Women's Leadership Conference presented by Women in Auto Care and Automotive Industries Association of Canada

13 June - 14 June Hyatt Regency Toronto
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Speakers

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Schedule

  • 12 June
  • 13 June
  • 14 June

Amy Jo Martin

New York Times Bestselling Author & Podcast Host
Amy Jo Martin is the author of New York Times best-seller Renegades Write the Rules, and host of the Why Not Now? podcast. She founded Digital Royalty in 2009 to help corporations, celebrities and sports entities humanize their brands online through social communication channels. Amy Jo has worked closely with world-renowned brands such as Hilton Worldwide, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Shaquille O’Neal to successfully humanize their presence. Her motto: humans connect with humans, not logos.

Amy Jo herself has a social media following of more than a 1.1 million people and was named the third most powerful woman on Twitter by Forbes. Amy Jo believes the future of technology is the future of humanity. She conducts clinical research studies and travels the world to speak about this topic and many other topics. She recently spoke to an audience of 10,000 people.

In 2012 Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos.com, and Baron Davis, NBA player, invested in Amy Jo and her company. After a successful seven-year run as the Founder & CEO of Digital Royalty and growing the business globally into ten different countries, Amy Jo recently exited the company.

Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, Amy Jo began working for the NBA’s Phoenix Suns during their 2005-06 season. These were the wild wild west days of social media and there were no rules or regulations in place.

As a young female building her career in male-centric industries, Amy Jo has developed a passion for helping women thrive in business leadership. She is currently spending her time researching the relationship between technology and humanity. She is also investing in other female entrepreneurs so they can reach their full potential.

Amy Jo sits on the St. Jude Digital Board of Directors. After visiting Africa, she has an obsession with how we can help bring clean water to more people via charity: water.

Amy Jo is also a contributor to news outlets including the Harvard Business Review and Sports Business Journal. She has been featured in top-tier media outlets including Vanity Fair, TIME, Forbes, The New York Times, Fast Company, ESPN SportsCenter, USA Today, MSNBC and Newsweek.

Client portfolio includes: Hilton Worldwide, Shaquille O’Neal, Motorola, FOX Sports, The X-Factor, Chicago White Sox, UFC and Dana White, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Los Angeles Kings, Jabbawockeeez, Doubletree by Hilton, Tony Hsieh CEO of Zappos.com, Monte Carlo Resort & Casino, KC Royals and Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

14 June

Annie Hotte

Chief People Officer
Uni-Select
Ms. Hotte joined Uni-Select as Senior Director, Human Resources for Automotive Canada in 2009, and was appointed Vice-President, Human Resources of Uni-Select Inc. in 2012. She has over 20 years experience in strategic human resources management in the distribution, air transport, retail and consumer goods, and finance sectors. Annie Hotte studied human resources at the Université de Montréal and has completed the Perfectionnement des cadres supérieurs program at CIREM-HEC Montreal. She holds an Executive MBA from McGill-HEC Montréal and is a Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP). Ms. Hotte also sits on the board of directors of Telecon.

13 June

Bill Hanvey

President and CEO
Auto Care Association
William J. “Bill” Hanvey is president and CEO of the Auto Care Association, which represents the entire $381 billion independent automotive aftermarket supply chain.

Since becoming president and CEO on Dec. 1, 2015, Hanvey has structured the association under five core pillars, including the advancement of data and technology usage in the auto care industry, and the alignment of his team in order to meet both current and future needs of the Auto Care Association membership. On a daily basis, Hanvey utilizes his prior professional experience in the areas of marketing, sales, product management and pricing to prioritize evaluating the needs of an evolving industry and providing the benefits and legislative representation that members seek.

Most recently, Hanvey served as senior vice president of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association (AASA), a division of the Motor Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA), beginning in 2012. At AASA, he managed their headquarters operations while advocating for North American parts manufacturers to the auto care industry, federal and state government agencies, and the business community.

