-be OttawaU graduate.
Meagan Prins joins me on The Corporate Diary to discuss her journey to honours investment management & finance at McGill University, investment banking, Goldman Sachs and what it means to me a woman in a male dominated field.
When I first thought about creating The Corporate Diary, I wanted to discuss not only my journey as a business graduate, goal setting and success but more importantly, create a platform to shed light on the women who are excelling in male dominated fields. Meagan Prins, a McGill University student and incoming Goldman Sachs investment-banking analyst, came to mind.
The Government of Canada is making a difference by involving the youth in its decision making and leadership. Naturally, I want to be involved. There are various reasons you should want to be too.