Career decisions the focus of Ontario Women MBA Summit

Posted on December 09, 2013

QSB’s Women in Leadership club executives, from left, Laura Laoun and Claire Labrom; at right, Disha Popli & Rebecca To, with speaker Kimberly Moffit, center
QSB’s Women in Leadership club executives, from left, Laura Laoun and Claire Labrom; at right, Disha Popli & Rebecca To, with speaker Kimberly Moffit, center

Kingston, Dec. 9, 2013 – Women MBA students from universities across Ontario attended the 2013 Ontario Women MBA Summit in downtown Toronto on Nov. 28. Kimberly Moffit, founder of KMA Therapy and one of Canada’s leading media experts on psychotherapy and relationship issues, delivered the keynote presentation on the importance of recognizing and seizing career opportunities, and also led the group in a confidence workshop.

Members of the QSB Women in Leadership Club partnered with counterparts from the Rotman School of Management, Schulich School of Business, Richard Ivey School of Business and Ted Rogers School of Management to organize this annual networking event.

Attendees were encouraged to bring business-appropriate attire to donate to Dress for Success, an international not-for-profit organization that promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women.
The event was held at QSB’s downtown Toronto facility.

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