Society & Culture
Women‘s History Month: Madeleine Fequiere Tackling Systemic Bias Worldwide
Madeleine Féquière, the Corporate Credit Chief for Domtar Corporation shares her leadership journey from her childhood in Haiti to her ascent in Montreal, Canada to global business. Co-founder of the Black Opportunity Fund, an unprecedented Canadian initiative to address systemic racism, she shares with Anne how the killing of George Floyd in the U.S. triggered global responses, as well as her advice to the next generation of aspiring leaders.
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