Why we need to encourage young women to pursue careers in Business and STEM

By Kirsten Kennedy, Co-Chair of WCM Vancouver | Roundhouse Radio - Business in Vancouver | November 01, 2017

WCM Vancouver Co-Chair, Kristen Kennedy, Managing Director at BMO Capital Markets, speaks to Business in Vancouver about WCM's upcoming Shebiz.  SheBiz is a day long event introducing high school girls to a variety of career options in business and STEM. Kirsten discusses the importance of the event and why it is critical to increase female representation in STEM industries.

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