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      Tina NgoTina Ngo

      I have been working for Central 1 for almost 5 years now. Recently, I have created an ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) framework for the organization. In order to better understand the co-operative system and it’s governance, I thought this is a great opportunity to learn and understand the governance system better. I’m hoping this course would help me to continue improve the framework and analyze the governance system of companies that the we analyze and invest in.

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      Jen BudneyJen Budney

      Hi Tina! Welcome to the course! I’d love to hear more about your ESG!

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