Tabatha Bull

President & CEO


Tabatha is Anishinaabe, a proud member of Nipissing First Nation. Awarded CEO of the Year for 2022 by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, Tabatha as CCAB’s president and CEO is committed to help rebuild and strengthen the path towards reconciliation and a prosperous Indigenous economy to benefit all Canadians. As an electrical engineer, Tabatha is committed to supporting Indigenous inclusion and diversity in Canada’s energy sector.

Serving the Indigenous community through CCAB’s commitment to support the Indigenous economy, Tabatha is an appointee to many boards, including the Dexterra Group, Wigwamen Inc., CN’s inaugural Indigenous Advisory Council, and Catalyst CEO advisory board in Canada to name a few.

Tabatha is dedicated to diversity and removing systematic barriers to improve opportunities for Indigenous business and women across all industry sectors.


thursday – 11:25am Main Stage

Time Icon 20 mins

Location Icon Meridian Hall - Main Stage

The Future of Women in Tech

Women are making contributions that are changing tech and innovation industries worldwide. But for every success story, there are countless statistics reflecting the challenges, bias, and discrimination women continue to face. Join us for an in depth conversation as we celebrate successes, challenge barriers, and cultivate a more sustainable and equitable future for women in tech.