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WIS ZOOM - Shared screen with speaker view
deidrecunningham
39:07
Hello from Nova Scotia
Connie Douglas
39:20
Hi from Wasaga Beach
JP Lalonde
39:58
Hi everyone from Atlantic
mary jacobs
40:12
hello from O
mary jacobs
40:19
Toronto
iPad
40:57
hi from Liz in Sun Peaks !
PEACL1
41:02
Bonjour à tous de Québec
Carey Heeney
41:04
Hey from Toronto also! Carey
Nooshin M
41:22
Hello from Toronto!
Jacqui Snyder
41:32
It's snowing in Collingwood!!!
Trish
41:46
I can hear through my computer but have video on my phone
Joanne
43:34
Hello from Nova Scotia
Dan Ralph
44:26
hi Tracy - at some point can you outline the budget that operate with each year
mercier
45:27
je suis de north vancouver gynette
Marielle Flottat
47:20
Hello! Attending from Calgary - a female telemarker and ski patroller, so very excited to learn about what WIS is doing and how we can all support each other.
Erin
50:57
Hello from Almonte, myself and my daughter are both joining this afternoon, excited to learn about WIS
Tori Wight
52:42
would love to find a way/brainstorm ways to encourage younger females to stay with it and continue through the pathway past 1 & 2 (coming from a female who is 25)
Anik Gaumond
54:22
The Ontario Regional Board has 5 women on the board which is 50% of the board and we represent different regions of Ontario.
laurarichards
55:04
More funding needed
Charlotte Brocklebank
55:49
I have been training with dedication for the past 4 seasons to get my level 3. Covid got my exams…oh well…
JP Lalonde
56:23
the Atlantic board is also 50/50 women, men
Kelly
56:32
this is your year Charlotte!
Gail E. Harris
56:44
Following up from Tori’s suggestion, it would be helpful to know if there is an issue with motivation (how many women actually enroll for higher levels) vs an issue with test criteria/processes (what is pass rate for women vs men)
Jiao
57:14
what is the percentage of women in level 3?
Tori Wight
57:22
I would love to see those numbers Gail
Kirstin
57:24
7%
sauvagej
57:28
7%
Jiao
57:37
thanks
mercier
57:43
j'ai fais la moitie du programme 2 et suivi differents stage a Whistler ey cypress ou j'enseigne aux adultes pr la 3 eme anne , la premiere a Seymour
Charlotte Brocklebank
57:46
When I ask the head of my departments in various ski schools (all men) what they are specifically doing to develop the women in their ranks. I get no specific directives…and that all are treated equally…
Evelyne Shousha
57:46
Following up on Tori’s and Gail’s point, I would also love to be part of a discussion/brainstorm. (26yo)
kristenheard
58:32
Would be a great brainstorm. I feel a lot of women are just intimidated to go higher.
Tori Wight
59:32
I would be interested to know if there was opportunity or room for a “youth” rep or younger rep with a focus on attracting younger women to the sport or a more dedicated mentorship program for young women heading down the pathway
laurarichards
59:41
Intimidation does exists but ultimately we make our own choices not to move ourselves forward and up.
Elizabeth
01:00:07
Hi Kathy, Heather and Betsy - was with you at Sun Peaks - just before the country locked down. I guess we won't have those opportunities this year!
Catherine Powell
01:00:16
Sometimes the choice not to continue training is thrust upon us - like having to raise a family
Kayla Doering
01:00:34
wondering if we can create a WIS facebook group where all women can collaborate, share training ideas, ski passion, get together and create training or ski groups …could also provide names of Level 4’s directly in the area to meet up for free skiing time /advice (if willing)
laurarichards
01:00:52
Internal bias is a good start.
Tori Wight
01:00:54
really great idea Kayla
deidrecunningham
01:01:24
great idea Kayla
Elizabeth
01:01:36
I received an email re the Womens' Edge in Andorra for 2021 - I am assuming that is wishful thinking/
leanne perrin
01:01:47
love the idea of a wis fb group
Charlton's iPhone
01:01:49
bias awareness
Marielle Flottat
01:01:53
How to respond to others who challenge "why women only?"
