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Dr. Georgette Zinaty

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Dr. Georgette Zinaty

Dr. Zinaty is a strong advocate for leadership and inclusion within organizations. She founded and spearheaded an annual Leader-2-Leader conference to foster discussion on topics impacting the workforce. Dr. Zinaty’s research is unique having conducted noteworthy studies with that are quantitative and qualitative with significant datasets and novel findings in the area of women and leadership, diversity and inclusion. She has been recognized by the former Premier of Ontario and the current Federal Minister of Transportation for her volunteerism and contribution to the community.

Dr. Georgette Zinaty brings her expertise in Diversity and Inclusion to our leadership consultancy and training initiatives. Dr. Zinaty has been an executive and senior leader at the University of Toronto. An alumna of the University of Toronto, Dr. Zinaty holds a Bachelor degree in English and Political Science, a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Liverpool, a Master’s of Science from the Henley School of Business and a certificate on Leading Strategic Change within Organizations from Harvard University. She holds a Doctorate in Business Administration—a joint program with the Rotman School of Business and the Henley School of Business. Dr. Zinaty’s research focuses on business leadership, diversity, inclusion and the future of leadership.
Dr. Zinaty has worked at the University of Toronto for more than two decades, where she’s held numerous leadership positions. Most recently, she served as Executive Director of Advancement in the Faculty of Engineering. Previously, as Executive Director of Development and Alumni Relations at the University of Toronto Scarborough Campus (UTSC), the University experienced significant gains in alumni engagement, innovative new programming, positioning—and exceeded its campaign goals. Under her leadership as Director for the University of Toronto Awards and Honours in the Office of the Vice President, Research, the University and its faculty realized significant gains in both international recognition and key performance indicators.

Dr. Zinaty is a strong advocate for leadership and inclusion within organizations. She founded and spearheaded an annual Leader-2-Leader conference to foster discussion on topics impacting the workforce. Dr. Zinaty’s research is unique having conducted noteworthy studies that are quantitative and qualitative with significant datasets and novel findings in the area of women and leadership, diversity and inclusion.
Dr. Zinaty has also served on a number of boards including the University of Liverpool Advisory Board where she was the only woman and only international representative. She has been an active member of the Business Excellence Awards Committee of the Toronto Region Board of Trade. She is a Professor at the University of Western Ontario and teaches at the Rotman School of Management.

Dr. Zinaty has been a frequent panelist and a public speaker, including a TEDx talk. In 2018, she was named an “Immigrant Woman of Inspiration” by the publication Canadian Immigrant and has been recognized by her MP for her volunteer work and impact in her community. Most recently, she has been appointed on the Board of Advisors for the Entrepreneurship and Leadership Learning Alliance (ELLA at York University) and is the Co-Chair the inaugural Canadian Chapter of ChIPs, a global organization that supports women in intellectual property and technology. She also recently launched a non-profit called WHEW! Women Helping Empower Women and is the author of Why Not YOU? Challenging Diversity and Inclusion Assumptions.