TRIEC Inclusion Summit


Employer-Focused Strategies for Immigrant Success

Join our Annual TRIEC Inclusion Summit for insights, resources, and best practices on leveraging immigrant talent to meet employer hiring needs, and how TRIEC can be a vital partner for employers seeking solutions in sourcing, retention, and advancement of immigrant talent.
You will also get an in-depth look at how TRIEC’s Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals (CAIP) program is leading the way in building strategies for immigrant inclusion and advancement.

Three Good Reasons to Attend

Reason #1

Learn about how TRIEC supports employers with inclusive hiring, retention and advancement.

Reason #2

Gain insights, resources and best practices on leveraging immigrant talent.

Reason #3

Get an in-depth look at TRIEC’s Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals (CAIP) program and its impact.

Guest Speaker and Panelists

Tricia Williams, Director, Research, Evaluation and Knowledge Mobilization, Future Skills Centre

Tricia Williams brings a strong background across anthropology, sociology and economics disciplines to her role as Future Skills Centre’s Director of Research, Evaluation and Knowledge Mobilization. She has particular expertise in the future of work including digital economies, skills development, migration and gender.

At the FSC, Tricia leads a pan-Canadian research strategy focused on advancing the FSC’s strategic goals. She also collaborates closely with our partners on the broader evidence agenda, ensuring that knowledge is both generated and mobilized effectively for uptake and usage.

Prior to joining FSC, Tricia spent seven years with the Mastercard Foundation, leading research, evaluation and knowledge mobilization initiatives related to youth employment and digital economy across Africa and with Indigenous communities in Canada. She has authored and overseen numerous reports, events and research programs to generate evidence and action around inclusive employment and development.

Tricia previously worked for the federal government in evaluation and policy functions, which she joined through the Recruitment of Policy Leaders program. She also spent several years supporting immigrant rights organizations in the United States and community organizations in Haiti, where she lived for several years.

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Count me in!

Join us to engage in discussions about strategies to improve immigrant retention and advancement in the Canadian workforce. We aim to inform, equip, and inspire everyone in the labour market ecosystem to be part of the solution. Your voice is critical to the conversation and hope to see you at the event to share your perspectives on this important topic.

This event is FREE to attend, but space is limited so please register early to reserve your spot.