Judith Fetzer
Judith Fetzer
Canada
Bold Woman Award Finalist 2021
Judith Fetzer
Judith Fetzer
Canada
Bold Woman Award Finalist 2021

Judith Fetzer is the president and co-founder of Cook it, the very first ready-to-cook company in Canada with a mission to decrease the mental load associated with meal planning and reduce food waste.

As a forerunner of a true digital revolution in the food industry, Judith created Cook it with the humble intention of changing people's lives. After seducing the Dragons (both in Quebec and in English Canada) and being adopted by Alain Bouchard as part of the Adopte Inc. program, Judith now finds herself at the head of a Quebec company of more than 700 employees, having acquired two competing businesses, Kuisto in 2017 and Miss Fresh, owned by Metro, in 2019. Her unifying leadership allows her to lead several successful projects simultaneously and to encourage the next generation of female entrepreneurs, her workhorse, through multiple speaking opportunities and public appearances. Thanks to her boundless ambition, Cook it was placed 5th among Canadian companies offering the best online experience in the WOW 2020 ranking led by Léger Marketing and Canadian Business awarded her the female entrepreneur award of the year.

Lena Koke
Lena Koke
Canada
Bold Woman Award Finalist 2021
Lena Koke
Lena Koke
Canada
Bold Woman Award Finalist 2021

Lena Koke is CEO and Co-Founder of Axess Law and over the past seven years has been leading the company through significant periods of growth, while overseeing the company being recognized on Canadian Business’ Startup50, Growth500 and the Globe and Mail’s Canada’s Fastest Growing Companies awards lists multiple times.

Axess Law is Canada’s first law firm with a hybrid virtual-physical approach. The company was built to address the problem that too many people can’t access the legal services they need due to accessibility and affordability. Axess Law offers a virtual legal service model and consumer-centric approach and has saved over 150,000 Canadians more than $32 Million in legal fees to date.

Lena has been recognized as one of Canada’s top 25 most Influential Lawyers in Canadian Lawyer Magazine and ProfitGuide’s Canada’s Top Female Entrepreneurs. She has an M.B.A from the Rotman School of Management, a Law Degree from the University of Toronto and a B.A. from the University of Western Ontario.

Dina Kulik
Dina Kulik
Canada
Bold Woman Award Finalist 2021
Dina Kulik
Dina Kulik
Canada
Bold Woman Award Finalist 2021

Dr. Dina Kulik is a mother, paediatrician and paediatric emergency medicine physician in Toronto. She is the Founder of Kidcrew, a multidisciplinary clinic for children, providing a one stop for kids’ health.

She is one of Canada's leading child health media experts, providing child health information to parents and the public through television, radio and print media and via her blog DrDina.ca and at Kidcrew.com. Above all, Dina’s greatest joy is her family and being the mom of four active, happy boys. You can find Dr. Dina @drdinakulik on IG, FB, TikTok, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest and YouTube.

G. Comeau & A. Tarzibashi
Canada
Bold Future Award Finalist 2021
G. Comeau & A. Tarzibashi
Canada
Bold Future Award Finalist 2021

ADELLE TARZIBACHI

Adelle Tarzibachi immigrated to Montreal nearly 20 years ago, since then the Syrian-born entrepreneur has become a successful businesswoman who is committed to her community. Guided by the desire to create a lasting relationship between Canada and her country of origin, she first created the company ADECO IMPORT. A company specialized in the importation of Syrian handicrafts made by artisans from the cities of Damascus and Aleppo. Then in 2017, she co-founded the company Les Filles Fattoush in response to the wave of Syrian migrants coming to Canada. The idea is to offer an opportunity for the integration of Syrian women through employment and by focusing on their culinary skills. Adelle's determination to make a difference in the lives of people in her country is boundless.

GENEVIÈVE COMEAU

With over 18 years of experience in communications and marketing, Geneviève has developed excellent skills in management, partnership development, event planning and shopper marketing. Creative, curious and ingenious, Geneviève places great importance on innovation and is passionate about the social economy, which she considers to be the economy of the future. To make Les Filles Fattoush thrive, she can count on her large network of contacts, her passion for design for good, but also her own determination to have a social impact.

Madison Guy
Madison Guy
Canada
Bold Future Award Finalist 2021
Madison Guy
Madison Guy
Canada
Bold Future Award Finalist 2021

Madison Guy is the founder and Chief Operating Officer of GrantMe, a platform that accelerates a students journey to their dream career.

The platform supports students with university applications, scholarship applications and internship opportunities. To pay her way through the University of British Columbia where she captained the women's soccer team, Guy went through an exhausting process of finding and applying for scholarships and awards. In 2018 and at the age of 23, Madison launched GrantMe to help other students plan their post-secondary education and their finances. Since its inception, GrantMe has grown 300% every year and has grown to a team of 50. Madison has won awards including BC Business 30 Under 30, CANIE Youth Impact Icon Award and most recently, was named a 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 winner.

Fatima Zaidi
Fatima Zaidi
Canada
Bold Future Award Finalist 2021
Fatima Zaidi
Fatima Zaidi
Canada
Bold Future Award Finalist 2021

Fatima Zaidi is the CEO and co-founder of Quill Inc. the world’s first one-stop marketplace and agency where podcasters and brands can find pre-vetted experts who will save them time, improve their podcast quality, and help grow their audience.

She is also the owner of the Listen In Conference held in Los Angeles that supports brands moving into podcasting. As a member of the National Speakers Bureau, Fatima has spoken at various events around the world on media and tech trends leading her to keynote on world stages alongside speakers like Gary Vaynerchuk, and most recently Richard Branson. In addition to being a commentator for BNN Bloomberg on the challenges that female and BIPOC founders face in entrepreneurship, she is a frequent contributor to publications including The Globe and Mail, and Huffington Post. Over the past few years she has won two Top 30 under 30 awards, the Young Professional of the Year by Notable Life, and one of Flare Magazine’s Top 100 Women. Fatima is the Co-Chair of the #Tech4SickKids council for SickKids Foundation & Hospital on track to raise $25 million with her team, and her career highlight is being on a panel with Beyonce's dad!