The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce has a new CEO.
Prabha Ramaswamy has been chosen to fill the post..
CEO of the non-profit, membership-based organization Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan (WESK) since 2014, Ramaswamy has demonstrated a strong commitment to helping Saskatchewan realize its economic potential by driving change to close the gender entrepreneurship gap.
During her 8-year tenure at WESK, Ramaswamy launched several breakthrough programs to support the business community, including Matchstick – the first program in Western Canada to support Indigenous women entrepreneurs.
Ramaswamy has served as the first President of the Leaders Council for the Paul J. Hill and the Kenneth Levene Schools of Business at the University of Regina and currently serves as a member of the Paul Hill Advisory Board at the University of Regina.
She will start her new job June 20th