Toronto CHRO Town Hall

September 19, 2022 | 11:00am EDT

September 19, 2022 | 11:00am EDT

Measuring Progress – Effective DE&I in 2022

Participate with your CHRO peers in the Toronto community in small, breakout discussions on a mission-critical priority for HR leaders. These informal discussions allow you to share your insights and learn from the lessons, approaches and experiences of a diverse group of peers in virtual breakout rooms.

Join fellow CHROs in the Toronto community to discuss:

Boosting Workforce Resilience for the Future of Hybrid Work

Taking a Dynamic Approach to Critical Skills and Competencies

Driving Consequential Accountability for DE&I

Discussion Leaders

Members of the Toronto CHRO community will lead the interactive discussion and share lessons learned.

Joan Taylor

United Way

Vice President, People and Culture

Governing Body Host

Frank Monteleone


SVP and Chief People Officer

Discussion Leader

Katelin Mailer

Lactalis Canada

VP, Human Resources

Discussion Leader

Jaime Duguid


Inclusion and Diversity Lead

Discussion Leader

Denine Das

Infrastructure Ontario

Head of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

Discussion Leader


September 19, 2022

11:00am - 12:00pm  EDT

Measuring Progress – Effective DE&I in 2022

Diversity, equity and inclusion has always been top of mind for HR leaders, but the events of the past 2 years have brought forth a renewed sense of urgency and scrutiny on the topic from every corner of organization. Making meaningful change to DE&I programs takes time and support from the entire organization. Exactly how far have we come since 2020?

Join this virtual session to discuss:

  • Implementing strategies to measure and track the success of your DE&I efforts
  • Getting buy-in from all levels on your organization’s inclusion programs
  • Effectively weaving DE&I efforts into your company’s culture for lasting change

Community Program Manager

For inquiries related to this community, please reach out to your dedicated contact.

Neiland Fitzgerald

Program Manager