Hanvey has spent his entire 30+ year career in the aftermarket. After earning his bachelor’s degree in mass communications and public relations at St. Bonaventure University, he began his career as a field sales representative with Tenneco Automotive and progressed through increasingly more responsible positions in product management and marketing within the company. He finished his career at Tenneco as the Ride Control Product Director, where he led the product and marketing teams for North America. Hanvey then became the first marketing director for FleetPride®, where he developed and executed a strategic marketing and branding plan integrating 37 separately-owned companies into what is now the nation’s largest independent heavy-duty parts distributor.

14 June

Commander Kelly Williamson

Director, Navy Public Affairs
Royal Canadian Navy‎

14 June

Fotini Iconomopoulos

Advisor & Trainer
“I help people get what they want.” Nicknamed “the negotiator” as a child, Fotini has always channeled her energy into a passion for the power of forward thinking. Today, business executives partner with her to achieve their business goals, increase profitability and create a competitive advantage. Fotini empowers executives and their teams through her expertise in negotiation, communication and persuasion. To share her strengths with more business leaders, she is also an adjunct professor of MBA Negotiations at the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto where she completed her MBA in Organization Behavior.

After a decade of owning and managing small businesses in the retail sector, Fotini refined her negotiation skills in the corporate world in the consumer packaged goods industry before becoming a management consultant. She created a successful negotiation advisory practice for another global firm before branching off on her own. Over the last 8 years she has helped clients all over the globe focus their energy on moving their commercial objectives forward. Fotini thrives on guiding clients through high-stakes scenarios in such industries as CPG, retail, professional services, energy, telecommunications and finance.

Fotini is passionate about helping people develop the confidence to take on whatever challenges come their way, and has a particular interest in empowering women and disadvantaged groups. When not with clients or in the classroom, she spends her time public speaking on negotiation, communication, leadership and conflict management, and offering her experience to meaningful non-profit initiatives including the Network of Executive Women, Rethink Breast Cancer and Up With Women.

14 June

Jean-François Champagne

President
AIA Canada
JF Champagne is a highly effective association leader and technology visionary with a focus to ensure organizations thrive in the digital age. His exploration of how technology can be integrated in strategic planning has helped to build better and stronger organizations.

He represents the interests of the automotive aftermarket, as President of AIA Canada - the voice and resource of the automotive aftermarket.

JF is a skilled communicator, fluent in English and French, and has spoken nationwide on a variety of topics including new and emerging technology; the automotive aftermarket sector; and organizational effectiveness.

He is the automotive aftermarket representative on the Canadian Automobile Service Information Standard (CASIS) Task Force and the Canadian Automobile Partnership Council (CAPC).

14 June

Kathy Korman Frey

Entrepreneur in Residence, Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership, The George Washington University School of Business, CFEE
Founder & CEO, The Hot Mommas Project
Kathy Korman Frey is the founder of the Hot Mommas® Project: The world’s largest women’s case study library providing access to teachable, scalable role models and mentors from around the world. Over 10 years of development and testing, the venture’s Women’s Leadership Academy and International Women’s Business Leadership workshops produce up to a 200% increase in the critical success factor for women: Self efficacy.

Previously, Frey served as Chief Operating Officer for the National Council on the Aging Development Corporation. There, she was part of the senior management team raising $8 million in strategic venture funds for a healthcare software company targeted toward corporations and caregivers. Frey also worked with a government-backed national senior workforce program turnaround, and on BenefitsCheckUp.org, a benefits-matching service providing a 200-to-1 ROI.

Prior, Frey worked in the merger & acquisition / competitive intelligence consulting industry for MMI, Inc. (acquired by Citigate). There, she advised multi-national Fortune 500 and 100 corporations on positioning strategies in a variety of industries ranging from pharma & health, to mobile phones, to farm equipment. On the operations side, Frey created, staffed, and managed internal departments resulting in a 20% annual revenue increase. She later founded and served as Managing Director of Vision Forward, a planning consulting firm comprised of highly skilled flex workers. Today the firm works with top executive teams (at organizations including AARP, Discovery
Communications, Entrepreneurs Organization, the US Department of Justice, and the US Federal Drug Administration) to deliver award-winning women’s leadership content through partners and workshops delivered to companies, conferences, and international groups.

