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MOSAIC Immigrant Professionals Conference

September 29, 2018 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm


Innovate yourself!

Strategies for the new world of work — Join us Sept. 29, 2018! Learn more at

  • Discover how to re-brand yourself for success
  • Be inspired by new approaches to advance your career
  • Learn strategies and skills to succeed in the fast-changing work environment
  • Get practical advice from Canadian professionals
  • Network with other professionals in your field of work

Keynote: Alden E. Habacon

For over a decade, Alden has been helping organizations increase diversity and achieve real culture change towards inclusion excellence. He helps professionals, educators and organizations meet the intercultural demands of a rapidly diversifying workplace, community or classroom.

Other presenters:

Constance Lynn Hummel is a Values-Based Leadership Coach and Psychotherapist who helps existing and emerging leaders become the empathetic and influential leaders that people want to work with and for.

Armed with former professional experience in human resources and marketing from multiple industries, Iris Cai is currently the Career Coach of University of British Columbia’s MBA program. Her exposure and interaction with people with a wide range of backgrounds have allowed her to build strong connections with clients and relate to what they are going through.

Kimberley Rawes is a Career Educator at the University of British Columbia with over ten years of experience in career development. She takes a strengths-based approach to staying curious about the world of work, and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Curriculum and Pedagogy at UBC. In her free time, she likes to run on the trails in Pacific Spirit park and laugh with stand-up comedians.


September 29, 2018
8:30 am - 4:00 pm
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604 254 9626

MOSAIC is a multilingual non-profit organization dedicated to addressing issues that affect immigrants and refugees in the course of their settlement and integration into Canadian society.

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