Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland Spring Lunch
June 7, 2019
On June 7th a group of female leaders from the Cathedral branch and the Vancouver corporate office represented Raymond James Ltd. at the Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland Spring Lunch. The annual luncheon highlights and celebrates the impact mentorship has on young girls. This year’s featured Keynote Speaker Susannah Pierce, External Relations Director of LNG Canada, discussed the role that mentorship has played in her life and the importance of programs like Big Sisters.
The luncheon raised $118,000 which results in enough to support 56 mentor matches for a year!
The Spring Lunch is another example of the Cathedral branch of Raymond James Ltd.’s commitment to being engaged and positively impacting the communities in which we live and work.
About the Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland Spring Lunch
With social pressures for girls at an all-time high, mentoring matters now more than ever. Every spring Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland celebrates the impact mentorship has on inspiring young, vulnerable girls to achieve more.
Pictured (left to right):
Nimisha Hudda, Legal Counsel; Jennifer Gibson, Senior Branch Administrator; Amanda Collinge, Manager, Operations Performance, Operations Administration; Diane Groot, VP, Corporate Facilities & Sustainability; Deborah Best, VP, Human Resources; Molly Zhao, Investment Banking Associate; Luisa Moreira, VP, Assistant Branch Manager; Elaine Partridge, VP, Operations, Securities Services.
View more photos from the Big Sisters of BC Lower Mainland Spring Lunch here.