Queen's alumnae are among top 100 women in Canada
Several Queen's alumnae have attained a place on the Women's Executive Network's (WXN) list of the 100 most powerful women in Canada.
In November, WXN released its sixth annual list naming the most successful women in the nation. The women were honoured at WXN's Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards and Summit, an event that acknowledges the accomplishments of women, representing a unique array of proven achievers from all over the country.
The summit is a day of professional development, networking and celebration, offering women executives from across the country the opportunity to meet and learn from the most successful and influential women in Canada.
Under the leadership of WXN, an independent advisory board selects winners in eight categories: Corporate Executives, Entrepreneurs, Public Sector Leaders, Trailblazers and Trendsetters, Champions, Professionals, Future Leaders, and Arts and Communications.
Queen's alumnae were selected in the following categories:
Shauneen Bruder (MBA '84), Royal Bank of Canada
Greta Cusworth (Artsci '78), Sun Life Financial
Stephani Kingsmill (Com '88), Manulife Financial
Kim McKenzie (MBA '85), Bank of Nova Scotia
Jacqueline Moss (Artsci '84), CIBC.
Lisette (Lee) McDonald (NSc '78), Southmedic Inc.
Public Sector Leaders:
Shirley Hoy (MPA '91), City of Toronto.
Trailblazers and Trendsetters:
Hon. Louise Arbour (LLD '00)
Dr. Nancy Grant (MD '73), St. John Regional Hospital
Hall of Fame:
New inductees in the WXN Hall of Fame include Elizabeth DelBianco (LLB '84), Celestia Inc., and Cathy Williams (MBA '77), Options Capital Ltd.
The Hall of Fame recognizes women who have been included in the organization's list of top 100 women three or more times.
For the complete list of 2008 winners, visit http://www.wxnetwork.com/prizes.aspx