Betty Hutchings
01:01:57
Would someone on the committee address the reference to “internal bias
Catherine Powell
01:02:02
Perhaps a questionnaire to the lvl 2 and lvl 3 members inquiring about the reasons for slowing/ending their training goals
Simon Grafton
01:02:14
I'm interested in effective ways to encourage
Christine Bellerose
01:02:14
mentoring is always key
christinedavidson
01:02:14
I am interested in knowing if WIS has looked at financial considerations. Do we know what average income looks like for Ski Instructors vs cost of living in Ski Resort Areas.
Charlotte Brocklebank
01:02:16
Andorra sounds great but why do we have to go that far away to get things done!
Chris Armstrong
01:02:21
Would agree that women specific training would be appreciated. Musculature and biophysics are different for women
Joanne
01:02:49
Is there a plan to role out templates for WIS training sessions that could be rolled out at the regional level, where we see higher levels of women on the boards?
Hazel de Burgh
01:02:52
Topic for the WIS talks: Women’s biomechanics and how that affects performance and precision in skiing
Cheryl McMurtrie
01:02:52
what is your opinion on why the percentage of women drop drastically at the level 3 and 4 ?
Evelyne Shousha
01:03:01
Also the unfairness when having to teach at exams. I’ve had to teach all men 2 to 3 times my age at exams, and had a hard time connecting. On the other hand, all the men teaching at the exams mostly had to teach people that they have a lot in common with.
christinedavidson
01:03:08
Have we surveyed our female membership both current and past to find out what motivates their career decisions?
Julie
01:03:09
will there be any discussion on helping women to join the new level 4 process?
Erin
01:03:28
Good idea Chris biomechanics
Joan Guthrie
01:03:34
Bravo, Les Femmes! All thanks to those who really care about the future of Women in !ISkiing
Joanne
01:03:44
I also agree that mentoring is a key part of this mix
Gini
01:03:45
overcoming fear is a very regular topic In my ladies ski program. This seems to be progressive with age/life -responsibilities. I would love more information on this topic.
Wendy Desormeaux
01:04:21
Given that there are so few Level 4 women, why not get some Level 3 women participate as mentors. It would work fine for Level 1 & 2 women and provide training for Level 3 women who want to continue on to Level 4.
Tori Wight
01:04:25
i’ve only ever trained and been mentored by men (waiting to do my level 3 exams this winter) would love to find training partners or female mentors
Kayla Doering
01:04:32
could you please write out the WIS email
Morgan Engel
01:04:58
wis@snowpro.com
Olivia Lamothe
01:05:31
How to deal with fear and performance at higher skiing level could be an interesting topic!
Chris Armstrong
01:05:33
Agree Wendy
Charlotte Brocklebank
01:05:38
tori where are you
Tori Wight
01:05:59
been in Ontario long term but moving to BC to teach this winter (Big white)
laurarichards
01:06:07
Location is a pre determinant for success at the higher levels.
iPad
01:06:14
i love being part of the Womans ski Camps and find that the camaraderie is amazing, so inspirational.
Joanne
01:06:22
Level 2 women could mentor Level 1 female instructors to begin by participating in PD as a start, and from there advance this to having women lead the PD sessions
Wendy Desormeaux
01:06:35
Snow School Director at Mont Ste-Marie, 1 hr north of Ottawa.
Anik Gaumond
01:06:56
Lisa Cambise
jamie.morneau
01:06:58
Annie Lussier
Maria Lau
01:06:58
like
Magalie Sephton
01:06:59
Annie lussier
Dr Susan BURLACOFF
01:07:01
Heather Robertson
Reiko
01:07:01
Tracy Fraser
Christine Bellerose
01:07:01
kKathye Prophet
Linda Strachan
01:07:02
Heather Robertson
Joan
01:07:02
Kathy Prophet
Maria Lau
01:07:03
like
Catherine Powell
01:07:03
Kathy Prophet
Dominique Plouffe
01:07:04
Cathy Prophet
Roberta
01:07:05
it is very hard for women at small ski hills to be able to leave home to train for a level 3 or 4. but we do run ladies night training/social sessions over the season separate from Pro Days concept to try and encourage staff to stay engaged with instructing and hopefully with the CSIA
Julie
01:07:08
lisa cambise
Maria Lau
01:07:09
lise
leanne perrin
01:07:19
annie lussier
Joan Guthrie
01:07:22
Natalie
Betsy Linnell
01:07:23
Dahlia MIghtly
Mindy Zhang
01:07:34
Cathy prophet
Maria Lau
01:07:35
shared services
Dr Susan BURLACOFF
01:07:36
Allison sharpe
Héloïse
01:07:36
Kathy Prophet
Bronwyn Tieleman
01:07:37
Kathy Prophet
Micheline Cote
01:07:43
anick gaumond
Dr Susan BURLACOFF
01:07:49
Kathy Prophet
Linda Labelle
01:07:54
Tracy Fraser
Anne Marie (2)
01:08:43
what about bringing a mentor, or invitee a mentee from the smaller venues.
