Firesides – Digital Transformation

Digital Transformation – The future of work and social interaction will be digitally driven through innovation

The urgent need for digital transformation in remote work and the rapidly increasing use of cloud technologies are just two drivers of the relentless pace of digital disruption. Understanding the key drivers of change and leveraging the powerful capabilities of collaborative platforms can prepare organizations for digital transformation.


Tracey Schofield – RBC

Tyler Gooch – City of Winnipeg

Richard Bennett – Pollard Banknote

Rod Giesbrecht – ImagiNET Resources Corp.


Joanne Ching


I am Joanne Ching, an international student in the Business Technology Management program. I am passionate about connecting people, revamping processes and bringing positive energy into workplace. My experience involves financial operations, risk management and project management. I am interested in learning more about project management skills and the technologies used to improve efficiency at work. I also love listening to inspiring career stories and sharing my own experiences. Looking forward to the conference!

Raissa Marie Valderama



Hi, I am Raissa Marie Valderama, born and raised in the Philippines. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering, but my seven-year career in my home country was spent entirely in the IT industry. I am currently taking up business technology management program at the Roblin Center campus to further my skills and knowledge in project management and business analysis. I aim to be a project manager or business analyst in an IT company here in Winnipeg once I finish my program in 2024 or earlier. I am excited to be part of this conference, and I am glad to be part of the moderators

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