Being bold and different is a leadership challenge that doesn’t come easy to most people, but there were many shining examples
Ascend Canada, a non-profit organization with a mission to develop and advance Pan-Asian talent. Applauded by his peers for his honesty and astute
Ascend Canada is pleased to announce that their 6th Annual Leadership Awards Gala will take place on April 17th, 2019 at the Ritz-Carlton in Downtown Toronto
The Outcomes over optics report discusses how important diversity and inclusion is for Canadian business success. Findings suggest that highly inclusive companies
Recently Ascend Canada announced the appointments of Farah Qasemi, Victor Tung and Vincent Lee to its Board of Directors
To support the advancement of current and future Pan-Asian business leaders, Ascend Canada and Ten Thousand Coffees are working together to help thousands of Ascend members gain access to career related networking and mentoring.
I’m very proud of the success that we have achieved together this year to advance our mission of partnering and progressing with Canadian organizations to develop and advance pan-Asian talent. We continued to expand, lead important conversations, and learn from each other.
December 10, 2018, Toronto: Ascend Canada welcomes CIBC as a partner to help Pan-Asian leaders fulfil their potential. Together the organizations will work together in promoting diversity and inclusion in the Canadian workplace and in developing current and future Pan-Asian leaders.
Ascend Canada welcomes Scotiabank as a sponsor. Together the organizations will work on promoting diversity and inclusion in the Canadian workplace and helping Pan-Asian leaders fulfill their potential.
In 2017 half of the visible minority population in Canada was comprised of two ethnic groups – South Asian and Chinese – with each group numbering approximately 2 million