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Your Compass to Systemic Change: CCWESTT’s Gap Analysis

CCWESTT Your Compass to Systematic Change: CCWESTT's Gap Analysis

Wednesday October 11, 2023

12:00PM EST

CCWESTT is so excited to share our Gap Analysis Report with you! To celebrate, we invite you to a national panel discussion of pathways to systemic change. Our expert panel represents national organizations doing the inspiring work of influencing policy change and collaborating with strategic partnerships for success.


Register to save your place!


Event: Your Compass to Systemic Change: CCWESTT’s Gap Analysis
Date: October 11, 2023
Time: 1:30 pm NT, 1:00 pm AT, 12:00 pm ET, 11:00 am CT, 10:00 am MT, 9:00 am PT
Place: Zoom


We look forward to seeing you there!




Kim Bouffard is the Manager of Belonging and Engagement at Engineers Canada. She leads Engineers Canada’s equity, diversity and inclusion work and their outreach and engagement programs and initiatives. She oversees a team of subject matter experts that provide guidance and support for Engineers Canada’s gender equity work including their 30 by 30 initiative, K-12 Collective Impact Project and their work with Indigenous Peoples. Kim has over fifteen years of experience working on complex problems leading national education and community engagement program and system change projects in the non-profit, charitable, and public sector.


Meseret Haileyesus is a thought leader and change-maker with a distinguished record in championing economic justice and health equity. For the past 22 years, she has dedicated her life to advancing progressive policies on access to reproductive and economic rights. As the visionary founder of the Canadian Centre for Women’s Empowerment (CCFWE), she has been unflagging in her efforts to address economic disparities and dismantle systemic barriers that hinder marginalized women’s economic advancement. Through pioneering policy advocacy, groundbreaking research, educational initiatives, and programs preventing Economic abuse, Meseret is at the forefront of this critical work.


Suzanne Zaccour is the Director of legal affairs for the National Association of Women and the Law, a not-for-profit organization that works to advance the rights of all women in Canada through feminist law reform, particularly at the federal level. Suzanne recently completed her doctorate at Oxford University. She is a research, writer and public speaker interested in ending violence against women and animals. Suzanne was a law clerk at the Supreme Court of Canada (2019-2020) and was called to the Ontario bar in 2021.


This project has been funded by Women and Gender Equality Canada.

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