Meet our Women Who Influence leadHERs
Nkechi Nwafor-Robinson is an award-winning Technology Executive, with over 20-years of experience. She is currently, Associate Vice President, Infrastructure Technology Solutions at TD Bank Group – but that is not all. She is Founder and CEO of Empowered in My Skin Inc., author, professional bodybuilder, host of Empowered in My Skin podcast, and an inspirational speaker, with speeches that have been viewed over 7M times worldwide. Most recently she was awarded, 2020 WXN Most Powerful Woman Canada – Top 100
Maureen (Mo) Hagan
Maureen (Mo) Hagan is COO at canfitpro. Mo is a global fitness ambassador and has been recognized for her work in fitness that spans over three decades. She is a Canadian Top 100 Fitness Influencer, IHRSA’s 2016 Woman Leader of the Year, a #1 best-selling author, Board of Director member for RxTGA and WIFA and a Reebok sponsored athlete.
Amina Khan is the founder of Amanah Fitness, an online wellness community dedicated to providing health and fitness education to women of diverse cultural backgrounds. Amina is completing her PhD degree in Health Psychology and researching solutions to increase diversity and cultural inclusivity within fitness programming. She was named the canfitpro Fitness Professional Of the Year in 2018.
Dr. Gillian Mandich
Dr. Gillian Mandich has a PhD from Western University in Health Science, and her primary areas of research are happiness and health. She is the founder of The International Happiness Institute of Health Science Research; co-lead investigator of The Canadian Happiness At Work Study; is a part of the Meant2Prevent research team at SickKids; appears regularly in the media on shows such as The Social, Marilyn Denis, Breakfast Television, The Morning Show, and CBC; and is a top-rated keynote and TEDx speaker.
Dynasti Hunt is an award-winning Talent and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leader, committed to redesigning workplaces with a centered racial-equity lens. Dynasti currently leads organizational coaching & consulting spaces designed to support individuals and teams across all sectors through how to evolve their workplace equity journey. She serves on the Board of Directors of The Women in Fitness Association (WIFA). Her work has been highlighted In Cosmopolitan, Fast Company, Forbes, and Well and Good.
Casey Zavaleta began her career with Toronto FC in the High Performance Department where she created programs to improve athletes' high performance habits. As a personal trainer, she found a passion for leading and coaching women to engage with fitness for better reasons than changing their body size. She is currently an educator with DTS Fitness Education, where she is the lead developer for DTS Habits Coach, a course that teaches trainers to help their clients improve their habits.