Women Out of Work: Ensuring a Fair & Equitable Hamilton Recovery Event

Research has shown that the pandemic has more heavily impacted Black, Indigenous and racialized women (BIPOC), younger women, women with disabilities, and low-income workers. This event will look to share the findings of the Women Out of Work study, and further a conversation about the ways in which Hamilton can move towards an equitable and fair COVID-19 recovery. 


Kim Martin, Executive Director, Social Planning & Research Council of Hamilton


  • Joana Fejzaj, Manager, Community Partnerships & Development, Empowerment Squared
  • Maxine Carter, Director, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, Mohawk College
  • Denise Christopherson, CEO, YWCA Hamilton
  • Andrea Peters, Job Developer, Goodwill, the Amity Group

Please note, you do not need to be a member of the Hamilton Chamber to attend this event.

To learn more about the Women out of Work: Assessing Hamilton’s Employment Disparities During COVID-19 study, please visit WomenOutofWork.ca. If you have any questions, please contact Katie Stiel (k.stiel@hamiltonchamber.ca).

This project  is funded in part by the Government of Canada and Government of Ontario. 


Date and Time

Aug 25, 2021, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Registration is at an external URL for this event.

Video By
Christoph Benfey

Photography By
Reg Beaudry

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