At the George Washington University, Frey co-created the School of Business’s Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership (WEL) Program, winner of a National Excellence in Education Award from the US Association of Small Business and Entrepreneurship. The award led to a GW ranking in Fortune Small Business and a regular top three status by the Princeton Review for GWSB as “Best Opportunities for Women.”

Frey has served on several advisory boards including the Alzheimer’s Association, United Women in Business, Enstitute, Mixology, Year Up’s Women Supporting Women, and ICON. Awards include: National Association of Women Business Owner’s (NAWBO) Woman of Distinction, Washington Business Journal’s Women Who Mean Business, and Virginia Woman of Influence. She has been featured on NPR, in Washington Post, Financial Times, Ms, Inc., and others. She earned her MBA from Harvard Business School and her B.A. in English from the University of Virginia where she received the Seven Society’s James Earle Sargeant award for community service.

13 June

Laura Stacey

Professional Hockey Player
Laura Stacey first wore the maple leaf as a member of Canada’s National Women’s U18 Team in August 2010. She went on to win silver and gold with the team at the 2011 and 2012 IIHF U18 Women’s World Championship.

Over the next few year’s, Stacey competed internationally with the National Women’s Development Team, which included gold medals at the 2015 and 2016 Nations Cup. But she was also cut from the National Women’s Team four straight years before making her IIFH Women’s World Championship debut in 2017, helping Canada win the silver medal. Those cuts made her truly realize how much she wanted to pursue her dream of playing for Team Canada. Stacey played collegiately at the University of Dartmouth where she was the team’s Rookie of the Year in 2012-13. She captained Dartmouth in her senior year and was the team’s leading scorer as well as MVP, earning her a spot on the Ivy League First All-Star Team. In her final college game, she broke both wrists after being tripped into the boards, but was able to avoid surgery. Selected third overall by Brampton in the 2016 CHHL Draft, she went on to be named CWHL Rookie of the Year in 2016-17 after leading all first years in scoring.

A little more about Laura
Getting into the Sport: Started playing hockey at age 4…Her parents enrolled her in a learn-to-skate/figure skating class but she didn’t enjoy it because she wanted to be with the kids playing hockey on a different rink…She eventually convinced her parents to let her play…Her great-grandfather was Hockey Hall of Famer King Clancy…Her great uncle Terry Clancy played for Canada at Innsbruck 1964…Outside Interests: Graduated from Dartmouth College in 2016…Would like to pursue an MBA and work on the business side of sports…Enjoys playing golf…Odds and Ends: Started to dream about playing for Team Canada since the first time she saw the Canadian women win gold on TV at Salt Lake City in 2002; wanted to one day stand on the blue line with a gold medal around her neck…Has been inspired by Cassie Campbell’s style of play, leadership, and dedication since she was a young child…Favourite quote, “One day I want to honestly say ‘I made it’”; has it as her screensaver to make it a daily reminder…

14 June

Mandy Rennehan

Blue-Collar CEO & Founder of Freshco.ca (not the grocery store!)
Mandy Rennehan’s (a.k.a. Bear’s) contagious honesty is matched by her quick wit, East Coast humor, and big heart. She left Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, at 18 with a dirty hockey bag and an audacious dream. By 19, she founded Freshco (not the grocery store!), Canada’s #1, full-service, reconstruction, and retail maintenance provider with full coverage across Canada and the eastern United States.

Freshco’s state-of-the-art technology, highly-skilled team, and fun attitude, are just some of the reasons they attract and retain giant retail clients like Anthropologie, Apple, Banana Republic, Home Depot, Lululemon, Nike, Restoration Hardware, Sephora, The Gap, Tiffany & Co., plus many more. 

But the story doesn’t end there…

One fateful day, two prodigies with the same insatiable passion and respect for old-world master craftsmanship met. Mandy and Vermont-native, architectural designer and carpenter, Dustin DuPrat, formed the ‘Renaissance odd couple’, and, in 2017, founded RennDuPrat—the 21st Century’s da Vinci of master design and custom fabrication, headquartered in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

Mandy’s vision goes well beyond building successful businesses. She is quite simply redefining the collar, blue™ to help inspire people to join the skilled trades and solve the systemic skilled trades shortage across North America, and around the world. She is challenging perceptions about the industry and making young people, and even adults, rethink the answer to what do you want to be when you grow up?

