Entries by Zohreh Saher

interVivos Mentorship Feature: Kenneth and Giselle

A successful mentorship depends on several key factors. To help our mentors and protégés get the most out of their mentorship experience, we reached out to a successful mentor/protégé pair for advice. Giselle General is a Volunteer Coordinator with the Edmonton Community Legal Centre with well-defined career goals. And her mentor, Kenneth Cantor, is an […]

Feminism Makes Organizations Stronger

This year, #girlbossyeg 2018 had more male attendees than any other year before. We reached out to the first male attendee to register, Mike Kluh, for the event to provide some feedback on the event and a male feminist perspective. Mike had this to say:

Meet Your Panelists: Grace Cleveland

Tonight’s the night for #girlbossyeg 2018! We have an incredible group of female leaders from the Edmonton community on our panel this year. Here’s a chance to get to know one of our awesome panelists a little bit better: Grace Cleveland!

International Women’s Day

This blog was written by Stephanie Enders and was originally posted at http://www.startupedmonton.com/blog/2018/3/2/international-womens-day The City of Edmonton describes International Women’s Day as “a global celebration of the inspirational economic, political, and social achievements of women past, present, and future.” For us, it’s an opportunity to spark conversations around the unique challenges and opportunities that face women […]

Inform Yo’Self: What We Heard

On September 18, 2017, interVivos hosted a non-partisan event to better inform Edmonton’s young professionals on the issues that matter to them in the upcoming municipal election. The event featured small groups and expert panel members discussing transit, homelessness and housing, residential infill, diversity on council and safe injection sites.