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Women in Governance, founded in 2010, is a Canadian non-profit organization devoted to empowering women through professional development. The organization is committed to bridging the gender divide in the workplace, ensuring access to Board seats, and removing obstacles to women’s advancement across all levels of the organizational ladder. Today, Alexa Translations is excited to announce our partnership with such a vital organization!

“As Alexa Translations continues to grow, it is critical that we continue to form strong relationships with organizations that align with our values of equal opportunity and inclusiveness”,  says CEO, Gary Kalaci. “For over a decade, Women in Governance has been making waves in the form of advocacy, major events, mentoring programs, and training and we’re delighted to support their efforts.”

Women in Governance Founder and Chief Equality Officer, Caroline Codsi, is a prolific executive with a career spanning over 25 years. She joined the Alexa Translations Board of Advisors back in November 2020 and is the recipient of numerous national and international awards. She has also been recognized as a Top 20 Diversity Leading Figure in Quebec, Top 75 Canadian Immigrant, Top 100 Most Powerful Women in Canada, Top 100 Entrepreneurs Changing The World, and sits on the boards of the Québec Employer Council (Conseil du patronat du Québec) and Montréal Museum of Fine Arts. In addition, Women in Governance Co-chair Norman M. Steinberg is also a member of the Alexa Translations Board. Mr. Steinberg is Vice-Chair of BFL Canada and former Chair Emeritus of Norton Rose Fulbright Canada. He is also Chair of The McGill University Health Centre Foundation, Co-Chair of Dorel Industries, Director of Fiera Capital, Chair of the Board of Governors of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, member of the Board of Directors and Organizing Committee of the Australia-Canada Economic Leadership Forum, Senior Advisor to Persistence Capital Partners, and Strategic Advisor of Vanadium One Iron Corp.

Alexa Translations is pleased to partner with organizations like Women in Governance and promote equality, mentorship, and inclusion.

If you would like to learn more about Women in Governance, visit womeningovernance.org

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