Mandy’s undeniable passion for the trade industry and building people’s full potential is why she’s a successful and multiple award-winning entrepreneur, sought-after speaker, and industry ambassador. Mandy’s (respectfully) uncensored approach to sharing her mind and experience is the main reason behind her success. It’s impossible to remain unchanged after coming into contact with this authentic, self-made, and self-taught powerhouse. 

Philanthropy is the expression of Mandy’s caring heart. The Chris Rennehan Foundation—named after her late brother—helps youth and women thrive in the trades. Furthermore, Mandy’s compassion to help people, of all ages, races, and genders, to see their Bare Potential™ is why she supports 4-H’s mentorship program, Conestoga’s Women In Skilled Trades, the CGLCC’s OUT For Business, and Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Not to brag… well just a bit…

Mandy is humbled by the many awards she’s received including, the RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur “Momentum” Award, WXN’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women, the LGBT Business of the Year Award, Profi t Magazine’s W100, and Atlantic Business Magazine’s Top 50 CEOs. And never to shy away from speaking her truth, Mandy’s been featured on radio, TV, print and social media including, Canada 150 Women Book , The Globe and Mail, Financial Post, Chatelaine, CTV, and BNN.

13 June

Maryscott (Scotty) Greenwood

Chief Executive Officer, Canadian American Business Council
Principal, Dentons US LLP
Maryscott (Scotty) Greenwood is Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian American Business Council and co-leads the US Federal Public Policy practice of Dentons US, LLP a leading global law firm. Greenwood serves on Board of Directors of the Foundation for Art & Preservation in Embassies and is an Advisory Director for a tech start up (HYR) and a non-profit (Hostage US). Greenwood previously served on the Board of the World Affairs Council of Washington, the Girls20 Initiative and the Association of Canadian Studies in the US.

Greenwood has a distinguished career in government and government relations, addressing public policy challenges in the US and Canada. She is a sought after public speaker with engagements in North American and Europe and is also frequently quoted in the media for her insights into political and trade issues.

Appointed by President Bill Clinton, Greenwood served in the U.S. State Department as chief of staff at the United States Embassy in Ottawa from 1997-2001. Prior, she served as the chief federal/state liaison for the Mayor of Atlanta, including the 1996 Interagency Security Task Force for the Olympic Games.

An honors graduate of the University of Vermont, and the John F. Kennedy School of Government Program for Senior Executives at Harvard University, Scotty lives in Virginia with her husband, children and hound dog.

13 June

Michelle Ray

Lead Yourself First Institute
Michelle Ray is a highly sought-after international business keynote speaker, entrepreneur, author and educator who advocates the importance of developing leadership and accountability skills, regardless of one’s title. She is committed to helping her clients in an array of industries create engaged workplaces, develop exceptional leaders and implement practical strategies to revitalize their cultures.

From increasing sales revenues of 25 leading Australian radio and television affiliate stations to generating record-breaking revenues for the sales team of the world’s largest cinema advertising contractor,
Michelle Ray has proven background of achieving outstanding results as a business leader.

In addition to her corporate background, Michelle broadened her leadership experience during her tenure as a program director with Junior Achievement. Michelle secured financial commitments and volunteer support from an array of corporations, facilitating enduring partnerships between youth, entrepreneurs and educators that helped educate future generations about business.

Now residing in Vancouver, Canada, Michelle helps individuals at every level in your organization to master personal leadership—the ability to take charge of oneself first in any situation. She speaks passionately about self–actualization, change, the importance of authentic leadership in the workplace and the responsibility of positive communication and influence. Michelle has been featured in renowned publications such as Inc., Investors Business Daily, the Globe and Mail and has appeared as a guest on numerous TV and radio programs including WCBS Opening Bell Report. She is the author of Lead Yourself First! Indispensable Lessons In Business and In Life.

