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Ricoh Canada to host 2021 Top 25 Women of Influence Awards

February 4, 2021  By PrintAction Staff

Ricoh Canada Inc. has extended its partnership with Women of Influence for the second year in a row by becoming the presenting sponsor of the 2021 Top 25 Women of Influence Awards. The annual awards celebrate the accomplishments of Canada’s female role models throughout the past year by recognizing their efforts towards influencing and driving positive change.

This year’s awards, which will be held on March 10, will be virtual, and will include fireside chats with 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award winner Camille Orridge (Senior Fellow at Wellesley Institute and former CEO of the Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network) and Top 25 Award recipient Larissa Crawford (Founder and Managing Director of Future Ancestors Services).

“As this year’s presenting sponsor, celebrating diversity and inclusion acts on our promise of the Ricoh Way – to embrace and respect the collective and unique talents, experiences, and perspectives of everyone,” said Eric Fletcher, vice president of marketing at Ricoh Canada. “We’re proud to continue our partnership with Women of Influence in highlighting significant accomplishments achieved through female empowerment and leadership.”


“We are thrilled to be partnering with Ricoh again this year for our Top 25 awards celebration,” said Alicia Skalin, co-CEO, head of Events & Programming. “This partnership represents our shared vision in shining a spotlight on the incredible and diverse accomplishments of Canadian women over the past year.”

This year’s award recipients are in a variety of sectors, career stages and have made various contributions to women’s advancement. “As women of influence with the common goal of creating lasting change, their individual achievements continue to inspire others in striving for positive progression and transformation,” said Ricoh, in a statement.

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