A bit about me:
Georgina’s career spans advocacy, consulting and senior management roles. She has spent most of her career as an advocate and director for various organizations and issues concerning business, environment, finance, taxation, health, education, transportation, infrastructure and human rights with a strong voice for Canada’s diversity and multiculturalism. She has served as executive assistant and senior Government Caucus staff to a Member of Provincial Parliament in the Office of the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care. Some of her accolades include a number of elected positions such as Governor of the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, President of the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce, Regional Vice President of the Liberal Party of Canada, Co-Chair of the Standing Committee on Multiculturalism, and Director of Working Skills Centre. She has a proven track record of developing business solutions for all aspects of talent, stakeholder relations and leadership management. She enjoys challenges and thinking "out of the box" in promoting novel and creative approaches to increasingly complex organizational and societal problems. As a testament to her dedication she was voted the runner-up in Equal Voice’s “Greatest Ontario Female Premier” 2007 and was selected from thousands of applicants for her commitment to the environment to become a Certified Presenter for Al Gore’s The Climate Project in 2008. Georgina currently serves as Vice President for United Nations Association of Canada (UNAC), Toronto branch. She is also involved with the Toronto International Microfinance Summit September 16-17, 2011, Settlement Assistance and Family Support Services, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, Frontiers Foundation, Canada Bangladesh Business Council, Canadian Friends of Haifa University and many others. Georgina is a graduate of the University of Toronto and Seneca College. In her spare time Georgina loves to volunteer for various causes and charities, engage in sports and travelling to view historic places, music, art and cultural pursuits.