Former U of L student returns to share her wisdom – Lethbridge Herald

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Former U of L student returns to share her wisdom – Lethbridge Herald

by pmnationtalk on January 27, 2015676 Views

January 27, 2015.

Saskatoon Fairview MLA Jennifer Campeau, who completed a bachelor’s degree in the First Nations Governance program in the University of Lethbridge’s Faculty of Management, is back in Lethbridge Monday through Friday this week to share her expertise with students and youth.

“We are delighted and honoured that one of our graduates, the Honourable Minister Jennifer Campeau, is returning to the University of Lethbridge to serve as the inaugural executive in residence for our Scotiabank First Nations, MŽtis and Inuit Mentors Program,” said Faculty of Management dean Dr. Bob Ellis. “Her leadership and dedication to public service make her an inspiration for our students and the entire community. We wish to express our deep appreciation to Scotiabank for supporting this wonderful initiative.”

“We are proud to host the Honourable Minister Campeau and welcome her back to southern Alberta. She was one of the first graduates of the University’s First Nations Governance Program in 2008 and three short years later she was elected to the Saskatchewan legislature,” added Andrea Amelinckx, chair of the First Nations Governance Area in the Faculty of Management.

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