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Jenni Bolton

Learning and Development Business Partner

PhilosophyIn a word: passionate

Jenni’s father always said you should love what you do. She took that to heart and has spent her life and career in pursuits that provide meaning (she particularly enjoys reading books about happiness). Throughout her career Jenni has helped others find meaning, including women, youth, entrepreneurs, and newcomers to Canada. She has developed and facilitated numerous programs on topics such as workplace harassment, job search strategies, financial literacy, and leadership. She loves to create engaging, hands-on training to inspire others. She is most proud of her Cent$ible Students program that she co-created and delivered to over 20,000 students in Kindergarten to Grade 8 teaching them to Save, Spend and Share.

She is delighted to be a part of the Bernardi team. Employing the principles of adult learning, she helps us create dynamic training programs that drive behavioural change and support psychologically safe and healthy workplaces.

Honours Bachelor of Arts, English and Women’s Studies, Western University; Master of Public Administration (MPA), Queen’s University

An interesting tidbit

Jenni’s mantra is balance. She lives that mantra by focusing on fitness, including being a fitness instructor for more than 20 years. And she thought she was fit until she encountered the hills of Scotland on a cycling trip. It was a humbling experience. Next time she will cycle somewhere flatter, like Holland.

Backstory

An activist since high school, Jenni was always involved in student council and community. Working collaboratively with people and making a positive impact motivates Jenni and aligns with her values. Studying Women’s Issues at University opened her mind to equity and gender issues, and she has been involved in employment related issues and training throughout her career.

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