Event (Upcoming)

21

June 2019

The Future of Work in Canada

11:30am-1:30am | One King West Hotel - 1 King St. W. , Toronto Purchase Tickets

Join the Economic Club of Canada as we gather industry leaders to share their views on the future of work in Canada. From new skills and labour markets, to the development of artificial intelligence, Canada is in a prime position to assume a leadership role on the global stage. How do we develop talent and prepare our youth as the world continues to change at a rapid pace? What are the core skills that Canadians need to succeed in the workplace? How can your business prepare for shifts that will impact Canada? Our panelists will share their stories and insights regarding the future of work in Canada along with thoughts on how we can intercept and embrace these changes to help make Canada the best it can be.

- Lunch will be served -

Member price:
Individual seat: $89 +HST
Table (seats 10): $800 +HST

Regular price:
Individual seat: $110 +HST
Table (seats 10): $990 +HST

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The Future of Work in Canada

Brian Lang

CEO
Mastercard

Brian Lang

Brian Lang is the President of Mastercard in Canada. In this role, he oversees all aspects of the company’s regional strategy and operations, with a mandate for continued growth and accelerated innovation.

Brian is focused on advancing Canada’s position as the world leader in digitally connected commerce, and strengthening Mastercard’s position as the fastest growing payments brand in Canada. He and his team are dedicated to delivering innovative solutions to Mastercard’s customers and stakeholders.

During his 12 years at Mastercard, Brian has held numerous leadership positions and has extensive global experience driving revenue growth and innovative, market-leading initiatives. Most recently, he led Market Development for Mastercard in the Middle East and Africa, where he was responsible for driving acceptance, non-traditional business development, sales, strategy, interchange and pricing across 69 countries. In previous regional roles across Europe and North America, Brian advanced key programs to address customer needs and deliver unique, industry-leading solutions. Prior to joining Mastercard, he held leadership positions at CIBC, Aeroplan, Air Canada and LANG & Associates.

Brian currently serves on the board of NuData Security, a Mastercard company, Brock University, as well as Crescent School in Toronto. He is a mentor at the Creative Destruction Lab (CDL), serves on the United Way of Toronto Major Individual Giving council, and is a Trustee of the Adair Trust. As a recent Chair of the Junior Achievement Africa Board, he remains involved with Junior Achievement in Canada. Brian is also a member of the Business Council of Canada and the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO).

Chris Dulny

Chief Innovation Officer
PwC Canada

Chris Dulny

Chris Dulny is a Partner in the Audit and Assurance practice of PwC working in the Toronto office, and is the national leader of the firm's Technology practice. Chris is responsible for Canadian and US GAAP reporting for technology, software and media and entertainment companies and has led a number of internal control initiatives. He has also performed key audits and other services for a range of private technology companies and large multinational clients.
Chris works exclusively in the firm’s Technology, Information Communications, Entertainment and Media (TICE) group and has a parallel focus on emerging companies in the technology space.
Chris has worked in PwC’s London, England office and holds CA and CPA designations. He graduated from the University of Western Ontario in London and Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo.

Jennifer Reynolds

President & CEO
Toronto Finance International

Jennifer Reynolds

Jennifer Reynolds is the President & CEO of Toronto Finance International (TFI), a public-private partnership whose mission is to promote and develop Toronto’s financial services sector, and to establish its prominence as a leading global financial centre.
Jennifer’s 20-year career in the financial services industry has included senior roles in investment banking, venture capital, and global risk management. Prior to joining TFI, Jennifer was the President & CEO of Women in Capital Markets (WCM), Canada’s largest industry association and advocacy group for women in the financial sector.
Jennifer is a Director on the Board of Citibank Canada, Director on the Board of the Canada Development Investment Corporation ("CDEV"), Director on the Board of Women’s College Hospital Foundation, and Director on the Board of Tourism Toronto. In 2015 and 2017, she was named a Women's Executive Network (WXN) Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Award Winner.

Jennifer is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Women's Leadership program, and she received her MBA from McGill University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Economics and Political Science from McGill University. Jennifer also holds the Institute of Corporate Directors Designation, ICD.D.

Jonathan Lister

VP, Global Sales Solutions and Canada Country Manager
LinkedIn

Jonathan Lister

Jonathan serves as LinkedIn’s Country Manager for Canada where he is responsible for increasing brand awareness and adoption. In this role, Jonathan focuses on driving revenue, user engagement, strategic partnerships, marketing and general operations.

Jonathan Lister is also the Vice President, Americas, Sales Solutions at LinkedIn. His team works with the world's most widely recognized brands to help them leverage their vast employee and client networks to build social selling expertise and dramatically improve how they sell.

Norie C. Campbell

Group Head, Customer and Colleague Experience
TD Bank Group

Norie C. Campbell

As a member of the senior executive team, Norie is Group Head, Customer and Colleague Experience, TD Bank Group and leads the teams responsible for Human Resources, Marketing, Corporate & Public Affairs, Financial Crimes and Fraud Management, and Enterprise Projects.
Norie joined the bank in 2000, and has held a number of high profile positions, most recently, leading a team of Legal, Compliance, Anti-Money Laundering, Financial Crimes and Fraud Management and Enterprise Project professionals. She became General Counsel in 2011 and was named to the bank's Senior Executive Team in 2013.
Norie has been awarded Canada's "Top 40, Under 40" distinction, has been recognized as one of Canada's Most Powerful Women by the Women's Executive Network, and was honoured by the Directors Roundtable with a World Recognition of Distinguished General Counsel award.
Norie is an active supporter of all of TD's diversity initiatives and chairs TD's Women in Leadership Committee, focused on increasing leadership representation of women from all backgrounds, driving success at all stages, and championing forward-thinking programs for all TD employees.
Norie has served as co-chair of TD Bank Group's annual United Way Campaign, and outside of TD is part of the Law Cabinet for United Way. She serves on a number of advisory boards, including Stepping Up: Preparing to be a GC.
Prior to joining TD, Norie practiced business law at McCarthy Tétrault LLP. She obtained her LL.B and her LL.M. from Osgoode Hall Law School.
Norie lives in Toronto, Ontario, with her husband and two sons.

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