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tbk Principal Appointed as Mentor of WCT Program

October 14, 2020

London, ON., October 14, 2020 – A principal at tbk, Kylie Maisonneuve, has been appointed as a mentor of the Women in Communications and Technology London Chapter’s (WCT) association program, Mentorship Circles. 

Mentorship Circles is a new program offered by WCT that pairs senior-level corporate communications professionals with professionals that are starting their careers in the field. 

“I’m incredibly honoured to be joining the brilliant group of WCT mentors and board members working to affect positive change in the lives of women in our community.” said Kylie Maisonneuve, a Principal at tbk. “Having spent the majority of my career at a tech company working  alongside a female CEO and other women in management roles, I know first-hand the career benefits and opportunities that are created through ongoing exposure to powerful female leadership and mentorship. I’m proud to be at a stage in my career where I can give back by empowering women to push past barriers in their lives and work towards achieving their wildest dreams.” 

tbk is a great corporate partner to WCT and we are delighted to welcome Kylie Maisonneuve’s valued mentorship involvement in our Mentorship Circles program,” said Simone Moreau-Rodgers, Co-Chair, Women in Communications and Technology, London Chapter. “The Mentorship Circles program was created by women in the corporate communications and tech sectors who have risen the corporate ladder, building lively and rewarding careers. The mentors of Mentorship Circles look forward with great enthusiasm to supporting those professionals who are embarking on their own career journeys.” 

The program’s composition is expected to be approximately 5 mentors and 20 mentees. Each mentor would be responsible for leading a mentoring circle that consisted of four mentees over a 6-month period to build, foster and encourage them to reach their professional development and career goalsThe program is scheduled to begin in November 2020.  

tbk has also enrolled as a corporate sponsor of the program. 

About tbk 

For over ten years tbk has been making and growing businesses. From founding AODA Online in 2013, which has since become one of Canada’s most popular web accessibility software companies, to managing the digital advertising for provincial and national brands with dozens or over 100 locations, to building and launching over 200 corporate website and e-commerce properties, many of Canada’s most important brands trust tbk for their web design, digital marketing, creative/branding, and marketing software projects.

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