Vickie Cammack, Co-Founder of PLAN and current Executive Director of PLAN Institute was honoured yesterday as one of Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women at a ceremony in Toronto. The award recognizes remarkable Canadian women in eight different categories of excellence and was presented by the Women’s Executive Network (WXN). Vickie was also among a select group of recipients to be profiled in the Globe and Mail.
“Vickie is being honoured for her inspiration and demonstrable solutions related to social networks, social innovation, citizenship and disability. Vickie describes her work as ‘creating a revolution of belonging. She is a co-founder of Planned Lifetime Advocacy Network, a successful author and inspirational speaker. Her focussed and strategic approach to developing social networks is being used around the world. A recognised social entrepreneur Vickie’s most recent initiative, to extend the impact of her work, is the creation of Tyze, a groundbreaking online personal network service.”
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