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Georgina Dan

Celebrating Women in Business

Empowering Leadership at the SLCC

To celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8, 2022, we honour three powerful women, their work and leadership at the SLCC. Along with all the Ambassadors at the SLCC, these women contribute immensely to a world that’s diverse, equitable, and inclusive, and where difference is valued and celebrated. Representation counts. We raise our hands to all the women who give their time and love to our organization and make the SLCC a better place.

Alison Burns Joseph
CHEXIMIYA ALLISON BURNS JOSEPH, SQUAMISH NATION

As Manager of the Indigenous Youth Ambassadors Program at the SLCC Cheximiya has been successfully leading since joining the SLCC since opening in 2008.

Georgina Dan
T’ec Georgina Dan, Lil’wat Nation

Leader of the Spo7ez Performance team, co-facilitator of the Indigenous Youth Ambassador Program, and Cultural Administration Coordinator.

Heather Paul
HEATHER PAUL

As Executive Director, Heather brings a dynamic blend of leadership experience to the SLCC.

We raise our hand in thanks to Pique NewsMagazine and Glacier Media, for their partnership and good hearts in showcasing our successful women in business leadership in Whistler.

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