Celebrating Leaders, Black Women in Business

Celebrating Leaders, Black Women in Business
Date & Time: 
March 10, 2021 - 6PM to 8PM
Location: 
ZOOM
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The online panel features three extraordinary individuals:

Naki Osutei - Building on her track record of sparking transformation for institutions and individuals, Naki joined TD in 2017 to help develop the TD Ready Commitment, the bank's global corporate citizenship platform. Today as Associate Vice President, Social Impact (Canada) for the Global Corporate Citizenship department at TD Bank, she continues her transformation efforts by bringing The Ready Commitment to life through innovative approaches to corporate philanthropy, and employee and business engagement.

Fennella Bruce - Fennella is a veteran television producer and writer, she is now at the helm of FKB Media Solutions – a media consulting business. Having worked in the field of journalism for over 20 years, Fennella has produced both of Canada’s national morning shows – Your Morning and Canada AM. She has been the senior writer or producer at numerous major market television stations including CTV News Channel, CTV National, CP24, CityTv, Toronto 1 and BET.

Daphne Magna - Daphne has spent the past 10 years tackling Diversity and Inclusion from an actionable, cultural intelligence perspective. She has facilitated 1000’s of tough conversations and learning experiences for fortune 500s, entrepreneurs, higher education, and communities. Her advocacy work in human rights and as a founding board member of Black Professionals in Tech Network (BPTN), compelled her to create a safe space where allies of the Black community tackle tough issues and work towards eliminating systemic racism.

Please join us for a thought-provoking session that touches on the issues facing Black women in business today, and the journey of these extraordinary women in business.

The event is made possible by a generous grant from the Cassels Fourlines Women in Entrepreneurship Fund, and it is also co-sponsored by the BRIDGE and U of T Entrepreneurship.