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Paula Campbell

Paula Campbell is an Investment Advisor with TD Private Wealth Management in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is enthusiastic about investment management and financial planning for high-net worth clients. Paula graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Saint Mary's University in Accounting and Chinese Language Studies in 2008.

As the founder of 100 Kids Who Care Halifax, a local children's charity, she intends to show that philanthropy comes from the willingness to help and that anyone can contribute, regardless of age, gender and what they're able to give. She wants to inspire the next generation of philanthropists by proving a forum to help and contribute to local charities. Paula sits as the Curator of the Halifax Hub in the Global Shapers Community. The World Economic Forum started this initiative in 2011 because they saw value in giving millennials a voice on a bigger scale. The network of hubs are developed and led by young people who are exceptional in their potential, their achievements and their drive to make an impact to their communities.

After her time as an exchange student at Xiamen University in China, her eyes and heart were opened for people who are living in a foreign country and for those who are seeking employments in a new country. This led her to become a connector with the Greater Halifax Partnership Connector Program. This program matches new residents and local and international graduates with local employers. She has been instrumental in placing five Chinese participants in new careers within the finance and banking sector.

Outside of the work life, she enjoys traveling the world, cooking, practicing yoga, and spending time with her friends and family.

CCEPA is a joint initiative of The Atlantic School of Theology and Saint Mary's University .

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