The Epilepsy Toronto Employment Services Department presents a workshop on Personal Branding with special guest presenters, Elizabeth Mohler and Lisa Kelly.
Your personal brand is about recognizing that today the world is marketing. It’s part of everyone’s professional journey. The more you integrate the marketing mindset into your life and career, the more traction you’ll gain in the workforce and the greater your ability to follow your own path.
Ryerson’s Elizabeth Mohler and Lisa Kelly from the Ontario Chamber of Commerce have joined forces to create an interactive workshop that will have you rethinking your approach to job search.
About the Facilitators
Elizabeth Mohler works as Project Coordinator, Inclusive Hiring at Ryerson Magnet. She has co-authored Creating a Culture of Accessibility in the Sciences and has worked for several years mentoring post-secondary students with disabilities. She helps them to find and implement new learning strategies.
Elizabeth sits as an active member on the Ontario government education standards committee. She provides consultation and helps develop strategies to inform a more inclusive education landscape. In addition, she has been a contributing member to the Labour Canada Breaking Down Barriers Project developed by the National Educational Association of Disabled Students.
Lisa Kelly has spent a large portion of her career engaging the business, governmental and not-for-profit sectors in the design and delivery of learning programs. She has developed programs to train corporate executives, youth and educators; provided training to newcomers, educating them about life and work in Canada; and workshops for job seekers on employment skills and the labour market. More recently, she has worked in the field of employment and disability, facilitating and training individuals to successfully transition back into the workforce after injury, in positions with the Ontario Disability Network Canada, Rehabilitation Network Canada and as the Training Development Team Lead for Canadian Business SenseAbility
Lisa holds a Bachelor of Arts from McMaster University, a Career and Work Counsellor Diploma from George Brown College and a Registered Rehabilitation Professional Certification from VRA Canada. She is a certified Life Skills Coach.