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Chamber Team Welcomes Colin Beauchamp

Community Connections Assistant

The Chamber is very pleased to welcome Colin Beauchamp to our team.

In his role as our Community Connections Assistant, Colin is responsible for much of the day-to-day work of our Charity Connect program.   He serves as a bridge between charity and business Members, helping to connect potential partners and supporting community-focused advocacy work through outreach, event planning and the sharing of information. 

Around the office he’s known for his calm, pleasant demeanour, and we suspect he works out his aggression on the ice – Colin loves to play sports and be outdoors, especially on a frozen lake or rink.  In his private time he volunteers with day camps and local charities, and enjoys intellectual pursuits like brain games, riddles and good books.  Recommendations are always welcome, especially for sci-fi, action and adventure novels.

Charity Members who haven’t met Colin yet can expect to receive a phone call in the coming weeks for an intake or a follow-up interview for the Charity Connect program, and business Members interested in getting more involved in the community can be in touch anytime to discuss ways we can connect them to better support our charity Chamber Members and the community as a whole.

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Upcoming Chamber Events

Sep
10
YQT: Charity Edition
CEDC Board Room
Sep
12
Leaders Luncheon – Greater Toronto Airports Authority
Best Western Plus NorWester Hotel & Conference Centre
Sep
18
Oct
15

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