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Monday, May 14  


with Carol Budd, P.Eng Consultant


2 Sessions: 

12pm-1:20pm at Espanola High School and

from 6:00-8:00pm at Waawaasnoode Adult Learning Centre. 


After earning her Engineering Chemistry degree from Queen’s University, Carol Ann spent 20 years in Research & Development solving customer technical issues and leading global R&D projects. During this time she volunteered as Chairperson for the Canadian Aboriginal Science & Technology Society (CASTS).

Drawing on her love of working with numbers and helping people, she has transitioned her career to become a Certified Financial Planner ®.

Carol Ann provided input during the development of Aboriginal Access to Engineering at Queen’s, a program to attract and retain more Aboriginal students. She’s served as co-chair of the Board of Directors of the Ban Righ Centre which provides mature women students with financial, academic and social support.

Carol Ann is currently co-chair of the Queen’s University Aboriginal Council which was established “to ensure that for generations hereafter Aboriginal peoples will have access to higher education at Queen's University, and that the institution will be responsive to the broader needs of Aboriginal peoples."

She is a proud member of Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation and welcomes the opportunity to promote well-being through sharing some tips on financial literacy.


This is an Education Month Event. 

Participants of this event will receive one (1) ballot for Education Month’s grand prize incentive draws. 

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