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Thursday, Dec 31, 2020

Due to the unfortunate circumstances surrounding COVID-19, CREW Calgary has postponed this event. Stay tuned for an updated date and time

Be one of the first to see WeWork's brand new space at Stephen Avenue Place! Please join us, in collaboration with WeWork, for lunch and mini-panel series with Calgarians disrupting their current traditional work spaces! Hear how they look at things differently, have taken risks, and in turn have made their peers take note and elevate themselves to the new standard set.

Our Speaker Panel each brings a unique vision and approach to “disrupting” their markets. Find out more about their new ventures what inspires them!

Donna Fahey, Vice President of Sales & Marketing

Donna’s extensive sales and marketing experience in the hospitality and tourism industries spans 20+ years. Donna spent 10 years designing and managing international luxury tours across the globe, working with organizations such as the Calgary Zoo, the University of Alberta, and the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada. Her passion for innovation and creativity has allowed her to share success with the organisations she has represented as well as providing great personal satisfaction as she creates change and disrupts the norm.    

Keith Driver is a serial entrepreneur

He is the Executive Vice-President for Enterra Feed Corporation, an insect larvae company based in Balzac, just north of Calgary. He and his wife Catherine are also involved in several other environmentally conscious ventures such as aerofodder.com, an aeroponic barley farm that can produce four tonnes of barley grass a day in 2,800 square feet of vertical growing space. Previously, Keith has served in senior leadership positions in several technology companies over the past 20 yrs. Keith holds two degrees in engineering and an MBA, and has served as a sessional instructor at both his alma maters: the University of Calgary and University of Guelph.

Brianna Iverson is the Portfolio Director for WeWork Western Canada 

In her role as Porfolio Director, Brianna takes part in determining new buildings to enter in to, programming the space based on the needs of our members and helps to add relevant details to inform the Design team on the uniqueness of each building and which localized aspects we want to highlight. .  She brings 17 years of experience in the Hospitality and Workspace industries. Brianna holds a diploma in Hospitality Management, and when not working spends her time equally engaged with her husband and two kids.

Ivonne Gamboa is a civil engineer 

With 20 plus years of experience managing institutional, commercial and residential developments, Ivonne has stick handled projects with budgets over $500 million. During her career, Ivonne has held multiple executive positions and founded various companies. Currently, she is the president and CEO of GOAT Generation, a disruptive tech social enterprise that offers an innovative solution to food waste.

Brett Koroluk is a Vice President at Slate Asset Management

Brett joined Slate in 2019. He is responsible for the management of Slate's Calgary assets including oversight of leasing and third-party property management professionals, preparation of annual operating budgets, and execution and approval of capital spending and leasing programs.

Prior to Slate, Brett spent five years overseeing the leasing at Aspen Properties which consisted of a portfolio comprising of nearly 4M square feet of office space in both Calgary and Edmonton.

Born and raised in Calgary, he holds a business degree with a concentration in finance from the University of Lethbridge.

CREW Calgary offers student pricing for this event at $20.00.

Registration closes March 10, 2020.

*Please note any dietary restrictions in the comments on the registration page*

  • When

    Thursday, Dec 31, 2020

  • Where

    WeWork Stephen Avenue Place
    700 2 Street Southwest, Calgary, AB T2P 0X1, Canada

  • Time

    11:30am -1:30pm

  • Price
    Member Price
    Non-Member Price
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