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6 Canadian Businesses Lead by Women in STEM

Photo courtesy of Nada/Maxine Bulloch

International Women’s Day is observed on March 8 every year. From startups to restaurants to high-tech corporations, women are taking the business world by storm and leaving their mark. This year’s theme for IWD in Canada is celebrating innovative women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) who #InnovateforChange.

Here, some of the women in STEM featured in Bay Street Bull in the past year.

Aisha Addo, founder of DriveHER, on the power of employing and empowering women

November 2018


Sage Franch, creator of Crescendo, is making tech more inclusive for everyone

November 2018


Stephany Lapierre, CEO and founder of tealbook, is using artificial intelligence to shake up the procurement industry

May 2018


Linda Stephenson Talks About The Benefits of Studying Sciences

June 2018


Heather Payne, HackerYou Founder, is Disrupting Education

April 2018


 

Marine Biologist and CEO of Vancouver’s Nada, Brianne Miller, dives into reducing plastic

March 2019