A Better World: Can Women Leaders Make it Happen?

November 5, 2009 :: Catherine Whelan Costen
Moderated by Susan Dakin

12 - 1:30pm

A political candidate in past provincial and federal elections and now a researcher, writer, and publisher, Catherine Whelan Costen will explore with us just what ‘a better world’ means and our potential to achieve it. She will challenge us to consider whether we want such a world or prefer to struggle with the status quo and conventional ways of doing things. Introducing her thoughts on the idea and practice of leadership, Catherine will discuss whether or not it matters if our leaders are men or women, male or female.

Speaker: Catherine Whelan Costen

Catherine is author of numerous articles on peace, leadership and exploring potentials for a better way to live. She has been published in magazines, newspapers, and on websites around the world and recently wrote and published a biography on Roman Catholic priest, Father Walter Krewski.

Currently residing in a small hamlet south of High River, Alberta, with her husband of over 20 years, she is also the mother of two grown sons. Her insatiable appetite for knowledge and natural curiosity has led to a diverse exploration of humanity, history, spirituality and potentials for something different. She enthusiastically shares her discoveries and vision through the written and spoken word.

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