Peter Hardy
01:10:07
We have a large ladies program at our hill and it is difficult to motivate them to even try a level one. I have also found that many female instructors, given family considerations, are not willing to go further than a Level 2.
Joanne
01:11:28
Will you be sharing the report resulting from the research and literature search? Or, is this already available via the CSIA?
Jen Collison
01:11:37
Awesome for mentioning "End User - the skiing Public"
laurarichards
01:11:50
We should also discuss female bias against females.
mercier
01:12:25
difficile aussi de finaliser son level 2 car ces tjrs des hommes qui donne les training any women in cypress and they are more interesting to level 3 and man and let us behind
Wil Comrie
01:12:46
How many Female members total in the CSIA??
Anik Gaumond
01:12:50
Having this zoom meeting and being inclusive is a first start! Thank you for doing this.
Evelyne Shousha
01:14:11
would love mentorship as well. I’ve only ever had male examiners or instructors at all the sessions i’ve gone to
mercier
01:14:20
gynette francophone trouve difficile d'avoir du training en français aussi ici pr passer nos niveaux
christinedavidson
01:14:43
Average age of Women becoming first time mothers in Canada is around 30. I am curious what the age of the majority of our level 2’s are when they quit. I think often we conclude that family planning is a big part of loosing our female membership. Do we really have statistics or survey results to back that up or is that just an assumption?
leemounsey
01:14:44
Mid-eighties in Whistler SS..our leaders encouraged (almost forced ..& paid partial trip & course expenses if we passed) 4 of us timid, but strong lady L2 skiers/instructors to take the 7 day L3 course @ SilverStar. 100% success…and many of us were spurred on to continue this career even now!
kristenheard
01:15:04
i agree with the bias females against females, I’ve experienced it and it wasn’t a fun time
Shellie Laird
01:15:51
How many level 3s & level 4s in Canada please
Simon Grafton
01:16:04
I'd like to know if there is information on the best approach to getting more women up the certification pathway. Do we know whether encouraging or facilitating is more effective. Do we know why women are under-represented in level 3 and 4.
Charlotte Brocklebank
01:17:01
christine d and kristen h these are both things i have also noticed…
Carey Heeney
01:17:02
It would be amazing to partnership with the coaching side of skiing (CSCF) as both sides have a lot to contribute to the other. I would love to see more crossover and partnership.
christinedavidson
01:17:03
Has the CSIA considered Diversity Training?
Kathleen Meszaros
01:17:06
Are there scholarships available specifically for women looking to pursue higher levels? If not, making financial assistance available might encourage more women to take a ‘risk’ and try for these higher courses and exams
Rhonda Wittman
01:18:32
Having the ability to teach level 2 candidates if you have passed level 3 and TD certification would help those training for level 4 gain more experience in a lot of areas.
kathyprophet
01:18:45
We do not know why we lose so many women between level 2 and 3, this is not unique to our country. We did send out a survey and that was one of our questions, unfortunately there was no one answer.
Jon Tischuk-CSIA Marketing
01:19:18
Female Membership total for 2019-2020 was 9840, which was 37% of Members. Approx same as the season before.
Cameryn (she/her)
01:19:40
Does WIS also include other under-represented people on the gender-spectrum who don't necessarily identify as women?
Jeff - National Program Director
01:19:51
Hi Kathleen, scholarships yes! :) https://www.snowpro.com/en/membership#scholarship
laurarichards
01:20:00
That’s not band for a sporting organizations JT
kathyprophet
01:20:03
We would encourage all women to be mentors. It doesn’t matter what level you are. Lift another women up, you can make a difference.
