CWOIL Conference Aims to Build a More Inclusive Oceans Sector
Canadian Women in Ocean Industries Leadership (CWOIL), an organization meant to engage women in the oceans sector, held its first conference in the Delta Hotel in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador on May 9–11.
The three-day conference, which seeks to discuss success stories as well as strategies for enhancing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) for underrepresented groups in the oceans sector, turned out even better than expected according to Cathy Hogan, the executive director of ...
Canada Can Lead the World in a Diverse Marine Economy, says CWOIL
Above: Tara Gaulton, an intern at the Ocean Careers Immersion Program, tours The Calvert.
The Canadian Women in Ocean Industries Leadership (CWOIL) believes that Canada’s ocean sector, which is faced with labour shortages and increased attention as Canada tries to promote its “Blue Economy,” provides a great opportunity for women to enter the traditionally male-dominated sector.
CWOIL is an organization that seeks to foster diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) ...