Kaurs Step Up! The Role of Sikh Women in Re-Imagining Sikh Institutions - Sikh Research Institute

Kaurs Step Up! The Role of Sikh Women in Re-Imagining Sikh Institutions

Join us this afternoon for an interactive discussion on the future of Sikh institutions and how Kaurs & Singhs can play a vital role by providing much-needed focus and direction in light of the challenges facing the Panth today.

Ramandeep Kaur brings her insights gleaned from working with Gurduara committees and others on governance and leadership to the much-needed discussion of why the Kaur voice is largely missing from the strategic decisions that impact our Panth, and how the Kaur voice can become the force of change.

Raman will be joined by a panel of experienced Kaur sevadars for an interactive and probing discussion.

Suggested Admission - $10
Sliding scale at the door.

Navneet Kaur | 905-580-1211 | navneet.kaur@sikhri.org

Brampton City Hall - West Tower
Board Room 2C & 2D

About the Speaker:
Ramandeep Kaur is a corporate lawyer working with the Toronto office of Stikeman Elliott LLP. She practices principally in securities and mergers & acquisitions and advises on a wide range of corporate finance matters, including corporate governance and securities regulatory compliance.
Ramandeep has served as spokesperson/community liaison on various topics involving the Sikh community for a range of community initiatives, governmental and non-profit organizations and interfaith groups, as well as radio, television and print media. She is currently on the board of advisors of SikhRI and has recently developed and presented a course on Gurduara Governance to Gurduara committees across North America.



City of Brampton West Towers
19-55 George St S
Board Room 2C & 2D
Brampton, ON L6Y 1L9
October 28, 2017 at 1:30pm - 4pm EST

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