WinSTEM Recognition Awardees

Corrina Bryson

WinSTEM Recognition 2017

Corrina's professional and technical skill are recognized by all she has worked with, this is coupled with the fact that she is approachable, compassionate, real, and a vocal advocate of women in STEM. She always has time to mentor, and share her experiences with others. Her impressive career speaks for itself, including offshore experience, VP and board roles and independent consultation.

Dr. Reena Talwar and Dr. Cheryl Cable

WinSTEM Recognition 2017

Dr. Reena Talwar DDS PhD FRCD(C) - Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon and Dr. Cheryl Cable B.Sc DDS MBA FRCD(C) - Maxillofacial Prosthodontist. These exceptional mentors are the first and only females in their respective specialties in Alberta. They are both full-time faculty members at the University of Alberta, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry.

Marjorie Zingle

WinSTEM Recognition 2017

Marjorie Zingle, 81-year-old business warrior is the only woman in the world to own a data centre 100 per cent, in a male-dominated industry. Her company, DataHive, has made significant contributions to the Internet in Alberta. She is one of the Top 7 over 70 Awards and was one of the 'Magnificent Seven" in this first Award for people who continue to contribute to business and community.

Mengmeng Miao

WinSTEM Recognition 2017

Mengmeng embodies the desire to improve herself as well as the community around her. She attended MentorUP and WISER events before being accepted into the UA-WiSE/WISER mentorship program in the fall of 2015. Within a few months, she expressed interest in joining the WISER executive team and wanted to share the information about the events with the Chinese community in Edmonton.

Tamzin Blewett

WinSTEM Recognition 2017

Dr. Tamzin Blewett is an amazing scientist with an ever-growing list of achievements who contributes to those around her as well as the province in which she lives. 

Kristina Cary

WinSTEM Recognition 2017

Kristina Cary is a environmental biologist. She is resilient to any change thrown at her in the current economic climate. She inspires girls through participation in STEM activities targeted towards girls, like video interviews about women working in male dominated fields.

Beverly Gingras

WinSTEM Recognition 2017

Beverly Gingras is Conservation Programs Specialist at Wetlands and Industry, Ducks Unlimited Canada. Bev was brought on to lead the development and manage the sustainable land use industrial best management practices program in relation to wetlands and waterfowl in the boreal forest.

Jean Springer

WinSTEM Recognition 2017

Dr. Jean Springer, Past (past) president of AWSN is just a very very special woman.  Jean has touched the lives of thousands of students in Calgary. She has taught at the University of Calgary, SAIT, and at Mount Royal College where she has been Chair of the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Engineering and also Dean of the Faculty of Science and Technology.

Madeleine Jensen- Fontaine

WinSTEM Recognition 2017

Madeleine has been an incredible mentor throughout WISER. madeleine is recognized for her consistent and enthusiast commitment to promoting interest and careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to varying ages of audiences; but more importantly for the profound impact she has had on my involvement in STEM. She also serve as AWSN Board Member for Retention.

Leslie Reid

WinSTEM Recognition 2017

Dr. Leslie Reid is a truly impactful mentor to women (and others), from high school girls to undergraduate students to postdoctoral fellows to faculty and staff members in the STEM fields. Leslie is the associate dean, teaching and learning, in the Faculty of Science, a role she has held since 2012.

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