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Jocelyne has over 25 years of business experience in the field of education, training, senior management and business entrepreneurship. Jocelyne is currently employed as International Development Officer at the Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick. She was also the Director of the Centre for International Business Studies at the Université de Moncton. She has coordinated and participated in many trade missions around the world involving students and Canadian companies. In September 2008, she was nominated by the Minister of Health to the Board of Directors of the new Health Authority. She served on many boards such as the Export Development Canada (EDC) and International Educators Association of Canada.
Beth Crowell resides in the Fredericton area and is the owner and Chief Executive Officer of Mayday Group Inc. founded in 1993. In 2010, she opened her second company called Swagshop.ca where she also operates as Owner and CEO. Beth is very involved in her community; she is a member and sits on the executive board of the Fredericton & Area Women & Business Network and currently sits on the board of directors of the Oromocto Chamber of Commerce. In 2017, she won both the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce "Business Person of the Year" award and the CBDC Southwest “Women Entrepreneur of the Year” award. Her skill sets include strategic planning, entrepreneurship and marketing.
Dr. Frances LeBlanc is Chief Executive Officer at the New Brunswick Chiropractors Association, chiropractor at Rehab One Performance Center, and consultant. Frances received her Doctor of Chiropractic degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College after completing undergraduate and graduate education in psychology at the Université de Moncton. She also completed a Master’s in Public Policy, Administration and Law from York University. Frances works to support organizations such as the Canadian Society for Association Executives and the NB Coalition for Pay Equity among others. Frances is passionate about healthcare, advocacy, management and governance, as well as entrepreneurship.
Jenna MacDonald resides in the Chaleur Region and works in the transportation and logistics industry. She graduated from Saint Mary's University with a bachelor of commerce and she now works at the Port of Belledune as Vice President of Marketing, Communications & Government Relations. Jenna also has great experience in social media; she manages a lifestyle blog called There’s a Shoe for That. She uses the platform to be an ambassador for local products and services, parenting advice and to help inspire family travel. Her skill sets include communications, marketing, social media and logistics.
Helen Ward-Wakelin lives in the Miramichi region and is a Nuclear Professional contracted to Point Lepreau Nuclear Generating Station/NB Power as an Environment, Safety & First Nation Liaison from Mi’gmawe’l Tplu’taqnn Inc. She owns multiple businesses: Wakelin Health and Safety Services, Natawe’g Business Services, and P&W Property Rentals. Helen was President of the Women of Miramichi Entrepreneurial Network for more than 7 years. She was also part of the Board of Directors for the Miramichi Young Professionals & Involved Entrepreneurs (MYPIE) as well as a board member for the Canadian Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers (CANDO).  Her skill sets include business and entrepreneurship, government and funding, business development and training, as well as health and safety.
Janice Goguen is from the Moncton area and is the principal Advisor of Global Connexions globales since 2012 and founding partner of OLIVA Strategies (2018). She has more than 30 years of experience in economic development under her belt. She has led international trade initiatives to a multitude of markets, specializing in agrifood, education and cultural export products. She was a member for the Cultural Council for the City of Moncton and has juried l'Université de Moncton's Jeux du Commerce. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Social Communications from the University of Ottawa. Her skill sets include international trade, supplier diversity, strategic planning, communications & marketing, business and entrepreneurship.