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A Look Back at Learning to Lead™ 2020

Nearly one year ago, we pivoted our Learning to Lead™ program for Grade 11 youth to an online format. Our YAC, a group of young leaders, immediately jumped into action to support the redesign and implementation of the online format. They advised on effective online learning strategies, supported small group conversations during the sessions, interviewed...

Humans of Minerva: Liv Dunsdon

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we are highlighting some of the impactful women that belong to Minerva. In this final feature, we interviewed Learning to Lead™ alumna and YAC member Liv Dunsdon. Experience her energy in the blog below!  After graduating from Reynolds Secondary School last June, Liv is now a First-Year student at...

Humans of Minerva: Shauna Harper

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we are highlighting some of the impactful women that belong to Minerva. In this third feature, we interviewed a long-time volunteer, Shauna Harper. Learn more about her journey in the blog below! As the founder of Live Work Communications, a digital marketing agency, Shauna’s entrepreneurial journey has by no...

Humans of Minerva: Tina Strehlke

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we are highlighting some of the impactful women that belong to Minerva. In this second feature, we interviewed our very own CEO, Tina Strehlke, to learn more about what motivates and inspires her. Experience her wisdom in the blog below!  As CEO of Minerva BC, Tina Strehlke leads a...

Humans of Minerva: Tracy Antoine

In celebration of International Women’s Day, we are highlighting some of the impactful women that belong to Minerva. In this first feature, we interviewed our newest board member, Tracy Antoine. Experience her energy in the blog below! Tracy’s commitment to purposeful work has paved the way for her success. Born and raised in Stu’xtews in...

Minerva Volunteer Profile: Tricia Turner

When we think about qualities that define great leadership, experience is often one of the first things that come to mind. Truly great leaders, however, understand the value of mentoring others and this goes well beyond experience alone. Tricia Turner understands the exceptional value of mentorship more than most. Tricia – whose diverse resume includes...

Executive Days 2020: Stephanie Deol and Hazel McKinney

Minerva’s Executive Days program provides Learning to Lead™ alumnae with an opportunity to connect with leaders in some of BC’s biggest companies. We believe that mentorship is a two-way exchange, and through this final post in our Executive Days blog series, we hope to impart some of the wisdom that has been shared through our...

Executive Days 2020: Gail Oye and Sogand Golshahian

Minerva’s Executive Days program provides Learning to Lead™ alumni with an opportunity to connect with leaders in some of BC’s biggest companies. Over the next few weeks, we will be sharing stories from our Executive Days participants. We believe that mentorship is a two-way exchange, and through this blog series, we hope to impart some...

2020 Youth Leadership Award Recipient: Tanisha Misra

We are excited to announce that Tanisha Misra has been selected by Minerva’s Youth Advisory Council as this year’s recipient of the Youth Leadership Award for her exemplary application of the leadership lessons of the Learning to Lead™ program. Tanisha will receive a certificate and a $1000 bursary to support her education. Since completing the program, Tanisha has...

Giving Tuesday 2020: Make a Gift to Minerva BC

Giving Tuesday is a movement dedicated to giving back. As a registered charity, our programs and initiatives to elevate women are dependent on the generous support of our donors and sponsors. On December 1st, take part in this global campaign and consider making a gift to Minerva BC. Follow this link to donate now.  This past year has been...

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Our office is located on the unceded territory of the Coast Salish Peoples, including the territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ílwətaʔɬ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.

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