Terri Sudnik

 

  • I grew up in Hythe and I was best known as…
    • As you spend most of your growing years in the education system, I was best known as was Mrs. Sudnik’s
      daughter as my Mom was a Grade 3 teacher in a small northern community of Hythe.

     

  • What was your first job?
    • Working at ATB Financial as a customer service representative.

     

  • If you could witness one event in history what would it be and why?
    • Looking back into history it would be amazing to have been part of the first exhibition of the Group of
      Seven when it was put on display at the Art Gallery of Toronto in 1920.

     

  • What’s the best thing about the people you work with?
    • The most amazing attribute about the people who I work with at JA is how they are all like-minded individuals creating their own authenticity by being vulnerable and passionate about bringing opportunities to our leaders of tomorrow. It is an inspiring group of people making a difference in the world.

     

  • Something you’d never guess about me is:
    • What most people wouldn’t guess about me is that I was your typical farm kid growing up, with cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys and raising from the land what we needed to survive.