Women in Tech returns, spotlighting IT leaders who empower Canada’s higher education and research sectors
The Office of the AVP and CTO at McMaster University is launching a new series of Women in Tech, highlighting women leaders in the information technology (IT) sector who empower the Canadian education and research sectors.
This is the latest series in the Women in Tech initiative led by Gayleen Gray, associate vice-president and chief technology officer at McMaster University.
In this series, Gayleen Gray is joined by a lineup of inspiring leaders who engage in authentic conversations ranging in topics from leadership and mentorship to gender-based expectations and sources of inspiration.
“I am honoured to work with so many amazing ‘Women in Tech’ who support and empower the Canadian higher education and research sectors,” says Gayleen Gray, associate vice-president and chief technology officer at McMaster.
“I get so much inspiration from these exceptional women and am excited to share their diverse stories, experiences, and perspectives.”
This Women in Tech series brings together the following leaders:
- Jill Kowalchuk – Director for the Canadian Shared Security Operations Centre (CanSSOC)
- Barb Carra – President and CEO, Cybera
- Kathryn Anthonisen – President and CEO | CANARIE
- Delilah Moysich – Chief Strategy Officer, ORION
- Sylvie LaPerriere – Past Chair of the Board of Directors, CANARIE
- Lindsay Sill – Executive Director, CUCCIO
Each conversation is recorded and can be watched below:
Jill Kowalchuk – Director for the Canadian Shared Security Operations Centre (CanSSOC)
Barb Carra – President and CEO, Cybera
Kathryn Anthonisen – President and CEO | CANARIE
Delilah Moysich – Chief Strategy Officer, ORION
Sylvie LaPerriere – Past Chair of the Board of Directors, CANARIE
Lindsay Sill – Executive Director, CUCCIO
About McMaster Women in Tech
McMaster Women in Tech was launched by Gayleen Gray and McMaster IT in 2020 to recognize women tech changemakers within IT. You can view recordings of previous series on the McMaster Women in Tech webpage. The goal of this initiative is to inspire colleagues and students by providing a platform for women, with diverse experiences and perspectives, to share their stories.News Category