KPMG wins McKinstry diversity award

October 7, 2010

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SFU has recognized Canadian professional services firm KPMG with its 2010 Nancy McKinstry award for leadership in workplace diversity. The company’s B.C. offices employ more than 200 people from more than 50 nationalities. MBA student Ravneet Kaur Sandhu has received the Nancy McKinstry graduate student scholarship for leadership. The $1,500 award is given to an SFU Business graduate student who has been a leader in promoting opportunities for women in business. The awards were established in 2009 to honour McKinstry for her contributions to SFU while she was chair of the SFU board of governors. McKinstry, now retired, is a former vice-president of Odlum Brown Ltd. and past chair of the Investment Dealers Association of B.C.


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