COVID-19: How Your Support Helps Women and Girls During the Pandemic

Jas Kaur Hothi

Jas Kaur Hothi, Canadian Women's Foundation Board Member

Jas Kaur Hothi, CPA, CA fundamentally believes when we empower girls and women, we’re not only transforming their story. We’re slowly but surely knocking down barriers and opening doors to change the narrative for all women, full stop. An EY Canada Partner and National Practice Leader, Jas guides Canadian businesses as they reimagine their strategies […]


Angela Johnson

Angela Johnson, Canadian Women's Foundation Board Vice Chair

For two decades, Angela has worked as a communications professional, journalist, television producer, educator, and facilitator. Since 2004, she has worked for the Nova Scotia provincial government’s communications agency, Communications Nova Scotia, where she develops and implements corporate internal communication strategies for the Government of Nova Scotia. Previously, she managed communications for various government departments […]


Dr. Dawn Lavell Harvard

Dr. Dawn Lavell Harvard, Ph.D., is a proud member of the Wikwemikong First Nation, the first Aboriginal Trudeau Scholar, and has worked to advance the rights of Aboriginal women as the President of the Ontario Native Women’s Association since she was first elected in 2003. Dawn has been the Director for First Peoples House of […]


Shawna Paris-Hoyte, QC

For over three decades Shawna has worked tirelessly for equality and the human rights of women, children, youth and families in her role as a lawyer, clinical social worker, forensic social worker, and educator. In 2008, Shawna successfully argued the case of R. v. LTH at the Supreme Court of Canada and established precedent-setting police […]


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