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The Exchange: Conversations to Inspire Change with Denise Donlon and Anita Hill

Women have worked together for decades to advance gender equality.
We’ve seen progress, but there is still so much to do. Over the past year, urgency around gender equality has surpassed what most of us have ever experienced. At coffee shops, kitchen tables, and water coolers, you’ve no doubt had conversations about gender, sexual harassment, equality and inclusion. You’ve wondered where we go next and how you can be part of the movement.

The Exchange—Conversations to Inspire Change is the must-attend breakfast of the year for those who want to better understand the actions we can take to move gender equality forward. The Exchange features Anita Hill in Toronto and Denise Donlon in Calgary, two incredible women who will inspire you with their messages of tenacity and triumph in the journey to equality.

This event is also about drawing inspiration from each other. We will encourage conversations to inspire change by engaging our attendees in networking opportunities to discuss issues facing women and girls today. It is an opportunity to exchange ideas – big and small – on the role we can play to advance gender equality at work, at home and in our circles of influence.

Why? Because when we exchange ideas, the conversations inspire change. Join us!

Funds raised from The Exchange will support Canadian Women’s Foundation programs that help women move out of poverty, out of violence, and into confidence and leadership.

Don’t miss your chance to play a part in advancing gender equality throughout Canada!

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