Bonnie Butlin, Co-Founder of the Security Partners’ Forum and an alumna of the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA), will receive the “Women of the Decade” award at the 2018 Women Economic Forum in New Delhi, India in April.
The annual award is conferred on women leaders across the globe with distinguished contributions in various walks of life including education, entrepreneurship, technology, health, media and business.
The Women Economic Forum hosts events around the world that “bring women together to promote and foster their connections in order to grow their businesses and professions.”
Ms. Butlin received a Master of Arts in International Affairs from Carleton University in 2011.
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