“When you empower youth with choices, resources, and support, amazing things can happen,” says Nicole Osmond, Futurpreneur Canada Director for the Atlantic region.
And she knows this well: having joined Futurpreneur Canada in 2010 following a nine-year stint at the Centre for Entrepreneurship Education and Development (CEED), a Futurpreneur Canada community partner. Nicole has a diverse history working with entrepreneurs throughout Atlantic Canada. Her passion for entrepreneurship is infectious, after all “to be a part of the entrepreneurial movement is inspiring…to witness a young entrepreneur’s dream evolve from an idea to reality and to see their passion behind it, is incredible.”
Nicole holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Memorial University of Newfoundland and is currently the President of the Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Network and volunteers her time with Junior Achievement and Immigrant Settlement and Integration Services.