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Women's Infrastructure Network postpones awards ceremony

Women's Infrastructure Network postpones awards ceremony

OTTAWA — The Women’s Infrastructure Network (WIN) has announced that in-person ceremonies honouring the 2020 WIN award winners have been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic but that the winners will still be announced as scheduled April 23.

The WIN awards are intended to recognize the accomplishments of Canadian women in infrastructure.

A release noted the awards will be handed out in person at a later date.

The nominees are as follows:

 

OUTSTANDING LEADER SHORT LIST

  • Cheryl Nelms, general manager of project delivery, Metro Vancouver
  • Joanna Ankersmit, director general, Laboratories Canada Programme, Public Service and Procurement Canada
  • Karla Avis-Birch, vice-president, GO Stations Capital Delivery, Metrolinx
  • Marie-Noel Ouellet, head of infrastructure debt, Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec
  • Melinda Nycholat, vice-president, operations for procurement, Defence Construction Canada
  • Olivia MacAngus, chief development officer, Colliers Project Leaders
  • Toni Rossi, president, Real Estate Division, Infrastructure Ontario

 

EMERGING LEADER SHORT LIST

  • Aline Bennett, wastewater engineer, WSP Canada Group
  • Anna Brighton, vice-president, RBC Capital Markets
  • Christine Tschetter, director of project services, RAM Engineering
  • Diana Nada, senior manager for infrastructure and capital projects advisory, Deloitte
  • Lindsay Wright, senior manager, KPMG LLP
  • Marie-Elen Cote, transportation engineer, Stantec.

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