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S-211 Hackathon - Calgary

Date:   Mar 14, 2024
Time:   1:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Location:  

Tundra Process Solutions


3200 118 Ave SE
Calgary, AB


S-211 HACKATHON - CALGARY

DATE: 

March 14, 2024

TIME: 

1:00 - 4:30 PM MT
Doors open at 12:30 PM
for Registration & Networking

CPD: 

3 Credits

LOCATION:

Tundra Process Solutions

3200 118 Ave SE, 
Calgary, AB

PRICE:

Members: $150

Non-Members: $250

Student Affiliates $50

SAIT International SMT Students Free
(limited number of spots available, please contact us HERE for a Promo Code)

OVERVIEW

WHAT IS A HACKATHON?

A hackathon is an intensive event where individuals from diverse backgrounds and expertise come together to solve specific challenges within a short period of time. Participants form teams, brainstorm, and develop innovative solutions. It’s a dynamic environment that fosters creativity, rapid problem-solving, and the development of viable solutions for pressing issues.

EVENT DESCRIPTION

Join us for Supply Chain Canada’s first hackathon to address the problem of modern-day slavery and child labour in our supply chains. The unique hackathon is an opportunity for supply chain professionals to network and learn through deep collaboration, knowledge sharing, and creative solutions of an issue that affects all of us. Additionally, this work will be vital in preparing organizations to support Canada’s S-211 legislation on modern-day slavery and child labour.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Hackathons work best when we have a diverse group of people so anyone with an interest in eradicating modern-day slavery and child labour should attend.

This issue specifically affects those working in sourcing, supplier management, sustainability, and supply chain risk.

WHAT VALUE CAN I EXPECT

By attending this event, participants will:

  • Understand the Challenge. Deepen your understanding on the S-211 legislation, how modern-day slavery and child labour are integrated into global supply chains, and the impact they have on businesses, economies, and societies.
  • Participate in Collaborative Problem Solving. Connect and engage in deep knowledge sharing with others to develop actionable solutions that could be implemented by businesses to detect, prevent, and eliminate forced and child labour in their supply chains.
  • Develop your Supply Chain Network. Meet and network with members of our diverse supply chain community and stay connected with industry issues and progress.
AGENDA
  • Introductions and networking
  • S211 Presentation and Hackathon Instructions
  • Hackathon
  • Close and networking
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSOR

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ABOUT THE FACILITATORS

Conor Chell

CONOR CHELL
Partner and National Leader of ESG Legal Risk and Disclosure
KPMG

Conor is one of the top ESG and Sustainability lawyers in Canada with over 20 years of experience. Conor has led collaborative, cross-functional, and multi-disciplinary teams of sustainability professionals who advise clients on ESG strategy and program development, ESG activism and disclosure risks, supply chain risk assessment and reporting, and ESG policy development and training.

Conor holds a Global Competent Boards Designation (GCB.D) in ESG, a Certificate in Sustainable Finance and ESG from UC Berkeley School of Law, and has been named a Top 40 Lawyer in Canada under the age of 40 by Lexis/Nexis. Conor has been named a Canadian Environmental Thought Leader by Mondaq, speaks frequently across North America on ESG topics, and has been featured in the Globe and Mail, the Financial Post, Canadian Lawyer, the Daily Oil Bulletin, Investment Executive, Advisor’s Edge, and numerous other publications.



LAURA IBRAHIM

LORA IBRAHIM
Buyer
WAJAX

Lora Ibrahim is a Supply Chain Professional with over ten years of experience in the Oil and Gas and Mining industries (Oilsands, Potash, and Gold commodities). She has been involved in the procurement of goods and services, leading several initiatives in a transformation, and successfully negotiating multi-million dollar contracts in the mining industry.

Lora brings her unique experience in Modern Slavery to this workshop. She previously worked for an Australian Gold Mine known as St. Barbara Limited when this legislation was initially passed in 2019. Her exposure includes conducting due diligence reviews, risk assessments of suppliers, and providing awareness and ensuring compliance with Modern Slavery legislation. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Political Science, a Supply Management Training Diploma, and a Supply Chain Management Professional Designation (SCMP).

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KYLA SPAK

KYLA SPAK
Manager
Supply Chain & Quality
Tundra

Kyla Spak has worked in various supply chain roles for over 20 years.  During this time, she has held leadership roles in several areas including procurement, inventory & contracts management.  She is currently serving her second term as a member of the Board of Directors for the Alberta Institute.  She is most passionate about inspiring new professionals & helping to promote supply chain management as a profession.


LOCATION & PARKING

Tundra Map

There are several parking options located around the Tundra office.


REFUND POLICY

Registrants will receive a full refund for courses or events cancelled by Supply Chain Canada, Alberta Institute.

Registrants who have received written acceptance into a course and provided written notice to Supply Chain Canada, Alberta Institute of their withdrawal from the course or event 14 days prior to the start of class, will be provided with a full refund. After 14 days, refunds will not be granted.

If you would like to withdraw from a course or event please send an e-mail to info.ab@supplychaincanada.com. You are required to inform the Alberta Institute of your intent as soon as possible. Clearly state your intention to withdraw and provide authorization for us to proceed.

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