Women in Business Forum

                                                                               Woman in Business Forum

                                                                       Faces of women in Business Panel
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Hilton Saint John
(In the former Turn of The Tide Room)
One Market Square
This Months Moderator is
Alyson Townsend, Partner, Resonance
Raha Mosca An Iranian-Canadian, Raha immigrated to Canada in 2006. With the support of her family, she chose Saint John and the University of New Brunswick to be the location where she could realize her dreams of advancing her education, improving her English language skills. She successfully completing her business studies on the Dean’s List, Raha secured employment and was hired on permanently within the first year. A resident of Rothesay, Raha acted as Vice-Chair of Public Works and Infrastructure Board and currently serves on Parks and Recreation committee, Heritage committee and a member of the board of KV Oasis Youth Centre and President of CPANB-Greater Saint John Chapter. Raha also served on UNB Alumni Council for two consecutive terms and acted as the chair of the international committee within the last term. She continues to serve on the Saint John Iranian Community Board.
Alexandra McDonald, Network Marketer, Foxxy Empire Beauty & Legal Assistant, Cox & Palmer
Alex was born and raised in Toronto. She moved to Saint John 16 years ago to go back to school and get the University degree. After graduating from UNBSJ she moved back to Toronto but soon realized the big city charm had worn off. Since moving back to Saint John in the fall of 2007 she started working as a legal assistant at Cox & Palmer and has been there ever since holding various roles including management roles. Alex found her passion when a friend introduced her to Network Marketing. She decided to investigate the industry herself and make her own decisions about it. 5 years later she is in the top 4% of the company worldwide and has an international team of women working part-time at their beauty business to help support themselves, their family and show other women they can do the same.
Stacy Humphrey Lohnes, Police Officer, City of Saint John
Stacy Humphrey Lohnes is a 41 years old Saint John police officer and has been for the last 19 years. She has done work in the major crime investigations, undercover and general patrol duties. She currently is assigned to patrol and is an acting supervisor. She is the wife of an amazing husband and mother of 2 crazy busy boys. Stacy is currently the Vice President of the Saint John Police Association and runs her own business which is a network marketing company.
Dominique Leger, Owner, In Pursuit
Dominique grew up in Fredericton, New Brunswick and immediately after graduating high school left for the big city to study Fashion Marketing and Merchandising at Toronto’s International Academy of Design and Technology. From there, she began a 15-year career in retail that included Management and Visual Merchandising. When an opportunity to move back to the Maritimes from Ontario presented itself, she considered it the next step in the right direction on her journey and decided to abandon retail for a Monday to Friday 9 to 5 office job. On a Summer trip to Boston, lights, bells and sirens all started to go off at once as she spotted “The Fashion Truck” at the SoWa Market. She knew instantly that this was it.
Free to Attend. All Welcome
Doors open at 4:30 pm
5:00 pm – Networking & Appetizers
5:30 pm – Panel of Speakers
6:30 pm – Q&A

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