2023 WCM Champions of Change GalaThursday, June 15th 2023
6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
The 21st annual WCM Gala will feature in-person programming in Toronto. WCM’s Gala brings together the most senior leaders in finance to celebrate progress toward equity and diversity. The WCM Champions of Change award recognizes excellence in leadership, commitment, and creativity in advancing equity in the Canadian finance industry.
Join us for an exciting keynote speaker followed by a formal 3-course meal and award show.
Rooms can be booked at The Fairmont Royal York for the rate of $399/night. The booking link can be assessed through the registration form or you can book here. Book before May 15th.
More information on the event found here.
Member Early Bird Tickets $275 (Available until May 4; limited quantity available)
Member Regular Tickets $325
Table (10 tickets) $2,750
Regular Tickets $375
Angelique Bellmer Krembs is a Chief Marketing Officer and Brand Advisor, currently CMO-in-Residence at A.Team working with a portfolio of VC and PE-backed brands. She spent 23 years at PepsiCo, leading turnaround and growth for many beloved brands, including Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew, and SoBe. After PepsiCo, she was EVP, CMO at News America Marketing, leading digital transformation for this division of News Corp, then joined BlackRock as Global Head of Brand, leading their activation of Corporate Sustainability and Stakeholder Capitalism. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University, and an MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business.
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