Networking - Learning - Mentorship

A Bottle of Her Own – Stories from Sommelier Joanne Digeso


Hey Whistler, Let’s Talk Sustainability!

An Interview with Upcoming WOW Guest Speaker, Ann Duffy For over 25 years, Ann Duffy, President of The Ann Duffy Group and Whistler local, has engaged teams and organizations to create compelling and practical strategies that enhance their overall environmental performance and social impact. Ann...


Uncorking The Corker Co.

An Interview with Upcoming WOW Guest Speaker, Steph Corker from The Corker Co. A “corker” is defined as a remarkable or astonishing person or thing. On November 27th, Whistler will be welcoming TWO Corkers as guest speakers at our next WOW event. Sibling duo Steph and Matt Corker of...



A “corker” is defined as a remarkable or astonishing person or thing. The Corker Co, consisting of sibling duo Steph and Matt Corker, will be coming to Whistler on November 27, presenting as guest speakers at the upcoming Women of Whistler event. The Whistler of Women speaker series...


Get to Know Paulina Cameron

Paulina Cameron is a force to be reckoned with: a CEO, founder, keynote speaker, board director and mother, she also became a bestselling author with Canada 150 Women: Conversations with Leaders, Champions, and Luminaries. As the CEO of the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs, there is no one better...


Get to Know: Carol Borghesi

With a career that’s spanned 30+ years and taken her around the globe, to say that Carol Borghesi has learned a lesson or two along the way, about both work and life, is an understatement. Navigating changing standards, shifting expectations and different cultures, Carol did the only things...


Get to Know: Devon Brooks

To put it simply, Devon Brooks changed the game. She co-founded Blo, the world’s first and largest franchise chain of Blow Dry Bars. The company now spans four countries, with 100+ locations, and has attracted collaborations with international mega-brands like Mattel, Guess, Topshop and...


You Don’t Hate Mondays. You Hate Your Job.

By Tracy Hutton When I share with people that I’m a professional strengths coach, they usually give me a cursory up and down look and I easily read their bewildered minds as wondering “Really? You don’t look like you’re super ripped. You look sorta mushy.” Of course, they’re too...


Take a Coffee Break – it’s Good for Business

I’ve always made a point of scheduling a coffee ‘meeting’ at least twice a week. – one is with someone new that I’ve just met and the other is usually a colleague that I haven’t seen for a while. I’ve made it part of my weekly routine and business plan. More than ever,...


Vision and Determination… made in Whistler

When I first arrived in Whistler, in the fall of 2009, a friend took me to the Farmer’s Markets. I still remember my first visit to the Nonna Pia’s stand and my first taste of the delicious balsamic reductions on offer. The fresh bread on offer to dip into the thick reduction that coats your...

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