Helen Knight

Helen Wetherley Knight’s passion for IT ignited when she learned to program at the age of 9. Now with over 20 year’s experience as visionary and strategist, Helen leads award-winning significant and meaningful technology transformations across Canada. Extensive work experience and unending thirst for knowledge (MBA, PMP, Prosci) are the backbone of her ability to influence, design, solve problems and implement effective strategic change. Helen works extensively in the nonprofit space, advising organizations large and small on how best to realize the promise of technology. In her spare time Helen runs TechforSocialGood.ca as a support hub for nonprofits wanting to learn better ways to work, and is the President of the Calgary Chapter of the CIO Association of Canada.

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IT leader talks loss, and rebuilding a technical career

A conversation with Senior IT leader, Treasurer of the Calgary Chapter of the CIO Association of Canada, Paul Parzen about what it is like to lose, accept the loss, and become ready to rebuild in a technical career.

A one-on-one with a recent business technology management program student

Let’s meet one of the diverse students (almost graduate) seeking work in the tech space this year. I had the privilege of connecting with Sarah Laframboise, to ask her what motivated her to join this fascinating field. Laframboise is a student of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business

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