Dec 20, 2013 | Post by: St. John's Institute No Comments

St. John’s Institute Congratulates Edmonton’s Top 100 Women in Business

The board and staff of St. John’s Institute (SJI) on Whyte Avenue are delighted to congratulate Suzanna Brytan on being named one of Edmonton’s Top 100 Women in Business by The Wanderer Online. Suzanna is the Executive Director at St. John’s Institute, an arts and culture non-profit organization, and is the driving force behind the organization’s increasing success in recent years.

“Our board and membership recognized the potential in our Institute and recognized within Suzanna the ability to make our vision a reality,” says Dr. Tania Mysak, Chair, SJI Board of Directors. “We are immensely proud of what we have achieved to date with Suzanna’s energy and drive and look forward to a prosperous future.”

SJI also heartily congratulates the other 99 inspiring women recognized by this project, all of whom have greatly contributed to the thriving business community and culture that runs throughout Edmonton.

“It’s an extreme honour to be recognized together with individuals of the caliber included in the group,” says Suzanna. “I credit St. John’s Institute for giving me the opportunity to make a difference in our community through the programs and services we offer.”

As part of the organization’s mandate to support and nurture arts and culture in our city, SJI is proud that Suzanna has been recognized by The Wanderer for her unfailing dedication to giving back to the community. As a business leader, Suzanna utilizes everything that St. John’s Institute has to offer in support of arts and culture groups, non-profit organizations, charities, and much more.

“Suzanna has re-energized St. John’s Institute with her vision, focus, and determination,” says Terry Tanasiuk, Director, SJI Board of Directors. “Her ability to collaborate with different groups within the Edmonton community has resulted in many very successful and unique projects.”

St. John’s Institute recognizes the importance of community collaboration and support for local businesses, charities, and the not-for-profit sector. The organization not only provides sponsorship and support for these groups, but also offers affordable housing for students and low-income families.

The Wanderer’s Top 100 Women in Business project launched on December 17th, 2013. The magazine is a student-run daily online publication that covers everything from business and politics to culture and education in Edmonton.

A full list of the Top 100 women can be found on The Wanderer’s website.

 

For further information, please contact:
Cheryl Cottrell-Smith
Promotions and Events Coordinator
events@stjohnsinstitute.com
Telephone: (780) 439-2320

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