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All proceeds for this event will be going to support food banks in the community. #ChooseToChallenge

Debbie Adams of PeopleCan will host this year's event with an engaging theme #ChooseToChallenge .

International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.

What an amazing theme. Who hasn't had to challenge something or another in our role as women? Let's get together and talk about this.

In person events are a challenge and online events can be a little dry but this year, you're in for a treat. 

The interactive format is designed to deliver great discussions. I will be bringing together dynamic women speakers to inspire you on hot button topics. I won't reveal it all here but here's a little sample. 

Merri Macartney, author of "Don't Die Before You're Dead" and all round entertaining lady will challenge you  to think about outdated myths about what we are supposed to do at what age. 

Lyndsay Doyle author of "Strong and Free: Stories and photos of Canadian women in sport from the popular #SuperROLEmodels project" will also be inspiring us with her stories.

Debbie will be the MC and will keep you entertained with snippets from her signature talk "I ain't no Cinderella."

Book your ticket and join us on March 8th, 2021. 

All proceeds will go to charity. 

Debbie Adams

An experienced business and finance leader, Debbie is passionate about helping business owners build profitable businesses. Award winning speaker and 3 time published author, she believes that every journey to success is about challenging assumptions. #ChooseToChallenge

Each year, Debbie brings together a diverse group of women and the folks who support in them for meaningful discussions. 

You will walk away inspired. 

This year's theme is #ChooseToChallenge

I've never met a woman who hasn't had to challenge some rule or other. It could be something as
simple as "not knowing her place" or trying to carve out a life that was non-traditional.

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