For CBaSE's Amy Faria, returning to U of G was a home coming
The Centre for Business and Social Entrepreneurship (CBaSE) recently celebrate its fifth anniversary, and the addition of a new team member. This new team member came in the form of Student Enterprise Program Manager and two-time University of Guelph Alumna, Amy Faria. Since graduating with her MSc. in Markerting and Consumer Studies, Amy has spent time teaching, traveling and, volunteering internationally. Specifically, she has worked with Living Positive Kenya, a non-profit organization that provides women and children impacted by HIV/AIDS with sustainable outreach programs and opportunities in entrepreneurial traning and child sponsorship programs. Read Amy's full Feature Profile.