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FEA Lunch and Learn: Compass for Entrepreneurial Families
May 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT
Entrepreneurial families face a unique and complex journey. Navigating through family, businesses and ownership issues is a rewarding, but challenging process that can be aided by expert advice, theoretical grounding, and practical tools. Compass for Entrepreneurial Families is an educational course developed to provide business families with a better understanding of fundamental, contemporary concepts. As a Family Enterprise Advisor, you are uniquely positioned to help business families through these challenges and we hope you will make use of this course and the facilitation guide provided to engage, advise, and provide a successful learning journey for your clients.
We invite all FEAs to join Shauna Feth, President and CEO of Alberta Chambers of Commerce and Family Enterprise Canada’s National Director of Content Development, Thomas Clark, in this special lunch and learn event where they will cover the basics of the Compass for Entrepreneurial Families course, provide an overview of the facilitation guide and show you how to make the best use of this interactive learning experience with your clients.
Friday, May 20, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM EDT
Online via Zoom.
A Zoom meeting link will be emailed to registrants prior to the event.
Who Can Attend
This call is for FEAs.
FEAs who attend this event will earn 1 continuing education credit toward their annual FEA designation requirement.
Shauna Feth, FEA
President and CEO, Alberta Chambers of Commerce
As the previous Executive Director of the Alberta Business Family Institute at the University of Alberta School of Business, Shauna is a designated Family Enterprise Advisor (FEA) who was born into a third generation business family and has been actively and effectively promoting, educating and supporting outreach programs for entrepreneurs and business families for almost 15 years.
After gaining experience in the financial and accounting industries, Shauna successfully started several of her own ventures. In partnership with her husband Ken, they have built and sold two oilfield/pipeline consulting, maintenance and construction companies. The newest family enterprise is an apiary, where they are proud and passionate stewards of a large brood of honey bees.
Concurrently, Shauna was partner in a very active project and event management consulting company. Through consulting, Shauna was involved in some of the most successful events hosted in Alberta in the past decade, including Big Valley Jamboree, Grand Opening of the Alberta Hockey Hall of Fame and the Viking Cup International Hockey Tournament.