United Way Next Gen

Banter with Bigwigs

Join us for the inaugural Banter with Bigwigs presented by United Way KFL&A Next Gen

Thursday, March 30th
5 to 8 p.m.
Delta Kingston Waterfront hotel

The event is sponsored by TD and organized by the Next Gen committee.

United Way Next Gen is comprised of young professionals ranging in age from 25-35 and is an opportunity to engage, learn more about the community through the United Way KFL&A, and how they can get more involved. 

This new event, is a chance for Next Genners to meet with community leaders (check out the Bigwigs and their bios below) in a meaningful way, and to network. Mix and mingle with the Bigwigs and gain insight into various professional industries of interest.

Cash bar will be available at the event and munchies provided. 
Tickets are $10 plus service fees, with a limited quantity available.
Grab a ticket here:


Learn more about United Way KFL&A Next Gen – www.unitedwaykfla.ca/nextgen

The Bigwigs

Sherri Agnew

Tim Hortons, JE Agnew Food Services

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Krishna Burra

Director, Limestone District School Board

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Daren Dougall

Regional Manager, Ministry of Children and Youth Services

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Colonel Sonny Hatton

Commander, Canadian Forces Base Kingston

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George Jacob

DuPont Kingston Technology Centre Site Leader & DuPont Canada Innovation Leader

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Jane Lapointe

Senior Financial Advisor, Assante Financial Management Ltd. Fenlon Division

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Antje McNeely

Kingston’s 17th Chief of Police, City of Kingston Police

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Leanne O’Mara

Tim Hortons, JE Agnew Food Services

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Shikha Tewathia

DVP, TD Bank

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Thank you to our lead sponsor TD Bank