Thursday, March 29 • 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mentorship Roundtables

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At this year’s Women & Automotive Canadian Leadership Forum, we invite you to take part in an inaugural initiative in partnership with TRADER Corp.: mentorship roundtables. The goal of these roundtables is to facilitate candid conversations between established industry voices and aspiring leaders.
Mentorship roundtables begin at 3:30 p.m., following a brief transition after the mentorship keynote panel. Attendees will have 45 minutes to establish a rapport with driven people in their field, then converge back to the larger group to discuss valuable takeaways.

No long-term commitment accompanies the mentorship roundtables; in other words, we’re not offering an official, yearlong program. Still, we do hope to inspire and forge connections between driven individuals within the automotive industry, and we encourage any professional relationships or bonds formed within the mentorship roundtables to continue following the forum’s close.

We offer the mentorship roundtables at no additional cost. However, we would prefer you to formally sign up so we can prepare appropriately. Along with some contact information, we would like for you to pick a first and second topic preference; we’ll do our best to oblige your first choice, but some topics may prove more popular than others, and we’d like to accommodate your top interests whenever possible.

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Petrina Gentile

Freelance Automotive Journalist, The Globe and Mail
Petrina Gentile is an award-winning automotive journalist — one of the few women who cover cars in Canada. Petrina has been writing for The Globe and Mail’s Drive section since 2004. Besides auto reviews, she also interviews celebrities such as Theo Fleury, Mario Andretti, Patrick... Read More →
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Grace Kong

Vice President, Human Resources, Cox Automotive Canada
Grace brings a wealth of diverse HR and business experience to her role as Vice President, Human Resources, Cox Automotive Canada. As an HR Professional and Certified Executive Coach, she is a leader who recognizes that team members are an organizations’ most valuable asset. She... Read More →
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Marilu McQuilkin

Sr. Director, Events & Marketing, Cherokee Media Group
I like tacos. | go team
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Joe Overby

Sr. Editor, Auto Remarketing
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Allison Woodley

Plant 1 Manager, Honda of Canada Manufacturing
With over 30 years’ experience with Honda of Canada Manufacturing, Ali Woodley has risen up the ranks to one of the most coveted positions in the company. Woodley began her journey in 1986 in the paint department and has since assumed many leadership roles before taking on the duties... Read More →
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Beth Worthington

Chief People & Culture Officer, TRADER Corp. | autoTRADER.ca
As Chief People and Culture Officer, Beth Worthington oversees employee relations, policies, labour relations, talent management and recruitment strategies for TRADER Corporation. Her focus is to enhance the company’s overall employee value proposition and continue building high... Read More →

Thursday March 29, 2018 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Metro East

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