2017 Junior Achievement Hall of Fame Inductees

This past June two business leaders with ties to Edwards School of Business were inducted into the Junior Achievement of Saskatchewan Business Hall of Fame.

Founded in 1977, Junior Achievement of Saskatchewan (JA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating young people about financial literacy, diversity, business and economics. The Junior Achievement experience helps youth discover leadership, entrepreneurship and develop workforce readiness skills so they can achieve their highest potential.

Nominated business leaders represent our province proudly in the corporate world and also demonstrate a strong commitment to our community.

BUSADM Alumnus Chief Darcy Bear

Alumnus Chief Darcy Bear (BUSADM 2009)
*Pictured third from left

Chief Bear is serving a seventh consecutive mandate as Chief of the Whitecap Dakota First Nation, and is an established businessman.

Friend and donor Betty-Ann Heggie

Betty-Ann Heggie, friend, and donor of Edwards School of Business
*Pictured second from left

Betty-Ann is a former Senior VP at PotashCorp and spearheaded the Betty-Ann Heggie Womentorship Program, developed in partnership with Edwards,

The University of Saskatchewan and the Edwards School of Business congratulate Chief Bear and Betty-Ann on this achievement!

Please visit jasask.org for more information.

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