Immigrant Women On Board:
Mentorship Program Closing Event Celebration
9:30-10:00 - Breakfast
- Served in Silver Room (event location)
10:00- 11:00 - Welcome & Presentation
- ANIW President: Minh Le
- Guest speaker: Sunny Clark
- Q & A
11:00-12:00 - Sharing Stories
Most Significant Changes During Mentorship Participation
- Group Discussion
- Open Discussion
12:00- 12:45 Lunch
1:00- 2:00- Project Presentation
- Program Feedback by Louise Griep
2:00- 3:00- Evaluation
We look forward to seeing you in Calgary!
Conact me on day of event on my cell: 403-472-3813
EXECUTIVE ROYAL INN
Saturday, May 4th 2013 at 10am-3pm
2828 23 Street Northeast
- We have the pleasure of welcoming our out of town guests to stay over night (Friday) to attend our event.
- Reimbursement for gas mileage @47c per km from your location.
- Please feel free to travel in groups with fellow mentors or mentees
- Accommodation will be paid by ANIW once you have RSVP
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Sunny Delaney-Clark is Director, Marketing, Public Relations and Business
Development at Kentrexs International -Immigration and foreign education
consulting services with offices in Beijing, Taiwan, Seoul, Vancouver, Edmonton
Previously, Sunny was Managing Director for Marketing, Business Development,
Human Resource Management and Service Quality Control at Medisys Health
Group, a provider of preventive health care program designed primarily for
corporate executive clients.
Sunny also held various positions at The Royal Bank of Canada including HR
adviser, Internal Audit and Residential Mortgage Specialist and Senior Account
manager - Business Banking.
Sunny Delaney-Clark was born in South Korea and moved to Canada in 1968. As a
first generation immigrant, Sunny likes to give back to community utilizing her
knowledge and experience and has served for Prairie Action Foundation as a
Treasurer, and for Calgary Catholic Immigration Services as a Treasurer and as the
Board Chair. Sunny currently serves on the Boards of the Immigrant Access Fund
as well as Immigrant Services Calgary.
Evaluator: Louise Griep
gender, organizational development, strategic planning
Louise Griep has an MA in Gender Analysis in Development, and has been consulting nationally and internationally in community and social development for the past 15 years, and instructing on-line and face-to-face courses for the past ten years. She has worked extensively with social justice non-profit organizations to conduct evaluations and research, provide training, and facilitate organizational development and increased impact in the community.
Louise has extensive experience with training in outcome measurement, community development in multicultural settings, appreciative inquiry and participatory techniques. She is committed to participatory project management, where analysis and decision making is inclusive of multiple participants and viewpoints. For the last five years, she has had a number of projects facilitating multi-sectoral strategic collaborations that capitalize on the strengths of each of the participants.
Alberta Network of Immigrant Women (ANIW)
program coordinator; Chido Mbavarira