Working Together To Create Future Leaders
Jodi Kovitz is a passionate innovator, relationship builder, revenue generator and connector. She is the founder of #movethedial, a movement founded in January 2017 to advance women in tech. Jodi serves on the SickKids Foundation Capital Campaign Cabinet to raise $1.3B to transform children’s health leading an innovative technology sector strategy, serves on the advisory board of Rosenzweig & Company, Maple Corporation and Mayor of Toronto John Tory’s Toronto Innovation Council. Jodi spent 5 years at Osler generating revenue, building an alumni program, creating an associate training program and coaching 450+ lawyers on BD strategy and relationship building.
Alexandra Hunnings Klein
Alexandra Hunnings Klein is a former scholarship NCAA athlete who competed in the hammer throw for the University of California, Berkeley from 2003 to 2007. She began her career as a journalist at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in 2010 where she worked until 2015. Alex is a now with Google Canada working in Public Affairs and Communications.
Most importantly, as someone who greatly benefited from the support of parents who encouraged her to pursue a sport that, to many, is seen as obscure and/or only for boys, is extremely passionate about giving girls the opportunity to grow and develop through ALL sport. She is thrilled to be part of the Toronto Girls Baseball movement and is excited to witness and contribute to its growth and expansion.
Alex is originally from Vancouver and now calls Toronto home where she lives with her husband and massive dog.
Lori Litman has spent the last 18 years working within and in partnership with small, medium and enterprise start-ups, ad agencies, and corporate
companies, guiding, growing and building brands and their strategies, developing teams, people and partnerships. She strives to understand challenges and barriers and thrives on finding the dots and then connecting them. Lori seeks out purpose & opportunity to do more, and do better. Lori believes we can do some great work together. She is ready to roll up her sleeves and get dirty. Let’s do it.
Hannah is a third year student at the University of Toronto where she studies English, Classics, and Physiology. Hannah is a 2015 Loran Scholar and a 2015 University of Toronto Prince of Wales scholar. As a selected participant for the Girls on Boards program, Hannah has joined the Advisory Board for Toronto Girls Baseball. She has a passion for sport and played softball, soccer, tennis, and basketball growing up. Hannah is excited to contribute to TGB and to encourage other young women get involved with baseball in a meaningful way.