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PWN Lisbon is a portuguese branch of PWN Global
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When Jim Lightbody first took a seat at the executive table of the British Columbia Lottery Corporation 16 years ago, there was not one woman among his peers. Things are very different today. Lightbody is president and CEO of the BCLC and four of his nine colleagues are women, and until recently, women outnumbered men at the executive table. As well, 57 per cent of senior managers at the organization are female.
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