13 June

Petrina Gentile

Award-Winning Automotive Journalist
Petrina Gentile is an award-winning automotive journalist -- one of the few women who cover cars in Canada. Petrina has been writing for The Globe and Mail’s Drive section since 2004. Besides auto reviews, she also interviews celebrities such as Theo Fleury, Mario Andretti, Patrick Dempsey, Clara Hughes, and Ron MacLean about their cars. She covers the automotive beat for CTV NewsChannel on her bi-weekly segment called "Up to Speed" and reports regularly on CP24 and BNN TV. She produced 18 seasons of the national TV show Car/Business with Jeremy Cato and Michael Vaughan, which was broadcast weekly on CTV and BNN. She has written several non-fiction books for kids including "Big Trucks, Big Wheels," "Dirt Movers," and "The Ballet School." Before focusing on cars, she was a news writer at CTV and a producer at BNN. She has a Master of Journalism (MJ) from Carleton University and a Bachelor of Arts (Honours English - Rhetoric and Professional Writing and Applied Studies - Co-operative Program) from the University of Waterloo.

14 June

Stacey Miller

Director
Auto Care Association
Stacey Miller is the Director, Communications of the Auto Care Association. Miller oversees the external communications function of the association including media relations, digital media, website, email, social and creative.

Before joining the Auto Care Association in May 2017, Miller served as Senior Director, Global Corporate Communications for Cision, a $400M media intelligence company based in Chicago. During her decade with Cision, she led a team of internal and external communicators while managing the strategy and execution of media, influencer and analyst relations, social media and community development. She also pioneered influencer marketing, data-based PR and social ROI programs through traditional and digital media while earning media coverage in outlets like the Wall Street Journal, New York Times and USA Today. During her tenure, she also led external and internal communications for over $1B in corporate acquisitions. An internationally sought keynote speaker, her writing has appeared in Forbes, CIO and VentureBeat, as well as several published books. She is also the recipient of numerous social media and marketing accolades.

Miller attended the University of Maryland, College Park, majoring in communications. She’s been an automotive enthusiast all her life: buying, building and racing cars as long as she’s been able to.

14 June

Spectra Premium

Platinum

Interstate Batteries

Platinum

AAMCO

Gold

Advance Auto Parts

Gold

Akebono

Gold

Federal-Mogul

Gold

Kukui

Gold

Malhe

Gold

NA Williams Company

Gold

NAPA

Gold

Sea Foam

Gold

TechForce Foundation

Gold

University of the Aftermarket

Gold

Kost

Silver

SMP

Silver

Tenneco

Silver

Autoshop Solutions

Bronze

Croce

Bronze

FCP Euro

Bronze

MACS Worldwide

Bronze

Mitchell 1

Bronze

RepairPal

Bronze

VIP Parts, Tires & Service

Bronze

Worldpac

Bronze

Informal Meet & Greet

07:30 PM 09:30 PM District Eatery

District Eatery

For those in town Tuesday evening, head over to District Eatery to meet some fellow conference attendees. See the map for directions from the hotel.

This event is not sponsored and not required. 

Women in Auto Care Committee Meeting (closed)

08:00 AM 09:00 AM Studio B

Registration Open

10:30 AM 04:00 PM King Foyer

Networking Opportunity

Lunch

11:00 AM 12:30 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

Join friends and colleagues at our networking lunch. Lunch is open before the conference begins and will close promptly at 12:30 pm for the start of the conference. 

Conference Kick-Off

12:30 PM 01:00 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

My Career Journey

01:00 PM 01:45 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

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Unleash the Power of Mentoring

01:45 PM 02:45 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

Professionals with mentors are more successful and have higher confidence. But do you know the research behind why? For example, did you know that the number of mentors you have also impacts success factors? In this session, Hot Mommas Project Founder and the George Washington University Women’s Leadership Professor Kathy Korman Frey will share with you actionable research on the power of mentoring and how you can harness it to elevate your career. She will also lead a peer mentoring workshop, developed and tested over the last ten years based on her proprietary research, where you will put your new tools into practice and benefit from the now “secret weapon” of elite executives and entrepreneurs.

