Once again, thanks to my friend Stephanie Morgan-Black from the Vancouver Board of Trade, Women’s Leadership Circle I was invited to be part of another Miss Representation panel. This time it was hosted by the UBC Sauder School of Business.
I absolutely love this documentary as it provides a format for many diverse discussions, opinions and life changing opportunities for ALL people, everywhere. Miss Representation is making a difference while providing an opportunity to change the way our youth experience media and the every present negative values that advertisers insist on to sell things we fundamentally don’t need.
My passion is that one day, everyone, everywhere, will understand what it is to treat one another with the highest level of human dignity we can provide. Let’s honor the human race we are all a part of and become great “Citizens of the World” using COURAGE in exchange for fear, and do what we can to provide respect to all.
Using the power of our higher intelligence we have the responsibility to lift up one another, sharing this world with honor, regardless of gender, race, values, or any other barrier our limitations create.
Please enjoy the dialogue and interviews and find out more about what you can do to change the direction of the world we created in media by committing ourselves to be messengers of catalytic, positive change, ultimately achieving ” Gender Blindness”.
Interview with Denise Baker, Assistant Dean, Hari B. Varshney Business Career Centre
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Interview with Bob G. Elton, Former CEO BC Hydro Corporation
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Interview with Darlene Forst Producer at Skydance Entertainment Inc.
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Moderator, Mary Lynn Young, Associate Dean of Faculty of Arts at UBC, Candace Newton-Chaput, President, Unlocking Secrets for Women Resources Inc., Bob Elton, Former CEO BC Hydro, Darlene Forst, President Sky Dance Entertainment Inc.