Kelly
01:20:26
Yes! That scholarship is how I was able to afford getting my 3 :)
jamie.morneau
01:20:29
Good point Cameryn! How can the CSIA be inclusive to ALL women? What barriers are excluding women of certain race, class and sexual orientation, etc?
Christine Bellerose
01:20:32
do we know the class size of pro days… re Covid consideration?
Joan
01:20:32
We may lose some women in their 30's as they start families. We need to encourage them to come back.
Betsy Linnell
01:21:11
The 5-Day camp was tons of run last year. Get a group of your girlfriends together and plan a getaway!
kathyprophet
01:21:26
The survey was done in our early years, 2015. It may be time for another one.
Jeff - National Program Director
01:21:43
Hi Christine - regarding COVID and group sizes we are working in concert with ski areas and health authorities to make sure we follow guidelines.
Catherine Powell
01:22:03
If you are considering a new survey - do you have access to the members who have not paid their dues in 5 years?
Morgan Engel
01:22:05
Speaking for the Alberta Board, We have invested heavily in the scholarship program and encourage as many people to apply as possible
Kimberly Gannon
01:22:49
Biometrics
Dr Susan BURLACOFF
01:22:55
Dev + PRogress
jamie.morneau
01:22:56
Biomechanics
Kelly
01:22:56
biomechanical considerations
Hazel de Burgh
01:22:57
Biomechanics
Anne Marie (2)
01:22:58
biomechanics and psychological consoderations
nfala
01:22:58
Bomecahnic
Wil Comrie
01:22:59
Biomechanical pysiologiacal clinic
Traci Elliott
01:23:00
biomechanical and psychological considerations
Kirstin
01:23:00
Biomechanical and psychological considerations
Connie Douglas
01:23:01
bio-mechanics considerations
Kathryn
01:23:04
biomechanal and psychological
Cheryl McMurtrie
01:23:04
Biomechanics and phsycological consideratons
sauvagej
01:23:05
Biomécaminiqe et psychologie physiologie
Marian McGrath
01:23:06
biomechanical sychological consierations
Betsy Linnell
01:23:08
Biomechanicl and Psychological Considerations
Maria Lau
01:23:10
biomechanical physiological consideration
Anne Marie (2)
01:23:11
😆
Anne Marie (2)
01:23:25
thank you!
Anna Steckle
01:23:33
I believe CASI is allowing women who have taken a season off to have a baby and who did not pay their membership dues that season, not to have to pay the past dues. This may help with the costs for mothers with new families and allow them to continue to participate in the CSIA
Gail E. Harris
01:23:34
Congrats
Joan
01:23:57
In the womens group there is always a need how to teach assertiveness to clients. Some instructors voice they need ideas to help teach these women to overcome fear.
Roberta
01:24:17
scholarships are nice but only available every 3 years.
Jill McCreary
01:24:36
Is?will that module be part of the 3 day camp?
Jon Tischuk-CSIA Marketing
01:24:40
Hi Catherine, as far as communications go with previous Members, legally we are only able to go back 1-2 years.
laurarichards
01:24:57
Keep giving to the scholarship fund. This is the largest hurdle.
Wil Comrie
01:25:03
The module Is quite good. Lots of good info. I'm looking forward to the evolution of it all and learning as much as I can about this.
leemounsey
01:25:13
I do remember my fellow levelled peers, male & female…cautioning me about settling(10 years) into a supervisory position with beginners/kids, rather than choosing high pathway. Mortgage, 3 pregnancies worked with my stable role. So we do make those choices. Then 18 years as a small mtn’s Snow School director, where I did have to recruit all ages to certify. Hockey moms (40+) who wished for a ski pass..would help us on big school days. But it was hard to get moms to be inspired to continue to L2 as part-timers for sure. Now an empty nester…I’m back training for higher pathway!
Catherine Powell
01:25:19
Thanks Jon - can you see when or if back dues were paid? These women might be worth having a focus group with
Morgan Engel
01:25:40
I agree Wil I took the BPC 2 seasons ago as well as the CCT BPC
Gail E. Harris
01:26:14
Way to go Leemounsay. Good luck
Wil Comrie
01:26:30
MEEee TOOOO
miyoung
01:28:28
Hi
Jon Tischuk-CSIA Marketing
01:28:36
Catherine - Lisa with Shared Services has all those specifics in relation to back dues paid and timing. Zoom could be a platform for something like that, the new norm for groups gathering these days.
