Happy International Women’s Day!


Today we acknowledge women industry professionals making an impact in the electrical and automation space. 

Around the world, meaningful conversations are being sparked by people of all ethnicities and identities and, especially today, by women who believe we can challenge the status quo and better our communities. This year’s International Women’s Day theme is fully #EmbraceEquity. This emphasizes that highlighting the differences between equality and equity is critical. As Susan K Gardner, Dean, OSU, expresses, “Equality is giving everyone a shoe. Equity is giving everyone a shoe that fits.” Click here to learn the differences. Regardless of how you #EmbraceEquity today and beyond, all IWD activities are valid; that makes IWD inclusive.

EFC has curated a spotlight edition to acknowledge how the electrical community has “Embraced Equity” by developing and empowering passionate, intelligent, progressive, and hardworking individuals to succeed in their careers and positively impact their team, peers, and community. The bonus factor is that they all happen to be women!

Thank you to all the WN committee members, chairs, and team leads for embracing this project. Each regional committee recruited and interviewed our industry professionals to learn more about what they do, their impact, and their perspectives.

In the Atlantic region, the following individuals have been spotlighted:


In the Ontario region, the following individuals have been spotlighted:


In the Quebec region, the following individuals have been spotlighted:

BCEA thrive 2023

BCEA’s Women’s Network THRIVE Summit EFC is a Proud Change Agent Sponsor

April 20, 2023 | From 8:30 am – 5:00 pm | Sandman Signature Suites, Langley

In 2019, EFC implemented a three-tier strategy to address diversity within the membership, which includes Executive Communication, Incorporating Diversity into the HR Network, and Female Empowerment through the Women’s Network, which succeeded in its three-year milestone in January.

EFC member companies employ over 42,000 workers from coast-to-coast in Canada. Women represent approximately 24% of this total workforce. The average percentage of women in the workforce in Canada is 44%. To help address this gender gap, empowering women to advance and join the industry is critical.

We proudly support BCEA’s Thrive Summit on April 20th as a Change Agent Sponsor.  Since 2015, BCEA has hosted the THRIVE Summitt as a place for women to make an impact and support diversity within the electrical industry. BCEA developed a strong speaker series with topics on Advancing Women in Leadership, Industry Journeys & Experiences, Skills for Building Resilience, and more! Join your industry peers in the BC region on April 20th! Download the event pamphlet | Register here

Helping Women ‘Power Up’ in the Canadian Electrical Industry Professional Development. Empowerment. Lifestyle.