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Volunteering

The Society is a not-for-profit organization that relies heavily on support from committee volunteers.  Our volunteers help bring together the content and speakers for professional development events, contribute to publications and promote the value of the charter.  Volunteering for one of our many committees or programs is an excellent way for investment professionals to share information and ideas with a community of peers. In addition to being a critical element to our success, volunteers gain visibility as active participants in the investment community, and being a contributor to the professional development of investment practitioners of all career levels.  Volunteer opportunities are open only to members in good standing.

Judges
2017 Research Challenge Local Level Judges' Panel
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2016 Mentorship Committee Reception

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We would like to recognize the hard-work and passion of our volunteers.  Each quarter we're going to "spotlight" a volunteer to thank them for their time and commitment to our mission and representing our Society's quarterly theme.

2016-2017, 3rd Quarter, Trust & Ethics
2016-2017, 4th Quarter, Diversity & Inclusion

kevin veenstra


Kevin Veenstra, CPA, CFA
Kevin Veenstra was vey busy this past January getting trained by CFA Institute to facilitate its ethical decision-making interactive presentation.  Soon after completing the training, he volunteered to present at the 2017 Canadian Ethics Challenge:  Local Competition on 19 January.  In March, Kevin will begin presenting to universities across Ontario.  We would like to thank Kevin for his hard work as a volunteer with the Society's Finance Committee and now as a volunteer outreach representative.

Camilla Sutton


Camilla Sutton, MBA, CMT, CFA
We would like to thank Camilla Sutton for her active Society involvement on the Membership, Member Communications and University Relations Committees.  Camilla has represented the Society as a judge for various initiatives and took part in speaking engagements at local universities to inform future practitioners the mission and vision of CFA Society Toronto and how to get involved.  Furthermore, Camilla is an active volunteer on the member Communications Committee as a regular contributor to the Society's quarterly publication, The Analyst.  Recently, she profiled five impressive Bay Street CFA charterholders in the March 2017 issue.
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