An interview with Karen Scian and Che Marville #AllIn

Let's talk about women in politics. Thank you to our guests Karen Scian and Che Marville to sharing their experiences and advice on this topic! They are #allin!

Karen Scian is the co-founder of the Talent Business Solutions, an educator, and a recovering city councilor. Karen, a well-known community leader with more than 10 years of governance experience, is currently the Founder and Principal for The TALENT Business Solutions and Professor for the Small Business Ventures Program, Centre for Entrepreneurship, at Conestoga College, School of Business. 

Che Marville is an experienced personal development trainer, entrepreneur, organizational development leader and human capital specialist with a demonstrated history of working in the public and private sectors. She has a unique background in the wisdom traditions, Human Resources and mindfulness training. She is a meditation and yoga teacher with twenty years of experience teaching. Known for her creativity and innovation across diverse sectors, she believes that human potential is infinite.

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  • Che Marville
    @WomensMarchCDA tweeted this page. 2018-07-07 13:00:55 -0400
    Let's talk about women in politics. Thank you to our guests Karen Scian and @CheMarvilleReal to sharing their experiences and advice on this topic! They are #allin! #womeninpolitics #canpoli
  • stephanie ng
    commented 2017-11-07 18:14:44 -0500
    I think this discussion made an interesting point with regards to “what will be the catalyst for Canada in terms of women’s rights?” In the United States, there is a direct threat to women’s rights in terms of access to birth control, abortion, etc. In Canada, we still struggle with disparities in wealth, poverty, education among different racial and gender groups. It may not be headline news, but there are still barriers many groups come across. So what will be the tipping point where more women will advocate for equality for all? If we don’t have it at home, how can we expect to enact change world wide for all women?