Happy International Women’s Day and congratulations to Dr. Nancy Mathis for being named among Atlantic Canada’s 25 most powerful women in business by Atlantic Business Magazine.
The Wallace McCain Institute (WMI) has three goals. First, to grow the personal capacity of entrepreneurial leaders though peer support, mentoring and judgment building. Second, to increase access to the critical resources required to grow (people, money and opportunities). And third, to foster a positive business ecosystem by aligning with similar initiatives inside and outside the Greater Atlantic Area. As WMI’s executive director, Nancy Mathis (above) is knocking those goals out of the park. Over the last decade, she has launched 35 peer groups to support over 500 business leaders. In her consulting work with Pivotal Input, where 70 per cent of her clients are multi-generational family businesses, she provides strategic planning, team alignment, culture re-sets and executive mentoring. Mathis has been in their shoes—for more than a decade she was the CEO of Mathis Instruments, a company which grew from the commercialization of her PhD research in chemical engineering.
Find the full list HERE.