Sep 29, 2021
Judith Chambers begins First Term as Board Chair
Judith Chambers has begun her first term as chair of the board of trustees. She succeeds Elba Haid who held the position for five years.
“I want to thank Elba for the phenomenal job she did as Chair, including staying on an extra year. She’s worked tirelessly for Manitoba Opera, both as board member and as chair, giving generously of her time and her financial resources,” commented Larry Desrochers, General Director & CEO. “She is one of those rare leaders who is ambassador, an advocate, and yes, an asker. We are so fortunate that she will be taking a very active role in the upcoming endowment campaign.
I’m looking forward to working with Judith over the next few years as she takes on the role of Chair. I know Judith will lead Manitoba Opera with a deep commitment to the company and a love for the art form – feelings that are shared by so many in the community.”
Judith Chambers, B. Commerce, CFP, TEP, CEA
Judith Chambers has been with TD Wealth Private Wealth Management for almost 10 years. Her career spans over 30 years in the financial services industry with the last 20 in the area of wealth management where she works exclusively with high net-worth individuals and families.
Ms. Chambers holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree and her Certified Financial Planner, Trust and Estate Practitioner, and Certified Executor Advisor designations. She is looking forward to completing her MBA at Dalhousie University in the spring of 2022.
Community work has included roles with the national board of the Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada; past Cabinet Chair of the local Children’s Wish Foundation Advisory Board; active participant in community events with the United Way, Canadian Museum for Human Rights, JDRF, and YM/YWCA of Winnipeg; and The Nellie McClung Foundation board member.
“In my role as Chair, I am committed to carrying on the work that has begun to ensure the long-term sustainability of Manitoba Opera through building legacy financial resources, an inclusive and diverse community, and board and artistic engagement,” commented Ms. Chambers.View Media Release