Women of influence.For the fifth consecutive year, Saskatchewan Business Magazine is pleased to recognize some of the province's most influential women. Though they have varied backgrounds and fields of expertise, these women wield wield
tr.v. wield·ed, wield·ing, wields
1. To handle (a weapon or tool, for example) with skill and ease.
2. To exercise (authority or influence, for example) effectively. See Synonyms at handle. considerable clout in their respective fields.
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A Tribal Council , one of Canada's most highly regarded tribal organizations, she will raise the organization's profile even further and enhance MLTC's position as a leader in commercial as well as social development among First Nations.
As the newly elected Chief of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band, the largest in the province, she oversees one of the most successful First Nations economies in Saskatchewan. One of a growing number of women in tribal leadership positions, she has been involved with the Band's umbrella holding company Kitsaki Management and was a three-term councilor coun·cil·or also coun·cil·lor
A member of a council, as one convened to advise a governor. See Usage Note at council.
coun before securing the Chief's position in a highly competitive election.
A development officer with the Saskatoon City
Saskatoon City was a federal electoral district in Saskatchewan, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1935 to 1949. Hospital Foundation she is the newly installed president of the Saskatoon Saskatoon (săskətn`), city (1991 pop. 186,058), S central Sask., Canada, on the South Saskatchewan River. and District Chamber of Commerce and positioned to be one of the fast risers in the local and provincial business communities. Known to be impatient with the pace of positive change, she is well-placed to be a catalyst for accelerated development.
The second vice-president of the Saskatoon Chamber, she is a partner in the Handy Group of Companies. An active community player she is a member of the Centennial sponsorship committee, is on the Conventions Saskatoon committee and worked on two briers.
Executive assistant to Opposition Leader Brad Wall Brad Wall (born November 24, 1965 in Swift Current, Saskatchewan) is a Canadian politician, leader of the Saskatchewan Party, and leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. and a former Saskatchewan Party The Saskatchewan Party is a centre-right political party in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The party was established in 1997 by a coalition of former Progressive Conservative and Liberal party members and supporters who sought to remove the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party candidate, she has extensive experience on policy development and the political process; likely the result of being part of a political family as her mother is Saskatchewan's new federal cabinet member Carol Skelton Carol Skelton, PC, MP (born December 12, 1945 in Biggar, Saskatchewan) and was the Minister of National Revenue of Canada from 2006 to 2007.
Skelton, an administrator, coordinator, farmer, rancher and recruiter is a member of the Canadian House of Commons. .
As principal of the professional recruitment firm Executive Source she has played a role in identifying or attracting many senior decision makers in the province's public and private sectors. She also is on the executive of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce, co-chairs the Saskatchewan Labour Force Development Board and is a member of the Saskatchewan Business Mentor Institute steering committee steer·ing committee
A committee that sets agendas and schedules of business, as for a legislative body or other assemblage.
As the head of the Public Service Commission she is responsible for provincial government hiring. At a time when the aging baby boom generation is about to begin retiring, she is charged with developing a succession plan that has significant implications in the areas of youth retention and repatriation Repatriation
The process of converting a foreign currency into the currency of one's own country.
If you are American, converting British Pounds back to U.S. dollars is an example of repatriation. .
A professor at the U of S and involved with the Canada Rural Economy Research Lab she has earned national recognition for her work on demographics, particularly on rural communities. She has authored several controversial papers on the subject of supporting a limited number of communities with a positive future and ignoring those in the final stages of their demise.
As the overseer of the influential Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan, an organization that supports emerging and successful businesswomen alike, this former Saskatoon Chamber president is a go-to player on the business development scene in the province.
A founding partner of the Saskatoon technology firm Itracks, a global leader in online research, she has been the recipient of a range of accolades including the Business Development Bank Young Entrepreneur award and STEP Exporter of the Year. She also was a member of the provincial task force on the IT sector.