NWCC Campus Principal Regina Saimoto will be giving a speech next week to commemorate International Women's Day.

Come celebrate International Women’s Day with NWCC

Houston residents are invited to celebrate International Women's Day on March 8 with special guest Regina Saimoto.

Houston residents are invited to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8 with special guest Regina Saimoto.The dinner is looking to promote equal access to education, training and science and technology, which in turn opens many doors when it comes to finding decent work for women, and Saimoto is an excellent example.  The campus principal for Northwest Community College’s Houston and Smithers campus’s, Saimoto holds a Bachelor of Science, a Master of Science and is also a Registered Professional Biologist. She’s worked as an educator, consultant and manager in the Bulkley Valley ever since and has held her position as campus principal since 2009.She is a firm believer in  how important education is to empower learners, especially women, by providing greater employment opportunities.The dinner on March 8 is being held at the Senior’s Centre at 6 p.m.  Call Doris at 250-845-3261 to register.

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