Michelle Clifford 🤘
01:29:47
ladies days/evenings/groups are key! great things come away from sessions led by women for women
Sunny Verreault
01:30:22
About loosing women throughout the process… over the last 30 years i have been coaching youths. Ladies stay into racing in a larger amount than boys till U18. Bad to mention but they quit when they meet someone not skiing. So put aside their own objectives. Starts to encourage the partner and leave the own success behind … at least maintain their professional scholarship in mind. I am still coaching full time and still promote to maintain your own objectives. It is important to set a time frame of achievement and intermediate concrete steps to achieve your goal. Leave emotions behind, maintain your motivation, be convinced and be adaptative when showing up at a training or exam. Our tonight ladies leaders are very inspiring and kept the head up while raising a family and performing on the hill.
Julie
01:30:27
is joining based on where we work or where we live?
Joan
01:30:49
This zoom meeting was very motivating for the season and encouraging. Thank you to the role models in front of us!
Anik Gaumond
01:31:33
create a community that is understanding where women can try (teach or ski) mess up and try again - without judgment and create more opportunities for them to try again and again until they have mastered their craft. We can do so only in a safe non judgemental environment
PAIGE FOXCROFT
01:31:38
women
Sydney Badger
01:31:38
women
Kelly
01:31:38
women
Connie Douglas
01:31:39
women
Amanda D (she/her)
01:31:39
Women
Tori Wight
01:31:39
women
Kimberly Gannon
01:31:39
women
Nooshin M
01:31:39
women
Catherine Powell
01:31:39
women
Jen Collison
01:31:39
Women
Erica
01:31:40
women
Chantal Savard
01:31:40
féminin
Cheryl McMurtrie
01:31:40
women
Linda Strachan
01:31:40
women’
Erin
01:31:40
women
Hazel de Burgh
01:31:40
women
Magalie Sephton
01:31:40
women
Andi Ciotti
01:31:40
Women
Anik Gaumond
01:31:40
women
Morgan Engel
01:31:40
women
carlamillar
01:31:40
womes
Jessie Gorski
01:31:40
women
Christine Bellerose
01:31:41
feminin
leanne perrin
01:31:41
women
Marian McGrath
01:31:41
women
Traci Elliott
01:31:41
women
Jenny
01:31:41
women
Michelle G
01:31:41
women
Samantha Civitarese
01:31:41
women
Joanne
01:31:41
women
Yili
01:31:41
women
Maria Lau
01:31:42
women
Olivier Lessard
01:31:42
Women
Mo Costa
01:31:42
women
Dominique Plouffe
01:31:42
féminin
Julie
01:31:42
women
Cheryl McMurtrie
01:31:42
feminine
Jennifer Terrell’s iPad
01:31:43
women
Kathryn
01:31:43
women
Helene
01:31:44
women
Héloïse Allard
01:31:44
Woman
Glenna
01:31:44
women
jamie.morneau
01:31:44
Women
Lyn and Steve Hall
01:31:44
woman
Eileen Blair
01:31:45
women
Christine Turcotte
01:31:45
Women
carlamillar
01:31:46
women
Anik Gaumond
01:31:46
Femini
Charlotte Watson EFT
01:31:46
women
Bronwyn Tieleman
01:31:46
women
Reiko
01:31:46
women
Liz Wilkinson
01:31:47
women
Trish Watt
01:31:47
women
Joan
01:31:48
women
Carmen
01:31:48
women
Maria Lau
01:31:48
women
jamie.morneau
01:31:49
féminin
Olivia Lamothe
01:31:49
women
Maria Lau
01:31:55
women
Wil Comrie
01:32:01
I can't type that fast
Gail E. Harris
01:32:05
lol
Julie
01:32:14
sunpeaks
Magalie Sephton
01:32:16
sun peaks
Olivier Lessard
01:32:16
Sunpeaks
Chantal Savard
01:32:16
sun peaks
Héloïse Allard
01:32:16
Sun Peaks
Reiko
01:32:16
femine
Charlotte Brocklebank
01:32:17
orford
Alice M
01:32:17
sun peaks
Glenna
01:32:17
Sun Peaks
Marian McGrath
01:32:18
sun peaks
Joan
01:32:18
Whistler
Anik
01:32:19
sun peack
Traci Elliott
01:32:19
whistler
Shellie Laird
01:32:20
Sun Peaks
Micheline Cote
01:32:21
unoeaks
Eileen Blair
01:32:22
Sun peaaaks
Olivia Lamothe
01:32:22
whistler
Jill McCreary
01:32:23
sun peaks
Liz Wilkinson
01:32:23
