Una Lounder Una is a graduate of the MMIE (Master of Management Innovation and Entrepreneurship) Program at the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University. She has project and event management background as well as experience in youth program design and delivery. Prior to joining VFC, Una's experience has been largely in sport, gender equity, and the charity/non profit sector. Una is the Social Innovation Project Manager at VFC and leads the development and execution of the Reskilling Displaced Retail Workers Project.
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Cross Sector Leadership: A Framework for Collaboration The Reskilling Displaced Retail Workers Project is a project funded by the Government of Canada’s Future Skills Centre. The project supports the design of a reskilling program focusing on racialized or Indigenous youth in Ontario.