Recap of PRUDE Inc.’s International Women’s Day Event


On Friday, March 8th, 2024, PRUDE Inc. organized an International Women’s Day event at BGC Saint John, shining a spotlight on the importance of promoting diversity in the workplace. The event brought together a diverse group of individuals passionate about fostering inclusivity and empowerment.

Elizabeth Moncy, an alumna of PRUDE Inc.’s Newcomer Women Leadership Program (NWLP), led the event as the moderator. Her guidance ensured that the discussions flowed smoothly, allowing for meaningful dialogue on key issues.

Jackson Enoh, PRUDE Inc.’s Executive Director, set the tone for the event by extending a warm welcome to all attendees. His emphasis on inclusivity and empowerment resonated throughout the gathering, setting a positive atmosphere for collaboration and learning.

Among the guests was Li Song, PRUDE Inc.’s former Managing Director, alongside other notable guests from various sectors. Their presence added depth and insight to the discussions, showcasing the collective commitment to promoting diversity and inclusion.

The highlight of the event was undoubtedly the panel discussion featuring Corinne Kincade, an NBCC Business Instructor and Community Leader, Lorraine Peters, the Founder of The Development Academy, and Yessika Veliz, an Office Manager at Aquila Tours. Each panelist shared their experiences and perspectives on effectively promoting inclusivity in the workplace. Their insights provided valuable takeaways for attendees looking to create more diverse and welcoming environments within their organizations.

In addition to the panel discussion, Margarita Mora, a PRUDE Inc. All Women Project Assistant, organized an engaging art competition. The competition served as a platform for participants to showcase their artistic talents while highlighting the importance of creative expression in promoting diversity and empowerment.

As the event drew to a close, Brenda Diaz, PRUDE Inc.’s ALL WOMEN Project Coordinator, delivered a heartfelt vote of thanks. She expressed gratitude to all participants including PRUDE Inc. staff and volunteers for their contributions to advancing diversity and inclusion in the professional sphere. Special thanks were extended to Melissa Remington of RBC and the entire RBC team for their sponsorship of the event, underscoring the importance of collaboration in driving positive change.

In conclusion, PRUDE Inc.’s International Women’s Day event was a resounding success, bringing together individuals from diverse backgrounds to celebrate and champion diversity in the workplace. Through thoughtful discussions, creative expressions, and genuine collaboration, the event served as a reminder of the collective responsibility we all share in creating inclusive environments where every voice is heard and valued.

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