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CEO Amanda Hall was interviewed last week. She is an alumna of the Leadership Calgary program. She is one of six finalists competing for a million-dollar Women in Cleantech prize.
1. What are the most significant engagements in your life, and why are they meaningful?Balance is important, and so the most significant engagements in my life are spread out between my family/friends, my company, my health and my learning. I think that spending quality time every day on all four of these is very important. They are meaningful because I know that when I invest time and energy into each one, I am rewarded with an abundance of love/support, inspiration, growth and new tools of wisdom in return. Learning and growing is a collaborative effort.
Read the full interview here.