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      Louis-H. CampagnaLouis-H. Campagna

      I am currently the Chairperson of the Board Sustainability and Corporate Citizenship Committee. I emerge from the Housing Co-op Movement (served on the Board of CHF Canada from 2013-2019). I am currently attending (2nd year) the Masters in Management, Co-operatives and Credit Unions program at Saint-Mary’s University in Halifax. I am based out of Quebec City where I sit on the Board of my local housing co-op and, more recently, on the Board of my local zero-waste, multi stakeholder grocery co-op.

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      Jen BudneyJen Budney

      Hi Louis! It’s great to have you here. St Mary’s is lucky to have someone with your experience in their Master’s program!

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