sun peaks
Bronwyn Tieleman
01:32:24
Sun peaks
Jen Collison
01:32:24
Sun Peaks
Erin
01:32:24
Whsitler
Andi Ciotti
01:32:24
Sun Peaks
Linda Labelle
01:32:24
Sun peack
Kim Truscott
01:32:24
Sun Peaks
Jennifer Terrell’s iPad
01:32:25
sun peaks
deidrecunningham
01:32:25
sun peaks
Marouska Smith
01:32:25
Sun Peaks
Maria Lau
01:32:26
sun peaks
Dominique Plouffe
01:32:26
whistler
Lyn and Steve Hall
01:32:26
Mt. Tremblant
Michelle G
01:32:26
Sun peaKS
Cheryl McMurtrie
01:32:27
whistler
Charlotte Watson EFT
01:32:27
sub peaks
Micheline Cote
01:32:27
sun peaks
Gini
01:32:27
sun Peak
Linda Strachan
01:32:27
Sun Peks
Stephen Acciaroli
01:32:28
Sun peaks
Elizabeth
01:32:29
sunpwKA
Christine Bellerose
01:32:30
tremblant
carlamillar
01:32:33
Sun peaks
mary jacobs
01:32:34
sun peaks
claire
01:32:38
sun peakd
miyoung
01:32:43
snnpick
Kimberly Gannon
01:32:50
Julie
Maria Lau
01:33:10
very hard to type on a tablet in the car
Carey Heeney
01:35:17
Impressive, Leemounsay! Good to hear you are back growing through learning! It never ends...
Michelle Clifford 🤘
01:35:25
reaching smaller resorts - use female (or male) course conductors more to help mentor and reach smaller resorts , provide women spec. training, etc. Thanks for thé zoom session! Cheers!
Connie Douglas
01:35:40
This has been fantastic. Thank you to everyone for putting this together for us.
Joan
01:36:04
Merci pour le zoom session
Olivia Lamothe
01:36:20
Thank you and Merci!
Nooshin M
01:36:22
Thank you so much for all your work and this session. Very informative.
Julie
01:36:33
Thank you so very much for bringing this valuable network and information via online meetings.
Bronwyn Tieleman
01:36:48
This was so inspiring and interesting! Thank you to you all!
mary jacobs
01:36:50
really enjoyed this time with all of you, off to register for BPC. Lets do more of these!
Eileen Blair
01:37:02
Merci Annie pour la traduction - c'est difficile a faire! Bravo!
Don
01:37:04
thank you for the invitation. Looking forward to future zooms and perhaps a FB page. Enthusiasm is contagious!
Kelly
01:37:11
this has been great, thank you so much! :)
laurarichards
01:37:25
Find out the age demographics for WIS for this year and start tracking it yearly to see how we are doing.
JJ Bate
01:37:26
Re: Tracey’s Women’s Skiing Day, I was there and it was fantastic for building our community of female trainers at Whistler Blackcomb Snow School. Women connected on skis who work in different specialisms and would never usually have met or been able to educate one another. One thing that surprised me at the time was the amount of pushback I heard from male trainers and instructors. Some simply did not recognise the need for a women’s day. Some believed it was biased towards females and that they needed a men’s trainers day for “equality”. I have no interest in tearing their opinions apart, and I’m grateful for all the men at this Zoom meeting who want to inform themselves. Stats shared today regarding CSIA membership percentage at Level 1/2/3/4 are eye opening. No minority can change an industry wide culture without support from the majority. I believe we need to raise awareness of the importance of mentorship not just for women by women but amongst our whole membership.
Regan Clark
01:37:27
thank you for this. very encouraging.
Shellie Laird
01:37:31
Thank you so much Tracey, Kathy, Annie & Heather !!!
Jenny
01:37:41
Thank you Tracey and team! I look forward to hearing more WIS chats
Joanne
01:37:42
Thank you for this session
Carey Heeney
01:37:43
Thank you very much for this Zoom call. Quite the sisterhood of inspiring women in skiing! I would love to hear from all women’s experiences in courses and exams. Sounds like there’s a pattern experiences of biases...
