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Bringing the Indigenous Women’s Ecosystem in Canada to Life – UM Today

by ahnationtalk on June 23, 202031 Views

Asper Alumnus, Ashley Richard [BComm. (Hons.)/ 17] thrives in the role as national lead of Indigenous women’s entrepreneurship
June 22, 2020 —

As the Manitoba regional hub of the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH), the Asper School of Business is a part national network of ten regional hubs designed to increase women entrepreneurs’ access to financing, talent, networks, and expertise.

Earlier this year WEKH created a national lead of Indigenous women’s entrepreneurship, and Asper Alumna Ashley Richard accepted the position.

While Richard’s role encompasses all of Canada, Asper is proud to hold the Indigenous lead role, as it supports existing Asper initiatives taking place within the Indigenous Business Education Partners, the Stu Clark Centre for Entrepreneurship and the Asper regional hub itself.

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