Podcast: An Interview with Joanna Rotenberg

Podcast: An Interview with Joanna Rotenberg

We are pleased to launch the first in a series of podcasts we have created inform and inspire women on their personal and financial journeys. This podcast is being launched on International Women’s Day 2017 – a fitting day to listen to an interview with Joanna Rotenberg, Group Head, BMO Wealth Management, and Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, author, and founder of KBK Wealth Connection. Listen for information and insight on Joanna Rotenberg’s leadership journey, including some personal career...
Women Entrepreneurs: Risk Aware and Innovative

Women Entrepreneurs: Risk Aware and Innovative

Janice McDonald and Clare Beckton, co-authors of the 2016 report entitled A Force to Reckon With: Women Entrepreneurs and Risk, and the 2018 report entitled Everywhere, Every Day Innovating: Women Entrepreneurs and Innovation discuss how they became passionate about the topics of risk and innovation among women entrepreneurs, what they learned through the process of their research, and why this research is important. Listen to the Her Money, her way podcast series – now on iTunes...
Lifelong Learning and Giving with Dr. Brenda Milner

Lifelong Learning and Giving with Dr. Brenda Milner

Dr. Brenda Milner, a 98-year-old full-time lecturer at McGill University, researcher at the Montreal Neurological Institute, and founder of the Brenda Milner Foundation joins Kathleen to talk about what led her to being a pioneering woman in her field, what drove her to start her foundation, and what the BMO Celebrating Women honour means to her. Listen to the Her Money, her way podcast series – now on iTunes...
From Classrooms to Cranberries – Evelyn Ernst Discusses Her Career Transition and Trajectory

From Classrooms to Cranberries – Evelyn Ernst Discusses Her Career Transition and Trajectory

When a plot of land came up for sale across the street from their home in 1998, BMO Celebrating Women honouree Evelyn Ernst and her husband, David, left their careers behind to start Terra Beata Farms. From its beginnings as a 12-acre cranberry bog to processing fruit from approximately 12 other farms in addition to the original plot, Terra Beata is now a global brand, with its preserves, juices, and berries on store shelves in Canada and China. Listen to the Her Money, her way podcast series...