Women in Capital Markets (WCM) is the largest non-profit advocacy network and voice of professional women which promotes the entry and advancement of women into leadership roles in the Canadian financial services industry.
The prestigious designation of WCM Emerging Leader is one that is highly respected in the Capital Markets industry and is given to a select few. This year’s cohort have demonstrated their integrity exemplifying what it means to be a leader, a commitment to developing their careers into more advanced roles and manifest the reputable characteristics of business leadership.
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As the exclusive coaching provider of WCM, we’re proud to be providing a six-month integrated leadership program (September 2018 to February 2019) for all 21 of the 2018 WCM Emerging Leaders Program award recipients. The program includes a personality assessment, personal coaching, skill builds, group coaching and access to tools to enhance their leadership skills and equip them to compete for progressively more senior roles.
Congratulations to all of the deserving winners!
- Katie Baglole – TD Bank
- Tamara Bonn – TD Bank
- Elizabeth Bouthillier – Franklin Templeton Investments
- Tamy Chen – Bank of Montreal
- Fernanda Rios Cruz – Scotiabank
- Meaghan Einav – Manulife
- Ashley Engbloom – CIBC
- Sanaa Khatri – Scotiabank
- Laura McElwain – HSBC
- Poornima Muralidhar – Royal Bank of Canada
- Danielle Murphy – Royal Bank of Canada
- Stephanie Nguyen – Bank of Montreal
- Claire Oberhofer – CIBC
- Anna Pal – Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
- Kait Pavletich – CIBC
- Bhiravi Ravichandran – Scotiabank
- Ciara Sawicki – Scotiabank
- Ashraf Shariff – TD Bank
- Alexandra Syrnyk – CIBC
- Carol Tam – Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
- Selina Wang – Royal Bank of Canada
- Lindsay Sinclair – Royal Bank of Canada
- Sabrina Wu – MUFG Securities
- Christina Yang – National Bank of Canada