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Networking Opportunity

Networking Break

02:45 PM 03:15 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

The State of North American Relations and the Sisterhood that is Running the Show

03:15 PM 04:00 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

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Elevate Your Influence

04:00 PM 04:30 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

There has never been a better time for leaders and managers in all industry sectors to elevate their influence. A higher percentage of senior leaders and CEOs now recognize the importance of including leadership perspectives from a variety of departments regarding overall business strategy. By increasing your visibility and impact, your career flourishes and your organization benefits by having your ideas heard, understood and acted upon.

How can you leverage your position of strength and captivate attention and imagination of individuals with whom you have key relationships? The solution lies in demonstrating that you understand their positions, their perspectives and their interests, prior to introducing your own suggestions. By acknowledging others first, you are ideally positioned to make the difference; for yourself and your organization.

When others connect with your ideas, you have achieved “buy-in”. It is much easier to put your own agenda forward by listening to others first. Synchronicity is achieved by acknowledging others, even when we may not agree.

During this informative, interactive and dynamic session, you will learn how to communicate your vision in a way that gets noticed. You add value to your organization and yourself when you are able to demonstrate the bottom line benefits to your leaders and stakeholders by speaking their language. As business necessitates human interaction, articulating your goals purposely and powerfully begins with you. You will leave with new ideas and strategies to energize workplace relationships at all levels…with tangible, long-term results.

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Networking Opportunity

Hospitality Suite

04:30 PM 06:00 PM Hyatt Regency, 9th Floor, Festival Room

Networking Opportunity

Off-Site Dinner

06:00 PM 09:00 PM Design Exchange

Join us for a night out in downtown Toronto at the Design Exchange! Just a short ten minute walk from the hotel.

Registration Open

07:00 AM 03:00 PM King Foyer

Networking Opportunity

Breakfast

07:00 AM 08:00 AM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

Next Level Negotiations

08:00 AM 09:00 AM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

Ever wonder how to be more assertive without being labeled as ‘aggressive’? Want to be perceived as confident without being labeled ‘arrogant’? Want to figure out ways to quiet the voice in your head that is holding you back? Wondering how to have better conversations and tackle difficult topics? If you answered yes to any of these questions, join us at this summer’s Women’s Leadership Conference, where Negotiation and Communications Expert Fotini Iconomopoulos will provide you with tools and tactics to handle difficult conversations with ease.

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Roundtable Discussions: Tips to Succeed in the Male-Dominated Auto Industry

09:00 AM 10:15 AM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

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Networking Opportunity

Networking Break

10:15 AM 10:45 AM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

February 22, 2018

10:45 AM 11:30 AM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

Speakers

Networking Opportunity

Lunch & Group Photo

11:30 AM 01:00 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

Why Not Now?

01:00 PM 01:45 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

You know that thing you’ve been thinking about doing? Why Not Now? Amy Jo has had more than 100 vulnerable conversations with wildly successful and fascinating people from Tony Robbins to Mark Cuban to Simon Sinek and beyond. She’s helped them dissect the critical moments that have changed their lives. The day, hour or minute when they navigated over the bridge from dreaming to doing. She calls these Why Not Now? moments. Amy Jo has spotted consistent themes and patterns that has led to a formula for tackling your own Why Not Now? Through storytelling and providing literal, tactical step-by-step examples, Amy Jo will show you how to engage your Why Not Now? moment and elevate your career.

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Fireside Chat: State of the Industry, Challenges and Championing Leadership

01:45 PM 02:30 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

Join Jean- François Champagne, President, AIA Canada and Bill Hanvey, President and CEO, Auto Care Association for a fireside chat on the state of the auto care industry. They’ll share the latest on telematics and the fight for the right to connected car data; tariffs, trade and other industry disruptors such as consolidation; as well as their lessons from over 50 years of combined experience on how to foster diversity, leadership and mentorship in the workplace.

The session will be moderated by Auto Care Association’s Director, Communications, Stacey Miller.

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Networking Opportunity

Networking Break

02:30 PM 02:45 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

Lessons from the Deck Plates: Life, Leadership and Lessons from the Canadian Armed Forces

02:45 PM 03:30 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

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Closing Remarks

03:30 PM 03:45 PM King Ballroom, Mezzanine Level

Networking Opportunity

Closing Reception

03:45 PM 05:30 PM King Street Social, Conference Level