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Rotman Commerce Graduate Named to Women’s Executive Network Hall of Fame.

Toronto - A graduate of the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management was among ten prominent women named to the Women’s Executive Network (WXN) Top 100 Hall of Fame on November 20. The Hall of Fame inductees were announced along with the list of Canada's Most Powerful Women.

Carol Banducci, BCom ’82, is Executive Vice-President & Chief Financial Officer, IAMGOLD Corporation and oversees all aspects of finance, information technology and investor relations and helps drive corporate strategy.

In addition, six other women who graduated from the Rotman School’s Directors Education Program or The Judy Project were honoured.

Anne Fitzgerald, Chief Legal Officer, Corporate Secretary and Executive Vice President Real Estate, Cineplex Inc.
Melanie Debassige, Executive Director, Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation;
Leah Lawrence, President and Chief Executive Officer, Sustainable Development Technology Canada;
Mina Mawani, President and Chief Executive Officer, Crohn’s & Colitis Canada;
Manjit Sharma, Chief Financial Officer, General Electric Canada; and,
Patrice Walchwatson, Senior Managing Director, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.

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