For 4 years before starting MBA full time Anastasia worked as a nurse clinician in a critical care unit in one of the busiest hospitals in Montreal. She had a very stimulating career, but did not feel challenged enough at the end, which led her to pursuing the MBA.
Having worked in a female dominated
profession she saw numerous examples
of women being very successful in
management roles. A few of them
became her role models, showing her
that women can be as good leaders and managers as men! She believes that the business world is not different and women need to be empowered!
A computer science engineer by
background and a music enthusiast at heart, Shraddha has been a part of the technology industry as an SAP consultant for a little over 9 years prior to joining the John Molson School of Business. She has seen first-hand how technology enables
businesses and drives them to achieve operational excellence.
Over these years she has developed a keen interest in the business side of technology and would like to transition into a career in business especially in the role of a Product manager.
Bharti has always been an
academically bright student. She has an analytical and critical thinking mind which led her to graduate with an engineering degree with
flying colours then work as Staging &
Production deployment manager for
British Petroleum. The ambition to learn
more about management strategy and
consulting led her to take up a Business
& Strategy Consultant role in her next
two jobs. Her personal and professional goals are to use strategy and management to develop sustainable profitable systems
As VP Events for WIBC she will bring on board women leaders from various professional fields to inspire future leaders.
Working as a marketing and business
development professional for the last 3
years, Akanksha acquired knowledge of offline, online marketing and formulated strategies for brand placements. Early in her career she worked to build marketing strategies for male dominated chemical industries and volunteered to provide Industrial safety training to onboarded freshers under the CB program of the company. These early experiences helped her become the fearless person she is today. Prior to this, she graduated with a
Chemical Engineering degree and a
master's in MBA.
Her long-standing dream
of getting global exposure has prompted
her to pursue the GDBA course at
Concordia University to complement her
professional experience and managerial
Director of Philanthropy
Monika has an educational background in psychology, knowledge of 6+ languages, and several years of international experience. Professionally, she brings 5+ years of coaching and teaching as well as 10+ years working in ecommerce and sales analytics.
Outside of her career, she completed
over 1,400 hours of community service, learning and growing through this passion.
Her post-MBA career
objective is to gain a manager or director
role within a philanthropic organization.