Carl Haynes

Administrative Coordinator

Carl is a recent graduate of the University of Victoria Gustavson School of Business with a specialization in entrepreneurship. In his time at UVic he was involved in various student organizations holding various positions. These included; Director at Large with the UVic Student Society, President of DKE, UVic Senate member, Charity Executive with the Commerce Student Society, Vice President of Events and Marketing with the Business Technology club and the JDC business case competition team.

Just as Carl wore many hats at UVic Carl helps with a variety of projects with the IISAAK OLAM Foundation. He leads the Earthshot prize efforts, helps plan and market online discussion series like Zaagindiwin, supports the IPCA Planing Certificate and website development across many projects.

Carl also supports in an executive assistant role booking items into Monica and Eli’s calendar. Try emailing him if you are having issues contacting either Monica or Eli.

 

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