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Tuesday, January 28 • 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Embracing Your Inner Wonder Woman — Sponsored by Delta Hotels — Room #1200 FILLING

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A roundtable discussion about navigating through you careers, stepping up to new opportunities, and how to be a "Wonder Woman" who has it all. We'll hear authentic stories from some Wonder Women of Tech which will be sure to make you think twice about all your awesome strengths and how to use them going forward.

Moderators
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Danniele Livengood

Program Manager, WWEST SFU

Speakers
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Elizabeth Sarobhasa

Database Analyst, Prospera Credit Union
CTO at Women Who Drone
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Khristine Carino

CEO, East Van Kids Learning Ltd
Khristine Carino is a serial social entrepreneur. She currently provides job search coaching for newcomer immigrants, mothers returning to paid work, and professionals pivoting into tech careers. As a leader, she has served on non-profit boards, and initiated successful grassroots... Read More →
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Efe Fruci

Speaker | Confidence Coach | Author, The Coaching Element
I am a career and confidence coach with over 10 years of coaching and speaking experience and an advocate for mental health and self-love. I am an international speaker, author of "Faith Over Fear" and the founder of Odihi a Black-led non-profit dedicated to building confidence in Black girls, advancing the careers of Black women, and seeking to address the lack of color in high-level business positions.My career has taken many twists and turns, a lot of leaps of faith, and most importantly action with purpose.Quitting my job back in 2016 was a huge... Read More →
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Dr. Sarah Lubik

Executive Director, the Charles Chang Institute for Entrepreneurship; Director, Entrepreneurship, SFU
Dr. Sarah Lubik is the Executive Director of the Charles Chang Institute for Entrepreneurship and Simon Fraser University (SFU)'s first Director of Entrepreneurship. She has experience coordinating pan-European startup support programs, is a certified expert business coach, and was... Read More →


Tuesday January 28, 2020 3:30pm - 5:30pm PST
SFU Beedie School of Business - Segal Graduate School Building