Images: Anglo American, plc | The Woodsmith Project

VISION

By 2030, we imagine the mining industry as a world-class contributor to the UN SDG Goals. ​

MISSION

Accelerate ESG innovation in mining by building collaborations between female entrepreneurs and mining companies. ​

HOW

Create a sustainable and scalable system to increase visibility, conversations and business opportunities amongst female entrepreneurs and mining companies.

Photographs are courtesy of Artemis Project Members

Meet the Female Entrepreneurs Contributing to Innovation, Diversity and Sustainability.

INNOVATION

“Mines need to be in the position of Digital Evolution, not just Digital Transformation. This isn’t a one and done scenario. Plan and count on continuous improvement.”

 

 

Jen Sloat, Founder MineiQ Inc.

SUSTAINABILITY

“Transformation of any kind needs to be intentional in order to be successful.  A calculated approach to change is the only sustainable form of change.”

 

 

Aymen Dewji, Managing Partner, ShiftRight 

 DIVERSITY 

“More women and an increase in diversity in the workplace means increased safety records, better equipment performance, quality projects and products, workplace satisfaction, and yes, an increase in the bottom line. Creating an environment for diversity is key. It’s a no-brainer!”
 

Kari Lentowicz, Founder and CEO of K. Lentowicz Emergency Management and Quality Consulting 

Founder and CEO of Diamonds in the Rough

 

Artwork courtesy of Flow Partners, creator Shahriar Zand

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This land is the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis. We also acknowledge that Toronto is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit.

We are grateful to these nations for sharing their land with us. We acknowledge the many injustices and pain suffered by all first nations people both historically and present day. We recognize that there is much work to be done to correct these egregious wrongs before genuine reconciliation is possible.