Colleen Sim developed an interest in the positive impact of effective teamwork early on in her career. It is something that has stayed with her over time and ignited her interest in the role of strong leaders in directing team success.
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Name: Andrew Nixon
Hometown: Thunder Bay, ON
Major: Human Resources Management
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