At the TMX Finance Family of Companies, women are leading the way. They’re mothers, mentors, military veterans, community volunteers, and operators. Our women are leaders.
Read all the interviews we held in our Women of the 20th blog series to learn how they each became the leaders they are today.
What has been one of your most empowering moments at the TMX Finance Family of Companies?
The most empowering moment that I’ve experienced with the Company would be taking the risk of a new experience. It actually played out to become greater than I could have ever expected! All jokes aside, my job is CHALLENGING with all capital letters. However, knowing that I am able to handle all of those challenges with my heels still planted on the ground, a smile shining on my face, and knowing that I’ve become stronger and more talented throughout the storms, is worth every penny.
What advice would you give to someone starting their career journey with our Company?
My advice for someone starting their career with the Company would be “buckle your seat belts” because you are in for the ride of your life. The roller coaster is worth it because accumulating longevity within the Company will grow you professionally and prepare you for better opportunities. Oh, did I mention that if you put in the work, the money isn’t too shabby, either?
What is your biggest passion?
My passion is to continuously strive to be the best. The best at what? The best at EVERYTHING. You bring something to me and I will return it to you better than if it was factory made.
What is something you haven’t completed yet that you planned for in the future?
My future plans within the Company is to become promoted to the next level, District Director of Operations. My goal is to hopefully land the position within the next year or so!
Is there anything else we should know on your journey to success?
My journey to success is still in progress and the current recipe is consistency and persistence. Consistency is to show that I will overcome any and all distractions on top. Persistence shows that whatever goals are set will end with those same goals met.