('80) has become one of Canada's most powerful women
Bachelor of Commerce and held a job as a Chartered
Accountant (CA) just over 30 years ago. Today she is a
senior vice-president for a large multinational bank and
heralded as "one of Canada's most powerful women" by the
Women's Executive Network.
and ending up in places that you wouldn't have predicted,"
she says modestly.
Bigelow House, VP Administrative for the SAC, and a stu-
dent representative on the University's Board of Regents.
She now appreciates the opportunity Mount Allison gave
her to work with some very prominent people at a young
age -- one being Canadian business icon Purdy Crawford
('52, Chancellor Emeritus), who she still works with occa-
sionally. "As a student you take for granted being on com-
mittees with such important people."
and then completed a PhD in management at McGill
University. She became a successful academic, holding