Aspiring Women in Leadership and Legacy
Upcoming AWiLL Connect Event
Motivational Leadership in Action
AWiLL is pleased to Connect you to a dynamic presentation by Dr. Sandra Woitas as part of its Annual General Meeting. Sandra is well-known for captivating an audience with her charismatic personality and her straightforward delivery of her message. She has a long list of accomplishments that contribute to the betterment of our community and specifically to those who identify as women.
Anyone interested in learning more is invited to attend!
When: Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Time: 6:15 PM Networking and Refreshments
6:45 PM AGM Meeting
7:15 PM Dr. Sandra Woitas
Where: Alberta Counsel Office
9707- 110 Street Suite 800
Details: Parking is available underground and behind the building, as well as on the street.
*** Light fare and refreshments to be provided.
Note: This is a free event with door prizes to be won! Register at Eventbrite or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Sandra Woitas is a long-time educator and one of Edmonton’s most dynamic and impactful women. She is the former Director of the City Centre Education Project with Edmonton Public Schools, recognized by Today’s Parent magazine as one of the Top Forty Schools in Canada.
In 2003, Sandra was recognized as a Woman of Integrity on behalf of the Riverview Rotary Club. She has received the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and the Alberta Centennial Medal for her work in the community. She was featured as a Global Edmonton, Woman of Vision, in 2006, and in 2008 received an Honorary University of Alberta Alumni Award. Sandra was granted a Doctor of Laws Honorary Degree from the University of Alberta in 2014 and was awarded the Lions Club International Foundation “Melvin Jones” Citizen of Distinction Award for Dedicated Humanitarian Services. In June 2015, she was recognized as a Distinguished Alumni of MacEwan University and inducted into the City of Edmonton Hall of Fame for dedicated work in community services.
Sandra’s years of voluntary service include Edmonton’s Woman’s Advocacy Voice of Edmonton Committee, City of Edmonton City of Learners Initiative, University of Alberta Senate, Edmonton Journal Community Advisory Board, Big Sisters, Big Brother Board, City of Edmonton Police Commission.
In April 2015, Sandra started a private consulting practice. She enjoys living in the river valley with her husband, Tom, an artist, and their rescue dog, Tinsel. Her greatest personal accomplishment is a long-term marriage and a circle of pals from her youth to most recent friendships. and education we gain understanding and acceptance.
AWiLL wishes to acknowledge Alberta Counsel for its generous contribution of space for this event.