Toronto Congress Centre | Spring, 2016

Keynote and Panel Discussion

DIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE – EMBRACING WOMEN IN MANUFACTURING

Tuesday, March 18 from 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM | Complimentary admission for all attendees!

Join us for complimentary breakfast at 8:00 AM – registrants must register using promo code FCFREE before March 17 to attend

 

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jessi combsKEYNOTE PRESENTER: JESSI COMBS

Metal Fabricator, TV Personality &
Race Car Driver

Jessi Combs, recently crowned the “Fastest Woman On Four Wheels” after her 392 mph record run, will open FABTECH Canada as Keynote Speaker on March 18, 2014 from 8:30AM-10:00AM.

Her motto “never give up” has empowered her to surpass many of her wildest dreams and overcome countless hardships and challenges.

Attend to hear how Jessi began her career in metal fabrication, how TV was a “happy accident” and how her passion for driving anything with an engine led her down the most interesting roads in life.

 Click here for Jessi’s full bio

PANEL DISCUSSION

Join your peers who have a vested interest in expanding ‘Diversity in the workplace’.  Attend to participate in discussions around women in manufacturing and engineering and the importance of diversity in the workplace.

The panel will follow immediately after with panelists

  • Natalie Panek, Mission Systems and Operations Engineer, MDA Space Missions
  • Karin Lindner, Founder, Karico Performance Solutions and author of “How Can We Make Manufacturing Sexy?”
  • Gail Smyth, Executive Director, Skills Ontario
  • Moderator: Allison Grealis, Vice President of Membership and Association Services, Precision Metalforming Association and Director, Women in Manufacturing

This informative session is sponsored by Women in Manufacturing™, a nearly 400-member-strong national organization dedicated to the attraction, retention and advancement of women who are pursuing or have chosen a career in the manufacturing industry.

 

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