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Fallon Farinacci

A proud Red River Métis, Fallon is a Speaker, Survivor, & Advocate for MMIWG (Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls). Fallon has cultivated an incredible community and uses her platform to share her story, give back to the Indigenous community, and raise awareness for causes and organizations close to her heart. She is the very definition of what it means to be resilient and continues to be a source of light both IRL and on the ‘gram.

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Leah Hextall

“First” is a word often associated with Leah Hextall, who is blazing a trail for women in sports and beyond.
The National Hockey League Broadcaster is the first female to call play-by-play commentary for a nationally televised NHL game as part of Sportsnet’s first all-female broadcast team. Hextall also made history as the first woman to call an NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Championship game for ESPN in 2019.
In the face of convention and, on occasion - harassment, Hextall stands on a stage, at the podium, or behind the microphone, reminding anyone who can hear that she is not one of the boys and inviting more women to join her.

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Rachel Mielke

Rachel Mielke, Hillberg & Berk's Founder & CEO, started this company at her kitchen table. 16 years later, H&B has 15 retail stores across Canada. From Dragon’s Den, to the Olympics, to Queen Elizabeth’s jewelry collection—Rachel has helped take H&B to some pretty amazing places. Her natural creative streak, passion for design, and dedication to making H&B a purpose-driven company has helped her realize her dream—creating jewelry with a lasting impact.

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