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  • Program Coordinator: LOGIC (Leaders Overcoming Gender Inequality in Chemistry) Retreat (2020)

    • University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB​​​

    • Moved online due to COVID-19

    • Volunteered on the organizing committee for LOGIC 2020, which attracts professionals in the field of chemistry from across Canada to discuss inequalities in the field, and advocate for minority groups. The theme for 2020 was "Seeing Beyond the Visible Spectrum". Specific duties include collaborations with chemists nation wide, planning of specific events, and seeking sponsorship and additional funding. Further, participated heavily in the transition from an in-person conference to an online edition during the COVID-19 pandemic. This included developing teaching materials to educate speakers on how to prerecord lectures, and videography to create an interactive networking opportunity online.

  • Panel Organization: Hidden Obstacles Panel @ Southern Ontario Undergraduate Chemistry Conference (SOUCC) (2020)

    • Ryerson University, Toronto, ON

    • Cancelled due to COVID-19

    • Helped organize a panel on equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) in the field of chemistry where the panel had representatives from different social communities prepared to discuss their experience with equity in this field. Organized by the Ontario Tech-Trent Women in Chemistry (OTT-WIC) chapter, the University of Toronto WIC chapter, and the Chemistry Faculty at Ryerson University.

  • Conference Organization: 52nd Inorganic Discussion Weekend (IDW) 2020

    • Ontario Tech University, Oshawa, ON

    • IDW is a provincial collaboration of inorganic chemists. I assisted in the planning for the 52nd IDW hosted at Ontario Tech University, including organizing food vendors, securing hotels, managing schedules, and assisting with the website design.

  • Workshop Organization: Materials Characterization Research Day (2020)

    • Ontario Tech University, Oshawa, ON

    • Organized a day in collaboration with the Koivisto group at Ryerson to view all of the materials characterization instrumentation available at Ontario Tech, what the instruments are capable of doing including background theory, and how we can use them together in our research.

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