Who is Judy

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    Judy Evans
    Keymaster

    I am so pleased to be the program coordinator and to partner with Erin on the instruction and mentoring.

    I have been self employed for a very long time and have made every mistake in the book, some of them more than once.

    For the past 30 years, I have been working in the entrepreneur and nonprofit development field as a project manager, educator and coach. I teach nonprofit management, strategic management, economic development and an array of business management courses for 3 post secondary institions in Calgary (Mount Royal University, Southern Alberta Institute of Technology and Bow Valley College), along with managing projects for the Canadian Government department of Prairies Canada. This program brings all of my work together and I have learned so much during the 5 years working with the Canadian Legacy Project.

    Any questions that arise, throw them at Erin and I. We have likely crossed that bridge before.

    Judy

    • This topic was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Judy Evans.
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    Lonnie Croal
    Participant

    Thank you Judy, I too taught at BVC and thoroughly enjoyed my time there. Very excited to be learning and the engagement. I haven’t gotten fully emersed in the manual yet but am scheduled my time. Lots to share and learn. Thank you.

    Lonnie

    #3029
    Judy Evans
    Keymaster

    Lonnie, what did you teach at BVC?

    Judy

    • This reply was modified 1 month, 3 weeks ago by Judy Evans.
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    Lonnie Croal
    Participant

    I taught at the School of Justice Studies, Law Enforcement stream. I love it, it’s my thing. I believe that we have such an opportunity to attract and grow amazing police, corrections, and justice professionals from these programs, it really comes down to caring for our communities. While it does sound cliche, service and community wellness are absolutely everything. Getting young people in who genuinely want to make a difference is the magic in how that happens. In my many years of teaching and higher ed leadership, I saw it often…I just know I am on the right path when I see their faces. Thanks for the question Judy.

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