Shevaun Ensor-Harrison, student at the University of Ottawa, received the 2016 HSBC Woman Leader of Tomorrow award for Central Canada from Canada’s largest student leadership development organization, Enactus Canada, and proud program supporter, HSBC Bank Canada. The award presentation took place at the 2016 Enactus Canada Regional Exposition on March 11 in Mississauga.
Shevaun spearheaded the development and launch of Enactus uOttawa’s very first social enterprise benefitting local immigrant women through the learning of a valuable craft. This year, she took on the role of VP of Project Management, overseeing 12 project managers, five directors and their teams, totaling well over 100 people. She has seized every opportunity to take new Enactus members under her wing and mentor them.
“At HSBC, we believe in the importance of a diverse, high-performing and inclusive culture – in our organization and in the wider business community,” said Kimberly Flood, Senior Vice President and Head of Communications, HSBC Bank Canada and HSBC Executive Sponsor of Enactus Canada. “We are honoured to be working with Enactus to recognize and encourage emerging leaders through the HSBC Woman Leader ofTomorrow awards and HSBC Women’s Leadership Forum.”
The HSBC Woman Leader of Tomorrow award is designed to recognize, celebrate and honour female university and college students – on a regional and national level – who exemplify success and inspire their peers, community and country through entrepreneurial leadership.
Shevaun Ensor-Harrison is one of six regional award winners from across Canada who will travel to the 2016 Enactus Canada National Exposition taking place in Toronto in May in the hopes of being named the national 2016 HSBC Woman Leader of Tomorrow.
The top 50 award applicants from across the country will also be invited to attend the exclusive HSBC Women’s Leadership Forum to be held at the 2016 Enactus Canada National Exposition. This annual forum will bring together the top entrepreneurial female leaders of today and tomorrow to encourage open dialogue, build leadership aptitude and establish connections amongst generations of top entrepreneurial female leaders.