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Summit 2022: Gender Empowerment

July 25 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Free

Friday, July 25, 2022

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Lazy Owl

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The Students’ Union at the University of Regina (URSU) is excited to host Summit 2022: Gender Empowerment! Join in on July 25th for a lively and informative discussion with a dynamic and diverse set of speakers including City of Regina Mayor Sandra Masters! Read on for a full list of speakers and the schedule of presentations.

 

The goal for this summit is to bring together community leaders to educate our University of Regina student membership on how organizations and services in Regina can work to better empower those who identify across the gender spectrum and beyond the traditional gender binary. 

 

EVENT INFO:

Date: July 25

Time: 6pm – 9pm

Place: Lazy Owl, Riddell Centre, University of Regina main campus 

 

Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/u/2/d/1oMTrqT60ESNZve_bBEhxNCAwufkmMYqIBgmxmdhveJE/edit?usp=drive_web 

 

Learn from a diverse group of professionals as they address issues that affect students, academics, community members, and people. Hear about the experience of being a city’s first female mayor; learn about the innovation and challenges of women in the tech industry; and the institutional biases that keep many women from achieving their potential. We are honoured to have the following spectacular speakers:

 

Sandra Masters – Mayor of the City of Regina

Carla Beck – Leader of the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party (NDP)

Dr. Fritz Pino – Researcher and Social Work Academic

Lori Johb – President of Saskatchewan Federation of Labour

Shobna Radons – President of Regina and District Labour Council

Julia Batiuk- Engineer-In-Training, BASF

Friday, July 25, 2022

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Lazy Owl

Register Now

The Students’ Union at the University of Regina (URSU) is excited to host Summit 2022: Gender Empowerment! Join in on July 25th for a lively and informative discussion with a dynamic and diverse set of speakers including City of Regina Mayor Sandra Masters! Read on for a full list of speakers and the schedule of presentations.

 

The goal for this summit is to bring together community leaders to educate our University of Regina student membership on how organizations and services in Regina can work to better empower those who identify across the gender spectrum and beyond the traditional gender binary. 

 

EVENT INFO:

Date: July 25

Time: 6pm – 9pm

Place: Lazy Owl, Riddell Centre, University of Regina main campus 

 

Register here: https://docs.google.com/forms/u/2/d/1oMTrqT60ESNZve_bBEhxNCAwufkmMYqIBgmxmdhveJE/edit?usp=drive_web 

 

Learn from a diverse group of professionals as they address issues that affect students, academics, community members, and people. Hear about the experience of being a city’s first female mayor; learn about the innovation and challenges of women in the tech industry; and the institutional biases that keep many women from achieving their potential. We are honoured to have the following spectacular speakers:

 

Sandra Masters – Mayor of the City of Regina

Carla Beck – Leader of the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party (NDP)

Dr. Fritz Pino – Researcher and Social Work Academic

Lori Johb – President of Saskatchewan Federation of Labour

Shobna Radons – President of Regina and District Labour Council

Julia Batiuk- Engineer-In-Training, BASF

Sponsors

Title Sponsor: 

URSU thanks the contributions and sponsorship of the Canadian Federation of Students, who without their participation this summit would have been impossible.

 

Sponsors:

URSU also thanks and welcomes sponsorships from our community and coalition partners in the labour movement, the Regina & District Labour Council and the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour.

Details

Date:
July 25
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Venue

Lazy Owl
3737 Wascana Parkway, Riddell Centre
Regina, Saskatchewan S4S 0A2 Canada
Phone:
13065854111
View Venue Website

Organizer

URSU
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