Chris Armstrong
01:37:43
Thanks to everyone for organizing this.
Rhonda Wittman
01:37:43
thanks
Don Kjorven EPC AB
01:37:51
Thank you all. Well Done!
Alice M
01:37:55
Thank you Tracey and team!
Perry Managing Director
01:37:58
Nice session WIS Committee! we can help execute a survey and any other help you may need!
JJ Bate
01:38:08
Thank you WIS Committee! :D
Connie Renaud
01:38:16
thank you for this meeting. Quite inspiring.
Dominique Plouffe
01:38:22
Merci à vous toutes, on lâche pas, on a vraiment besoin de telles initiatives !!!
Alex Eaton
01:38:38
Thank you!
Joan
01:38:40
Awesome
laurarichards
01:38:42
Thanks ladies. All is good
Sunny Verreault
01:38:43
Merci Girls
Simon Grafton
01:38:48
Great idea Tracy!
Marielle Flottat
01:38:53
Merci!!!!
kristenheard
01:38:53
this was great ! thanks !!
miyoung
01:39:01
thank you good team
Katherine's iPhone
01:39:02
THANK YOU 🙏
Natalie Morel Wood
01:39:03
thank you! well done!
Charlotte Brocklebank
01:39:10
thank you…I look forward to seeing this movement grow!
Wil Comrie
01:39:10
We should all do that anyway. No jacket required.
cindyavery
01:39:15
Bravo! Thank you, Merci!
Kim Truscott
01:39:18
Thank you! This was great!
Tracey Fraser
01:39:19
Merci, thank you so much everyone!
Carey Heeney
01:39:21
what if we do not have their email address?
Sydney Badger
01:39:25
Maybe BCC you so that the recipient doesn’t feel the gesture is diluted by making it public? Just a thought, to each their own ;)
Helene
01:39:27
thank you!
Hazel de Burgh
01:39:30
Thank you to the WIS committee - for all your hard work, and for delivering this informative session. In light of the risks relating to Covid-19, and since most hills aren’t operating until December, another WIS session on BPC would be helpful - as a way to broaden the reach of this content, and to provide a forum for training on this topic before training on the snow.
deidrecunningham
01:39:30
Thanks so much! I really enjoyed this information session and found it very motivational as a female who’s been part of the ski industry for a very long time.
Jill McCreary
01:39:32
Great call, can't wait to get on snow!!
Jon Tischuk-CSIA Marketing
01:39:33
Congratulations WIS Committee for a superb WIS Talk, phenomenal turnout, thanks to everyone for joining. Have a great start to your ski season 👍
Dianne Dagneau
01:39:38
Thank you!
Simon Grafton
01:39:40
Definitely bcc
Morgan Engel
01:39:47
you have to share the screen
Kimberly Gannon
01:39:49
The screen is not being shared
Kathryn
01:40:12
stoke for this wonderful opportunity for us to see our community! thank you :) girl power!
Chantal Savard
01:41:41
À quelle adresse courriel pouvons-nous vous écrire?
Hazel de Burgh
01:42:19
Great video too!
Michelle G
01:42:19
I echo JJ's comments. Awareness throughout all levels and positions within CSIA is key. Non-female members need to be aware & supportive of issues.
Annie LaRocque
01:42:38
For the last question email is wis@snowpro.com
Sydney Badger
01:42:38
Thanks!!
Jen Collison
01:42:42
Thanks!
christinedavidson
01:42:52
That was a fantastic presentation and great chat. So happy to see this conversation happening in the CSIA
Jennifer Terrell’s iPad
01:43:07
👏👏👏
Carey Heeney
01:43:32
what if we do not know the woman to whom we would like to write our email off thanksoff thanks/remerciement?
Christine Bellerose
01:43:43
Merci aux organisatrices cet à Annie pour la traduction!! Inspirant!!
Tori Wight
01:44:12
Thanks so much for this meeting. this is a great step to making a big difference
Anik Gaumond
01:44:14
Amazing job ladies!!!
Chloé Sigouin
01:44:48
Thank you!!
Julie
01:45:22
Hamel
Julie
01:45:40
and the email for you is : wis@snowpro.com ?