December 3, 2010
On Nov. 29, Engineering alumnae Anne Sado
(IndE 7T7) and Dawn Tattle
(CivE 8T5) were honoured at a gala celebrating Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women.
Sado, who has been the President of George Brown College since 2004, was honoured in the Cisco Public Sector awards category for her leadership in the growth and renewal of George Brown. She was also recently named the Chair of the board of ORION, an organization supporting Ontario’s advanced research and education network. As well, Sado was given the Engineering Alumni Hall of Distinction Award at this year’s EAA awards ceremony earlier in November.
Tattle, a distinguished leader in the competitive industry of excavations and shoring, was recognized as one of the top 100 most powerful women in Canada in the KPMG Professionals category. Since 1997, she has served as President of Anchor Shoring & Caissons Ltd., and in the process, has had many successes, including increasing the company’s revenues fourfold. Tattle was also the recipient of the 2T5 Mid-Career Award at this year’s Engineering Alumni Association (EAA) Awards.The Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100
Awards is Canada's most recognizable award for the country's highest achieving female leaders in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors.
Read more about the honours at the official website
, Exchange Magazine
, Financial Post
and News Wire