SDGs Emerging Practice Guide Launch Webinar

Tune into new webinar series to learn from Canadian organizations and businesses on how they are prioritizing, embedding and reporting on the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

This webinar series will share emerging practices from Canadian organizations to help you:

  • Better align the SDGs with your company’s long-term business objectives
  • Learn from other Canadian businesses on how they are tackling and integrating the SDGs
  • Benchmark your existing practices
  • Find inspiration and discover innovative solutions
Webinar #1 Speakers

Clara Carrière

Clara is the Sustainable Impact Marketing Specialist at HP on the Americas Social & Environmental Responsibility team, and supports programs across North America. Clara leads the development and implementation of marketing campaigns and initiatives which promote the sustainability of HP products and services. Clara also works collaboratively across departments to integrate sustainability communications in all business functions. Clara holds an MSc. in Sustainability Management from the University of Toronto, and a B.A. in Environmental Governance from the University of Guelph.

Miranda Piccolino

Miranda Piccolino is a Marketing Communications professional with over 10 years of experience. She has worked with large corporations, private companies and entrepreneurs, guiding them and advising them in promoting their brands, their products and their services. Her business and communications background allows her to concisely convey communications across various customer touchpoints while also keeping sight of marketing objectives. Some say that simplicity is the point of arrival and this is what Miranda promises to deliver with her work.

Miranda holds a Bachelor of Commerce from Concordia University and has continued her studies at Université de Sherbrooke à Longueuil taking advanced courses in e-communications. Her experiences at Just for Laughs,

ACP Marketing, Pratt & Whitney Canada and Richter make her a well-rounded communications professional, having run the gamut of marketing communications functions including advertising and promotions, PR and media relations, event planning, content marketing, social media, digital marketing and copywriting.

She recently launched her own Communications Services company and joined Papillon MDC as the Vice President, Communications and PR. As a member of the Papillon MDC team, Miranda manages all content marketing and social media activities as well as Public Relations with the objective to spotlight the company’s insights and knowledge in executive coaching and leadership training and its initiatives in corporate social responsibility.

Jennifer Denomy

Jennifer Denomy is the Technical Director, Gender Equality and Social Inclusion at MEDA. In this role, she develops and leads MEDA’s strategy to promote increased economic inclusion for vulnerable populations, particularly youth, women, ethnic minorities and rural populations. She has expertise in incorporating women and youth into markets, supporting entrepreneurship, promoting financial inclusion and training facilitation. Recently, she managed GROW (Greater Rural Opportunities for Women), a value chain project in northern Ghana impacting over 23,000 women. She brings experience in financial inclusion and livelihoods programming in Ghana, Bangladesh, Egypt, Morocco, Uganda, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, El Salvador, Mongolia and Afghanistan. A trained facilitator and curriculum designer, she has twenty years’ experience conducting tailored workshops, training or trainers (TOT) and creating training materials. Prior to joining MEDA, Jennifer worked as the pedagogical manager of a teacher training centre in Germany and a curriculum designer for BRAC’s Nonformal Primary Education Program in Bangladesh. Jennifer holds a Master’s degree in Education and International Development from the University of Toronto and an M.A in English Language and Literature from McGill University.