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Alumni Spotlight

At Community Futures, we believe in the power of our community. That includes our team! Check out the stories of some of our former staff members and see how they leveraged their time with us to make a lasting impact in our town. We're proud to share their stories and celebrate their accomplishments as part of our commitment to entrepreneurial development and regional economic growth.

Eli Kelly

Eli Kelly

Business Advisor, Lower Mainland BC Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Program

"Practically gained experience and formal training opportunities with CF helped me grow professionally. By supporting local businesses, I was able to see the results of my success first-hand with a stroll down the street. I knew I was making a tangible contribution to the business sector in Prince Rupert.”

Ezinne Uche

Ezinne Uche

Manager of Commercial Banking, CIBC Prince George Board Director, Community Futures Fraser Fort George

“Working with the collaborative CF-PNW team and being mentored by John Farrell gave me the opportunity to learn and grow early in my career through professional training and interactions with the Northern Business community. The technical and soft skills acquired during my Internship have played an important role in my career development leading to where I am today.”

Kaitlyn Joyce

Kaitlyn Joyce

Commercial Development Analyst WestJet Airlines

“Working at CF as the Business Liaison was one of the best decisions I could have made for my career. The guidance and support of my former team did wonders for my professional development, and the connections I made persist today. I would strongly recommend working at CF to anyone set on a business-related career path while doing meaningful work within community.”

Blair Mirau

Blair Mirau

CEO Gitmaxmak’ay Nisga’a Society

“Community Futures took a chance on me with an internship when I was in third year university. With almost no prior office experience, the team first had to teach me how to use their copier before assigning me some unique opportunities to make a positive impact in my hometown. The highlight for me was being trusted to create the business plan and grant applications that resulted in over $1 million being awarded to build the Cow Bay Marina. I would recommend Community Futures to any person with an interest in community economic development and a desire to make tangible change.”