It's not easy to think beyond our own bubble, especially, at the moment. But what is the lived experience for women across the world? Hear from some women who live in fascinating and challenging environments.
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Panel members: Judith Airiohuodian, Bibi Bilodeau and Claire Harvey
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Judith holds a Bachelor degree in International Studies and Diplomacy from Benson Idahosa University with a Recommendation of Honours, and has over 15 years of experience in the field with multiple awards under her belt, including the ‘Salesman of the year' awarded by Travel House hotels and a Humanitarian award for performance awarded by European Union-MPP6.
She is a digital nomad and loves to travel, explore new horizons a lot while freelancing and photography is a core hobby. She loves to network and meet new people daily.
Bibi Bilodeau is a multi-talented freelance producer based in Iqaluit, Nunavut. She is an openly queer and openly autistic writer, comedian and youth activist.
Bibi is known for her song parodies, celebrity impersonations, and sugary-sweet but suuuuuper dirty humour! She has performed with and produced for Elvira Kurt, Derek Seguin, Mike McDonald, the El-Salomons, Deanne Smith, Chanty Marostica & Adrienne Fish.
She’s now a regular performer at Crack Up Comedy Festival, Arctic Comedy Festival, Yuk Yuk’s and produces a variety of online and Iqaluit-based shows, including Arctic Glow: Ladies Lube Wrestling. You may find her at any event she can squeeze herself into across Canada...(which isn't hard cuz she's tiny!)
Claire Harvey brings years of public sector, regulatory, corporate and third sector leadership experience, and an impressive record of impact and achievement through positive disruption and culture change. Her passion is the future of work; working with both schools, universities and corporate workplaces, ensuring that young people are ready to be great leaders of the future in organisations that have positive cultures. Coupled with a fascinating sporting record as a Paralympian, Claire's personal and career journey provide a powerful credibility and capability to influence culture in organisations that few others can.