Larkin Mosscrop
Vice President, Women in Nuclear Canada
Larkin has been in the Ottawa Valley for 10 years, having moved here after her Masters degree to work for CNL.  She currently works for Kinectrics as the Manager for Environmental Services, Clean Energy and Community Engagement.  This role aligns with her passions and her beliefs that relationships are key to success.  Larkin is currently one of the Women in Nuclear Canada Vice Presidents, having been involved in WiN as the chapter chair and secretary of the board.  She believes in volunteering and spends her time supporting many local organizations, including the Renfrew County Science Fair Board as the Safety and Ethics Lead, and Riverview Rescues as the Foster Director.  She has a MSc in biology and is currently working on her PhD in Public Policy specifically on energy literacy.  This PhD is driven by her passion and interest in this subject matter.  Her strengths include communications, program and strategy management, stakeholder engagement and education.  She is also a recent award winner for the Education and Communication Award for the CNS/CNA.
Sandra Langford
PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise
Sandra is a business counsellor with PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise, supporting women entrepreneurs to achieve their goals.  She has a lifetime of entrepreneurial experience, most of which while living in southern France where she resided with her family flourishing in the food, tourism, accommodation and retail industries.  Exploring new destinations whether near or far, hiking and kayaking are her top three activities.
Alicia Ott
Bee Savvy Fine Foods
Alicia is a dynamic entrepreneur, wife and mother of two.  As the owner of Bee Savvy Fine Foods, a fine food shop in Arnprior, she passionately curates exceptional culinary experiences, showcasing her commitment to quality and taste.  Additionally, Alicia is the owner of Steelheads and Strikes, the oldest bowling alley in Canada, which recently underwent a significant renovation set to be featured on a highly popular network.  Her innovative approach and dedication to revitalizing this historic establishment highlights her entrepreneurial spirit.
Alongside her entrepreneurial ventures, she imparts her knowledge as a part-time Professor of Retail Management at Algonquin College, shaping the next generation of business leaders with practical insights and expertise.  Alicia’s multifaceted roles underscore her dedication to business, community and education, making her a respected and influential figure in her field.