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Board Chair Joy MacPhail Receives a YWCA Metro Vancouver Women of Distinction Award

In the Media | 06.07.21

Joy MacPhail, Chair of the Adler University Board of Trustees, received a 2021 YWCA Women of Distinction Award for Business & the Professions from the YWCA Metro Vancouver. MacPhail was among 13 Women of Distinction Award recipients during the 38th annual awards show on June 7, which virtually hosted more than 500 attendees.  

“Board Chair of Insurance Corporation of BC (ICBC), Joy MacPhail is leading the organization through unprecedented changes,” the YWCA states. “She has been instrumental in bringing about a move from a tort compensation system to a more care-based system, making insurance more affordable for British Columbians.” 

Earlier this year, MacPhail received the Lifetime Achievement Award by Business in Vancouver. Read more of MacPhail’s accomplishments and of the other recipients in the YWCA Metro Vancouver blog article 

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