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City planning, Urban development, Transportation, Infrastructure, Public policy, Women's leadership
Overcome adversity, burn survivor, burn awareness, diversity and inclusion, self esteem and confidence, inspirational speaker, motivational speaker, woman speaker, author coaching
Social Innovator & Technology Entrepreneur - Founder of Kind Village Inc. (www.kindvillage.com) and 3 non-profit organizations delivering education content to empower groups with a need. International Intellectual Property Law + Technology Law and Policy Expert For more than a decade, Tanya Woods has worked on intellectual property, content, privacy, contract, technology, immigration, tax, and administrative and regulatory issues for public and private entities in the UK, US and Canada. She has represented Canada as a trade negotiator and has spent the bulk of her career working with technology and entertainment industry organizations. Tanya is often invited to speak at industry events around the world, guest lecturer at universities, and has several published articles (as writer and editor) on technology and copyright issues and social impact technologies and innovation.
Ellen Woodsworth is an international speaker and urban consultant on gender and intersectional planning
Nancy Worth is a feminist economic geographer at the University of Waterloo. She works with young adults/millennials/genY, examining how this generation is coping with insecure work and an increasingly inaccessible housing market.
Gender, Cultural history of nationalism, Gothic, Contemporary television, 19th century literature, Pop culture, Research policy, Politics and literature, University governance
Interior design, Interior brand, Commercial interiors, Space plan optimization, Design concept development
Joanne Wright's teaching interests encompass early modern British political thought as well as contemporary culture and political thought.
Indigenous tourism, business development, cultural sharing, community economic development
feminism, archaeology, philosophy of science, theories of evidence, feminist philosophy, collaborative research, archaeologists' collaboration with First Nations communities, research ethics