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Community Engagement

May 8, 2020

Connecting Ivey Alumni worldwide

The global pandemic may have resulted in the cancellation of most in-person events around the world. But Global Ivey Day (GID) responded with a new look, and digital programming that reached an Alumni audience worldwide.
May 3, 2019

Global Ivey Day: A decade of celebration

Every year, Ivey alumni around the world have paused from their busy schedules, gathered together, and celebrated what it means to be a graduate of the Ivey Business School.
Mar 8, 2018

International Women’s Day 2018: Celebrating women at Ivey

For International Women’s Day, we’re shining the light on some influential Ivey women: both current students and remarkable alumnae.
Nov 30, 2017

Former dean Carol Stephenson, O.C., shares advice with the Women of Ivey Network

Former dean Carol Stephenson brought 40 years of leadership lessons and insights to the soldout inaugural Women of Ivey Network (WIN) Breakfast event in Toronto on October 3.
Nov 21, 2017

The role of business leaders and gender equality

Vasie Papadopoulos, EMBA ’18 and John Rocco, EMBA ’18 call for business leaders to empower a new way of thinking about gender equality.
Nov 17, 2017

Doreen McKenzie-Sanders, C.M.: A life well lived.

Doreen McKenzie-Sanders, C.M., had a lasting impact on the Ivey Business School, as a forerunner for women in journalism, and as a pioneer for women in business. She passed away on Remembrance Day, November 11, 2017, at the age of 96.
Oct 1, 2017

Community Initiative: Ladies Learning Code

Heather Payne, HBA ’09, and Melissa Sariffodeen, HBA ’10, are working to bridge the technology gender gap.
Sep 27, 2017

Linamar gift backs future engineering, business leaders

Women seeking to combine engineering and business degrees will receive support from a $5-million investment to Western from global auto parts giant, Linamar Corp., and the families that founded and operate it.
Jul 21, 2017

Supporting women's equality is an economic imperative

Supporting women's equality is not only a matter of social and political justice, writes Executive MBA student Vasie Papadopoulos in The Globe and Mail's EMBA Diary. It's an economic imperative.