Workplace Diversity Symposium (Presented By Women In Naaap)

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Workplace Diversity Symposium (Presented By Women In Naaap)
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NAAAP Toronto says
Women in NAAAP presents an interactive symposium edition with a panel of accomplished professionals blazing a path of bold success and exemplifying career leadership. Experience their stories first hand as they share their inspirations, what it takes to get there, breaking down stereotypes, and overcoming challenges. NAAAP's unique brand of proactive networking, hosted by NAAAP Toronto's Women in NAAAP program, will follow the panel session.


Abi Smithson, Entrepreneur
Abi Smithson is an accomplished 11 year old, grade six student who had an idea after seeing her mother’s ugly sandal tan. She thought a heart shaped tan line would be prettier instead. After
presenting the idea to her entrepreneurial parents Alan and Julie, she wrote a business, marketing and sales plan and began designing the sandals with the mentorship of David Bensadoun, President of Aldo Groupe and Robert Ott, Chair, School of Fashion, Ryerson University.

Demi Chalkias, Race Car Driver
Demi Chalkias is 23 year old semi-pro race car driver. She was studying to be a doctor but switched career paths to pursue her childhood dream of becoming a driver, never having raced in her life. She currently races with CASC and have asked to race a Porsche GT4 in the IMSA Porsche Cup Car series. Demi is currently working on sponsorships to become a full-time professional race-car driver.

Mark your calendars!

Monday, April 25, 2016; 6:30 (Panel Session: 7:00 - 8:30 pm)

Roll Play Event Venue
(416) 904-8483

NAAAP Members: $5.00
Non-members in Advance: $10.00
At the door: $20.00

* Complimentary hors-d'oeuvres served
* Attire: Business or Business Casual
* Remember to bring lots of business cards!

NAAAP Toronto's signature monthly Business Mixers coupled with our Professional Development Series are designed to be your professional community forum. Enjoy lively conversation, mix and mingle, build new contacts and get re-acquainted with old ones at some of Toronto's most popular evening hot spots.
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