Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Innovation Saskatchewan, Kari Harvey, will be attending and speaking at our upcoming Regina PowHERlunch on Wednesday, September 26.
Kari Harvey is COO of Innovation Saskatchewan where her responsibilities include working with community partners to nurture an environment that supports the success of start-up tech companies in the province, and with the research community to ensure Saskatchewan research and commercialization interests are maximized.
Kari’s 25-year public service career includes senior leadership positions in the Ministry of Agriculture such as Director of the Agri-business Development Branch where she lead the team that established the Agriculture Knowledge Centre as part of the regional delivery model for agriculture extension services. In addition, Kari held the role of Executive Director, Capital and Regional Services with the Saskatchewan Ministry Health, where she lead capital infrastructure planning and board governance capacity building in the province’s health sector. Just prior to joining Innovation Saskatchewan, she worked in Saskatchewan’s Executive Council and Office of the Premier as Assistant Deputy Minister, International Relations and Protocol.
Born and raised in Lumsden, SK, Kari holds a Master of Public Administration and a Bachelor of Business Administration, both from the University of Regina.
Don’t miss out! Both of our previous leader development + high-calibre networking lunches in Regina have SOLD OUT. REGISTER NOW to guarantee your spot for this stellar event hosted at the RCMP Heritage Centre.
The September 26th PowHERlunch is part of an overall women-focused not women-only ACCELERATOR SERIES that takes place in Regina on September 26-28:
WOMEN BUILT2SCALE is a curated collection of events, workshops and targeted conversations over three consecutive days designed to convene a diverse cross-section of powHERful leaders to discuss what’s possible as we live, learn + lead from a place of our EPIC potential, taking tangible action for optimized impact.