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Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce


Steph Guthrie

Feminist Advocate for Gender, Culture & Technology

Steph Guthrie is a feminist advocate, organizer and analyst focusing on the intersections of gender, culture and technology. As founder of Women in Toronto Politics, she produces events and online resources to promote a more gender-inclusive civic discourse. Her work on politics, feminism, technology and pop culture have been featured on CBC’s The Current and The National, ET Canada, Global News and FLARE Magazine. Steph holds a Master of Arts in Communication & Culture from York and Ryerson Universities.

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Jenn Harper

Founder, Cheekbone Beauty

Jenn Harper was born in Thunder Bay and relocated to the Niagara Region where she developed a passion for cosmetics. In 2016, Jenn established Cheekbone Beauty, an Indigenous-owned and founded, digitally-native, Canadian cosmetics company established in 2016. Cheekbone’s aim is to make a difference in the lives of Indigenous youth through donations addressing the educational funding gap, and to create a space in the beauty industry where Indigenous youth feel represented and seen. Giving back to the community is the centerpiece of Cheekbone’s mission. To date, Cheekbone Beauty has donated more than $150,000 to a wide variety of causes. These include Shannen’s Dream and the FNCFCS, the Navajo Water Project, One Tree Planted, and a variety of non-profit organizations across North America.

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Women in Niagara & Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce


Grace Eldajani

Chair, Women in Niagara Council


Ruth Unrau

Co-Founder, Women in Niagara Council


Mishka Balsom

CEO, Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce