International Women's Day is celebrated on the 8th of March every year. Here in Canada and across the globe, Twitter uses the occasion to celebrate key female voices who use our service to connect, enrich and enlighten.
In 2020, Twitter Canada is fortunate to be part of a vibrant Canadian tech community that is in a constant state of evolution and full of incredible talent of all genders and backgrounds. From homegrown success stories to some of the world’s largest tech brands, this community is home to not only some of the finest technical talent but also, a dynamic roster of business leaders who have emerged as key voices within Canadian industry.
We’re using International Women's Day 2020 to shine a spotlight on 10 of these leaders who are also active participants in the wider tech conversations we see on Twitter every day. On topics ranging from innovation and inclusivity to economics and education, the collective voices of these 10 women are part of the chorus that is helping to grow Canada’s tech ecosystem on the world stage.
Follow them all today and be part of the conversation.
Janet Bannister (@jebannister) - Managing Partner, Real Ventures
Rola Dagher (@RolaDagher) - President, Cisco Canada
Sabrina Geremia (@sabrinageremia) - VP & Country Director - Canada, Google
Huda Idrees (@hidrees) - Founder & CEO, Dot Health
Hannah Parish (@Tuesday_child) - General Manager - Ontario, Lyft Canada
Shahrzad Rafati (@shahrzadrafati) - Founder & CEO, Broadband TV
Michele Romanow (@MicheleRomanow) - Co-Founder & President, Clearbanc
Andrea Stairs (@astairsk) - CMO, eBay North America & President, eBay Canada
Eva Wong (@eva_Toronto) - Co-Founder & COO, Borrowell
Maayan Ziv (@maayanziv) - Founder, AccessNow