Britt Dysart, QC, recipient of National Volunteer Award
Fredericton partner Britt Dysart, QC, has been recognized by Junior Achievement Canada with a National Volunteer Award. Presented at the Canadian Business Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, this accolade honours a strong commitment to community and a significant contribution to volunteer organizations.
Britt has been involved with the New Brunswick branch of Junior Achievement for 20 years and is currently the board of directors chair, having held a treasurer role in the past as well. In a recent interview with the Saint John Telegraph Journal, Britt shared some advice for current and future junior achievers: “The installation of self confidence in one’s ideas, the understanding of the skills that you need to bring your ideas to fruition, and the ability to think outside the box to solve problems are really critical skills that anyone needs in life, certainly to succeed in business.”
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