The EDI Imperative: Changing the Profile of STEAM in Canada

November 6, 2019, Shaw Centre, Ottawa

OSPE will be hosting a forum that discusses the importance of equity, diversity and inclusion in the engineering profession.

About EDI Forum?

Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in Canada’s STEM sector is vital –the moral and business case has been made. If we don’t work together to remove barriers to full inclusion, our businesses, educational institutions, and society will miss out on innovative ideas, perspectives and attitudes that can help shape our nation’s future.

It is time to recognize that more needs to be done to ensure EDI becomes a reality, not only by sharing insights on the challenges that persist, but by defining solutions to address them. This event is not just about creating a conversation, it’s about fostering a movement.  How can we make an impact?

Who can attend?

This event will be open to all government entities, industry and academia, and it will attract engineering, STEM, Human Resources and Diversity professionals.

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Who can attend?

This event will be open to all government entities, industry and academia, and it will attract engineering, STEM, Human Resources and Diversity professionals.

Diversity should be reflected in the audience; however, we also want to make sure that we reach those who we need to influence most.

Pricing and Registration

This one-day event includes Continental Breakfast, Plated Lunch, Networking Breaks and Reception.

OSPE Members

$249/per ticket

Non-members

$349/per ticket

OSPE Student Members

$99/per ticket

Partnership Opportunities

Jason Di Tommaso, Strategic Partners
jditommaso@ospe.on.ca
613.986.1437

Registration

Marianne So, Specialist Community Engagement & Events
mso@ospe.on.ca
416.223.9961 ext. 237

Event Inquiries

Andrea Carmona, Lead, Policy & Government Relation
acarmona@ospe.on.ca
416.223.9961 ext. 243

Register Now!

This year, over 1,400 attendees – from the engineering community and beyond – will gather to learn, network, and brainstorm together.