International Women’s Day 2022: Wrapping up WOSEN
This International Women's Day, we sat down with Mitalie Makhani to talk about the unique, circular approach to program design at the Women of Ontario Social Enterprise Network (WOSEN).
The Story of WOSEN: Catherine Yeung
A typical week for Cat Yeung sees her baking and following local food security initiatives. Find out how the founder of Monster Breads bound her values to her bread-making in our latest from the WOSEN program.
The Story of WOSEN: Charlene Nadalin
After noticing her mother's diminishing social circle, Charlene created Amintro. Amintro is both an online social platform, and an information hub for those who are 50 years or older.
The Story of WOSEN: Pam Fanjoy
Chef Pam is the creator and chef at Fanjoy Culinary and Wellness Centre, a concept that started as a restaurant and became a social enterprise focusing on blending culinary education with counseling techniques.
The Story of WOSEN: Dipti Swain
Stronger and happier families make a better and healthier society. Dipti is the founder of U&Me Ritual and invented Mindful Diya, a tool that helps family members to relax, restore and rejoice together.
The Story of WOSEN: Kelly Emery
Troop works to bridge the gap between donors and local charities by focusing on the tangible needs in the neighbourhood. Find out how founder, Kelly Emery, built Troop from the ground up.
WOSEN Entrepreneurs Secure Over 500K in Funding
From creating circular fashion designs to increasing representation in data science, these entrepreneurs are changing the world – and raising the capital to do it.