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Building a Better Ladder: How Scotiabank fosters female talent through sponsorship

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Not having a sponsor is one of the key reasons why many talented women never reach their potential.

Read Scotiabank’s Alana Riley story, in the recent Women of Influence article, on how an executive champion made a real difference in her career.

To read more: click here

Check out other Scotiabanker’s featured by Women of Influence:

International Day of the Girl CEO Takeover

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To mark the 2017 United Nations’ International Day of the Girl in Colombia, Banco Colpatria partnered with Plan International’s #GirlsBelongHere campaign to show that women and girls across the world belong in leadership positions. Campaign highlights included hosting Sindy Mosquera, an 18 year old vibrant, ambitious and authentic young woman, as Banco Colpatria’s CEO for the day.

To learn more about Sindy’s experience as CEO: click here

To learn more about Inclusion at Scotiabank click here

Join the International Women’s Day conversation on March 8 by using the hashtag #IWD2018

DMZ’s Women Founders Accelerator Program

Scotiabank recently announced the launch of the Women Founders Accelerator program in partnership with Tangerine and DMZ, the leading university-based incubator in North America. The program will help women founders break through barriers to better compete in the male-dominated startup field. Find out more on Scotiabank Perspectives: click here

Scotiabank is proud to publicly commit to gender equality through signing on to the Catalyst Accord and 30% Club.