Join us at the 2019 WiDS AGM and Winter Networking Reception on January 23rd to ring in 2019.
AGM: 1700 - 1800
Reception: 1800 - 2000
Wednesday, 23 January
99 Bank Street, Ottawa
Register here. A conference bridge will made available for those unable to attend in person. Registration is for attendance numbers only - this is a free event. Let us know when you register if you would like to make use of the conference bridge.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Registration is now open!
We encourage you to think about purchasing early, as this event has sold out in previous years!
Click here to purchase your ticket.
*Early bird rates are in effect until January.
OTTAWA – Women in Defence and Security (WiDS) is pleased to announce General Dynamics as our first ever Patron Sponsor.
For the next three years, General Dynamics Land Systems–Canada, General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems–Canada, and General Dynamics Mission Systems–Canada will support us at the Patron level in our mission to promote and advance careers for women in the defence and security domains. The sponsorship will help ensure the overall success and growth of all WiDS programs and initiatives – everything from the WiDS Annual Memorial Scholarship Breakfast to our Annual Speed Mentoring Event. To successfully execute our mandate, WiDS depends entirely on the financial support of organizations like General Dynamics.
“WiDS is thrilled to welcome General Dynamics as our inaugural Patron Sponsor,” said Jana Lee Murray, President of WiDS. “This multi-year commitment will play a pivotal role in helping WiDS to achieve its mission to promote and support the advancement of women in Defence and Security in Canada. This will be accomplished through our investment in future leaders, our events focused on developing talent and enabling our members to create connections – all platforms that align with the culture of General Dynamics.”
Women in Defence and Security (WiDS) provides platforms for a vanguard of talented and devoted Canadian women serving our national defence and security missions. Today, WiDS has more than 2,000 members who work across industry, government, military, police services and first responder agencies. Members include men and women at various levels of their careers. WiDS is an arm’s length special operating committee of CADSI.