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Hubert Roy

24 May 2019 15:00

Robert Dumas, president and chief executive officer of Sun Life Quebec, and Melisa Muraca, assistant vice-president, Centre of excellence in mobile applications and Solutions in digital health, accompanied by participants of the interactive workshop

On may 11 this year, Sun Life has hosted thirty young girls aged 9 to 12 years in its offices in Montréal to raise awareness of careers in the IT sector.

This activity was organized within the framework of the national Day of girls in programming, organized by the agency for Canada in programming. Robert Dumas, president and chief executive officer of Sun Life Quebec, and Melisa Muraca, assistant vice-president, centre of excellence in mobile applications and Solutions in digital health, were on hand to meet participants and guide them in their first steps in programming.

“At Sun Life, we want more women in technology because it believes in the enormous benefits of a diverse workforce. We are proud to sponsor events such as the national Day of girls in programming that are consistent with this objective, and of promoting among young girls the many opportunities stimulating that offers a career in IT “, commented Ms. Muraca.

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