To challenge the status quo for women in business, we need to face our biases

March 27, 2018 Erin Davis

As we look back over the past year, the pace and frequency of conversation around women's rights continues to rise.

We've seen the Women's March on Washington, the placement of the Fearless Girl statue on Wall Street, the #MeToo movement and, most recently, the #TimesUp letter of solidarity.

Voices for women's equality, advancement and advocacy continue to gain momentum, but are they making a difference? Read Erin's thoughts published in The Globe and Mail.

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Erin Davis

After several years of working in strategic planning, Erin moved into the role of Director, Global Total Engagement at Stantec. Drawing on her strategic planning background and passion for building inclusive work cultures, she has successful driven change across organization.

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