Women Who Slay 2024
In Conversation with Unapologetically Jewish and Allied Female Voices.
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Women Who Slay 2024 Sponsorship Package
JNF Future presents our 2nd annual Women Who Slay event, highlighting passionate and hard working women who have carved out their own unique paths and spaces in their respective industries. From career changes, adversity, and challenges alongthe way, our panelists have each had journeys to finding joy inwhat they do.
This year's event will be a moderated conversation between unapologetically Jewish and allied female voices.
After seeing tremendous hatred in our community here in Toronto and all around the world, we have brought together a fabulous panel of strong women who will do the tell-all about what has happened since the tragic massacre on October 7th and will share why they cannot be silent any longer in showing their support towards Israel and the antisemitism happening locally.
Lights snacks and beverages will be served. Kashrut observed.
Date: Sunday, March 3, 2024
Time: 11:00 AM
Location: Jessica Gorlicky Designs
Cost: $36 General Admission
$30 Future Ambassadors*
*Must be currently enrolled in our 2024 JNF Future Ambassador Program.
Ahuva Hershkop | Registered Dietitian & Burnout Coach for Overstretched Professionals & Founder of the Unapologetic Living Code
Ahuva is a burnout coach and speaker. In her 1:1 coaching and corporate workshops she supports overstretched professionals in rewiring the neural pathways that lead to seamless habit change and allow them to reduce their mental load, improve productivity, and create a life they get to enjoy without compromising on their goals.
Sabrina Maddeaux | Award-Winning Journalist & Political Columnist
Sabrina is best known for her political columns in the National Post, where her work frequently appeared on the paper's front page and trended #1 online. She's earned a reputation for speaking truth to power and is respected for her sharp analysis on a broad range of political and economic issues, often parsed from a millennial perspective. She's currently on leave from the paper to pursue a federal Conservative nomination in the riding of Aurora––Oak Ridges––Richmond Hill. Her work has also appeared in/on the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, CP24, TVO, Breakfast Television, the CBC, BNN Bloomberg and more.
Naomi Parness | Founder of The Narrative Agency
Naomi is an award-winning storyteller, content creator, communications specialist and former journalist. Being a reporter with over 20 years experience, she spent almost a decade at CTV News Toronto. A tenacious reporter, Naomi established a solid reputation as the pitbull with a small frame but a large presence. Whether she was breaking exclusives and decoding the corridors at Toronto City Hall, or standing tall on the front lines at the chaotic G-20 riots, Naomi is regarded for fearless storytelling and a passion for people. In 2023, she went out on her own and started The Narrative Agency. She has been heavily involved in helping with media, crisis communications, and storytelling for UJA Federation during the Israel-Hamas war. Naomi is an active volunteer in her community. She is on the committee for the Toronto Public Library “Biblio Bash” and sat on the Holocaust Education Week committee for over two decades.
Sandra Zisckind | Managing Partner & Co-Founder of Diamond & Diamond Personal Injury Lawyers
Sandra moved to Washington D.C. in 2001 where she obtained her Master of Laws Degree from George Washington University while pursuing a legal internship with the late Senator John McCain. After being called to the Ontario Bar in 2003, Zisckind practiced insurance defence at a prominent firm before moving towards plaintiff personal injury. She has cemented herself as a legal commentator with media appearances on CTV, City News, CP24 and Global News. In a period of 10 years, Diamond and Diamond has expanded from one office to 16 offices across Canada, making them the largest Personal Injury firm in the country. Sandra is one of the only female managing partners of a law firm of this magnitude, with over 65 lawyers and over 300 support staff. Sandra also actively supports and is involved in numerous charities, including Easter Seals Ontario, Chai Lifeline and Victim Services Toronto where she has sat as co-chair since 2015.
JNF Future Women’s Committee Members:
Kortney Shapiro (Co-Chair)
Brittany Sud (Co-Chair)
Maxie Darya Winick
Thank You to Our Sponsors:
Diamond & Diamond LLP
Ellen & Ari Powell, Leah & Ethan
Spirit of Math Central Toronto
Downsview Chrysler Jeep
Millennial Financial Group
Jewish Professional Women of Toronto
Thank You to Our Event Supporters:
Jessica Gorlicky Designs
For more information and sponsorship opportunities contact Melanie, our Director of Events and Community Engagement at JNF Toronto via email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (416) 638-7200 ext. 148.