Toronto Tuesday via Zoom: COVID’s impact on Women’s Breast Health and #PleaseDon’tSkip

10 Nov 2020
5:30pm - 6:30pm EST
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Toronto Tuesday via Zoom:
COVID’s impact on Women’s Breast Health and #PleaseDon’tSkip

Q&A with Heather Chalmers, President and CEO, GE Canada and Victoria Daly, National Women’s Healthcare Product Manager.

Toronto Tuesday via Zoom: COVID’s impact on Women’s Breast Health and #PleaseDon’tSkip from IWF Canada on Vimeo.

Password: IWFCT20Tuesday

Time: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm ET
Date: Tuesday, November 10


Please note: Toronto Tuesdays are now being recorded and posted on the registration page once the event is over. Recordings are produced for IWF members only and are not to be shared with non-members.


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Heather Chalmers,
President & CEO, GE Canada,
President, GE Healthcare Canada

Heather Chalmers is the President and Chief Executive Officer for GE Canada, and President for GE Healthcare Canada. The world’s foremost Digital Industrial company, GE Canada has produced industrial solutions for over 128 years and employs thousands of Canadians across multiple sectors.

Heather Chalmers is passionately committed to leading businesses that consistently deliver Canadian innovation and outcomes to customers in Canada and globally.

As of 2018, Heather leads GE Canada as they work to serve customer needs in the Aviation, Healthcare, Power and Renewable Energy Sectors. She heads GE businesses that partner with business and government leaders to reposition the Canadian economy for the future with a focus on climate change, digital, AI and Additive Manufacturing.

Throughout her extensive 25-year career with GE, Heather has consistently developed and led high performing teams that are industry leaders in bringing innovative technology and digital solutions to solve complex challenges in both Canadian and global markets.

Heather first joined GE Plastics where she took on multiple commercial roles. In 2007 she took a leadership role at GE Healthcare and was promoted to President of the Healthcare business in 2014.

She holds a Chemical Engineering degree from Queens University, an MBA from the Rotman School of Business and is a director on the C.D. Howe Institute Board, Ontario Brain Institute Board and St. Elizabeth Health Foundation Board. She is also member of the Business Council of Canada, Rotman School of Management’s Healthcare and Life Sciences Advisory Council and is part of the GTA United Way Cabinet and former Director of the Medtech Canada Board.

Victoria Daly
National Women’s Imaging Product Manager, GE Healthcare Canada

Victoria Daly is the National Women’s Imaging Product Manager at GE Healthcare Canada. With more than 10 years of experience working in breast imaging, Victoria is a passionate advocate for women’s health and the early detection of breast cancer.

Victoria first joined GE in 2011 in a clinical role and has held various roles since. In 2017 she took on the role of National Women’s Imaging Product Leader.

Victoria holds a degree in Medical Radiation Science and a Master of Health Management from McMaster University and she is currently a candidate for the Certified Health Executive designation through the Canadian College of Health Leaders. Victoria is actively involved in her provincial professional organization having recently completed a multi-year appointment to the board of directors.


10 Nov 2020
5:30pm - 6:30pm EST

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