Just last month, Michele O’Keefe became the newest president and CEO of Basketball Canada. As a large presence for Canada Basketball for years, O’Keefe has taken charge in several areas that include national alignment and elevating Canada’s existence internationally. As basketball in Canada continues to grow, O’Keefe is excited to “lead our strong team.”
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In keeping with the theme of O’Keefe’s impressive accomplishment, we’ve put together a list of other women throughout Canada who currently have impressive job titles. Take a look!
As the chief creative officer and co-founder of WeUsThem Inc., Alshazly consults across various sectors, industries and geographies. She is experienced in other areas, too, including being an adjunct professor, business advisor and a mentor and board member for small businesses.
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Coe is the senior vice president, independent production for Bell Media. She is responsible for the overall development and execution of creative content for all genres from independent producers for Bell Media’s conventional networks, as well as its English specialty and pay channels.
The president of iStyle Orignials, McDonald is known for being an entrepreneur with expertise in strategic planning and the development and management of several multi-millionaire dollar businesses. Currently, McDonald is the business of employing under-used spaces and allowing mobile professionals in Toronto and Ottawa to access them.
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Carreau is the CEO and founder of Inspired Hr, which allows her to help businesses deliver superior results by making better decisions about human capital and implementing strategies to get the most out of their current valuable resources. As well, Carreau is a proven leader and lives by three leadership qualities.
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