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Governance and Operations Manager

Rebecca Webb

Rebecca Webb manages all aspects of LMIC that are governance, administration human resources, and finance related.

She brings years of not-for-profit management with her from previous roles within the cultural and heritage sector of Ottawa.

In her spare time, she can be found planning and working her garden; in particular, growing many varieties of hot pepper plants.

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By Bolanle Alake-Apata | March 16, 2022

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By LMIC-CIMT | March 7, 2022

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By LMIC-CIMT | December 16, 2021

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By Guest Blog | December 15, 2021

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By Guest Blog | December 14, 2021

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By Behnoush Amery | November 24, 2021

Earnings data up to 2018 is now available for post-secondary students in Canada who graduated in 2010.

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