Manitoba Financial Literacy Forum Advisory Council
During her 14 years at The Manitoba Securities Commission, Ainsley has focused on public education and communications. As Manager of Education and Communications, she has represented the Commission on both national and international investor education committees. She currently serves as Co-Chair of the Manitoba Financial Literacy Forum. Prior to her government service, Ms. Cunningham spent several years working in the securities industry as well as teaching grade 1 in the public school system. Ms. Cunningham holds a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Education, and a Certificate in Management.
Cynthia Duncan is a financial planner at Desjardins Financial Security Investments Inc. She has been with the company since 2002, taking on the role of “in-house” financial planning specialist in 2010. During her tenure as an advisor, she has received her MBA majoring in Finance from the Asper School of Business, plus earned several industry designations including her CFP, CLU, FMA, FCSI, CIWM, and TEP. In 2006 she received the Leslie Dunstall award for her academic achievement related to her CLU designation. She is a member of Advocis (the Financial Advisor’s Association of Canada) and the CIFP (Canadian Institute of Financial Planners) and has held various positions on the local Advocis Winnipeg Chapter board from 2009 until present. She is currently serving as the representative for Individuals and Families on the Financial Literacy Council.
Sally Massey Wiebe
Sally Massey Wiebe graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Bachelor of Human Ecology and holds the designations of Certified Counsellor under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act and Accredited Financial Counsellor Canada (AFCC).In 1988, she began working with United Way, Community Financial Counselling Services (CFCS), as a Financial Counsellor and Financial Literacy Educator. She is currently involved in developing CFCS’s financial literacy curricula, delivering presentations and facilitating workshops for consumer groups and professional development. Sally is also the Manitoba provincial coordinator for the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education’s Talk With Our Kids About Money program, facilitates the United Way of Winnipeg’s Living on the Edge poverty simulations and serves as a volunteer tax preparer with the Community Volunteer Income Tax Program.
Trevor Krahn is an Honours graduate from the Business Administration program at Red River College in Winnipeg, MB. He began working with Investors Group in 2000 and contributed to several departments before embarking on the role of managing the company’s Community Investment Program. During Trevor’s time at Investors Group, he obtained the Investment Funds Institute of Canada Certificate, Marketing Management Certification and a Certificate in Corporate Community Involvement Management through Boston College.