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  • SINEAD BOVELL

    A first generation Canadian, Sinead Bovell was born to an Irish mother and a Guyanese father in a city outside of Toronto. She spent the majority of her young adult life focused on academics, receiving a Masters in Business from the University of Toronto, before moving on to a career in management consulting. Once Sinead started her career, she decided to leave the corporate world in order to make an impact on a larger scale. 


    Modeling was a new path for Sinead and it led to her utilizing her platform to help spread the word of WAYE.  WAYE, or Weekly Advice for Young Entrepreneurs, is a tech company Sinead founded. It works to “bridge the gap between young entrepreneurs and the digital future started from the knowledge that up to 800 million jobs will be replaced by technology as soon as 2030, a short decade away. 


    Shortly after, Sinead founded WAYE Talks, a practical and constructive speaker series in which technological experts discuss the digital changes already happening in our world and how they will affect us in the future. The series went viral, with young people coming from as far as London, England to get involved. 


    Speaking topics include, The 4th Industrial Revolution, A Future with Artificial Intelligence, Ethics & Diversity in Algorithms, Diversity, Inclusion, and the Future of Work, The Power & Importance of America’s Tech Giants, Technology and the Future of Fashion, Building a Brand in a Digital Age, Ethics and Sustainability in Fashion, and more. 


    In October 2019, she served as a panelist at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on the use of facial recognition technology to combat human trafficking, and she'll soon join the World Youth Summit for Peace in Dubai as a keynote speaker. 


    In September 2020, she will be introduced by the Queen of Sweden, and speaking at the United Nations on the future of technology. She will be representing the voice of the youth. Her  co-panelists were the Vice President of Costa Rica, the President of Microsoft, and the President of the Red Cross. 


    In addition to speaking, Sinead serves as a tech contributor for publications such as Vogue and Canada's Globe in Mail and the Toronto Star as “The Model Who Talks Tech.”


    "I hope that I can inspire and encourage people of all backgrounds, of all mindsets, of all demographics to want to learn about something that's going to impact us all so greatly in the future," Sinead says. "So the more I can continue talking about it and encouraging more people to come to the conversation, the better."





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  • SINEAD BOVELL

    A first generation Canadian, Sinead Bovell was born to an Irish mother and a Guyanese father in a city outside of Toronto. She spent the majority of her young adult life focused on academics, receiving a Masters in Business from the University of Toronto, before moving on to a career in management consulting. Once Sinead started her career, she decided to leave the corporate world in order to make an impact on a larger scale. 


    Modeling was a new path for Sinead and it led to her utilizing her platform to help spread the word of WAYE.  WAYE, or Weekly Advice for Young Entrepreneurs, is a tech company Sinead founded. It works to “bridge the gap between young entrepreneurs and the digital future started from the knowledge that up to 800 million jobs will be replaced by technology as soon as 2030, a short decade away. 


    Shortly after, Sinead founded WAYE Talks, a practical and constructive speaker series in which technological experts discuss the digital changes already happening in our world and how they will affect us in the future. The series went viral, with young people coming from as far as London, England to get involved. 


    Speaking topics include, The 4th Industrial Revolution, A Future with Artificial Intelligence, Ethics & Diversity in Algorithms, Diversity, Inclusion, and the Future of Work, The Power & Importance of America’s Tech Giants, Technology and the Future of Fashion, Building a Brand in a Digital Age, Ethics and Sustainability in Fashion, and more. 


    In October 2019, she served as a panelist at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce on the use of facial recognition technology to combat human trafficking, and she'll soon join the World Youth Summit for Peace in Dubai as a keynote speaker. 


    In September 2020, she will be introduced by the Queen of Sweden, and speaking at the United Nations on the future of technology. She will be representing the voice of the youth. Her  co-panelists were the Vice President of Costa Rica, the President of Microsoft, and the President of the Red Cross. 


    In addition to speaking, Sinead serves as a tech contributor for publications such as Vogue and Canada's Globe in Mail and the Toronto Star as “The Model Who Talks Tech.”


    "I hope that I can inspire and encourage people of all backgrounds, of all mindsets, of all demographics to want to learn about something that's going to impact us all so greatly in the future," Sinead says. "So the more I can continue talking about it and encouraging more people to come to the conversation, the better."





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