Women in Leadership

six women of various ages and ethnicities stand together smiling

MISSION

Women in Leadership is committed to supporting and advancing persons who identify as women to achieve and succeed in leadership.

Deborah Rosati WIL Mentorship Program

Creating meaningful connections across the campus and beyond!

Are you interested in participating?
Potential mentors and mentees are encouraged to apply.

Upcoming meetings (mark your calendars!)

Sessions are added to this list as speakers and dates are confirmed. Please check back often or join the Women in Leadership channel on MS Teams to hear about upcoming sessions.

WIL meetings are currently being held virtually. Click on the event below for details and login information.

Speaker: Chelsea Takalo, Associate Vice-President, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Please hold this date. Details and a link to join the session will be added once confirmed.

Speaker: Sheila Cote-Meek, Director of Indigenous Educational Studies Programs in the Faculty of Education. Read more about Dr. Cote-Meek here.

Please hold this date. Details and a link to join the session will be added once confirmed.

Speaker: Karin Di Bella, Chair of the Department of Music and Associate Professor of Piano

Please hold this date. Details and a link to join the session will be added once confirmed.

Missed a WIL session?

From mentorship to motherhood, from trans inclusion to affordable housing, WIL meetings have covered a range of relevant topics for women and allies alike. Look for the video icon to see available recordings.

Do you have an idea for a future topic or presenter?

Click here to submit your suggestion!

or email Jeannie Mackintosh

Looking for volunteer opportunities?

Click here for a list of volunteer opportunities compiled by WIL members.

ABOUT THE WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE

Learn the history of this initiative

In the beginning was SWAAC
Bringing the energy to Niagara
Expanding within Brock University

ANNUAL REPORT

Background, Goals, Accomplishments and Next Steps

Presented January 2020