February 26, 2017

Karen Smyth, Director of Information Technology & Services at Mount Saint Vincent University: Mentorship Matters

Karen Smyth on Information Tech Roles: Mentorship Matters from CATAAlliance on Vimeo.

One of CATA’s goals is to showcase executives as thought leaders in order to propel growth, innovation and opportunity for Canada as a competitive innovation nation.

Watch Karen Smyth, the Director of Information Technology & Services at Mount Saint Vincent University as she explains how the various roles within the Information Technology sector work together in her career as well as in the world around us.

Through sharing executive interviews, CATA fosters new ways of thinking, new perspectives, and new models to help reinvent government and industries as part of moving Canada up in innovation and competitiveness rankings from middle of the pack to first place.

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About CanWIT (Women in Tech)

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CanWIT (Women in Tech) is a CATAAlliance initiative designed to promote mentorship, STEM disciplines, Innovation advocacy and successful women led enterprises in Canada.

CanWIT crowdsources ideas and guidance from thousands of opt in members in moderated social networks in Canada and key global markets.

Among it key programs are, the Sara Kirke Awards for recognizing women entrepreneurs, Social Groups for peer information exchange, Video Sharing Channels for sharing of best practices, Competitive Innovation nation advocacy and member events on topics of the day.