Mine Your Potential 2020 is Going Virtual!
The WIM/WiN-SK Board of Directors are thrilled to announce that our very popular Mine Your Potential Conference will be held virtually this year. MYP 2020 will be held over two mornings September 24 and 25th from 8:30 until 12:00 noon.
While the current situation provides a unique challenge, we are excited about continuing to provide opportunities for professional development and keeping the mining and nuclear industries connected. This is a time that requires adaptation and flexibility and WIM/WiN-SK is committed to continue bringing value to its members. The virtual format will include opportunities for networking, panel discussions, and break-out sessions. Student sponsored tickets will be available for this virtual conference. All student and regular admission tickets will have access to speaker presentations following the conference. For more details including the conference program and session descriptions see the links below! To arrange a bulk ticket order or if you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for MYP 2020 is now open! Click the link below to register.
Jamile Cruz from I&D 101 will be our keynote speaker for this years conference. Jamile is the co-founder and executive director of I&D 101, a company specializing in Inclusion and Diversity consulting services. She has spent over eighteen years with clients transforming businesses in high performing organizations, creating and implementing strategies to reduce operational costs and achieve their business goals. Jamile has international experience across multiple industries including mining, engineering, telecommunications and management consulting, where she worked directly for Hatch, Vale and Accenture and advised Fortune 500 organizations. She is now driven to share her knowledge and experience to create a greater social impact. Jamile holds a Project Management Professional designation, a Master’s Certificate in Project Management, and a Bachelor of Engineering degree.