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Mongolian accountant joins Prospera Credit Union

 

 

 

 

Amarjagal Bayanjargalg who's from Mongolis brings her accounting skills

to Prospera Credit Union.

 

 

 

 

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By JESSICA THIESSEN, PROSPERA CREDIT UNION ABBOTSFORD/SUBMITTED PHOTO

JULY

 

 

ooperative values are exemplified by people helping people to achieve a common goal, regardless of what city or country they live in. Prospera Credit Union recently took part in the Co-operative Development Foundation of Canada’s annual Women’s Mentorship Program and hosted a female credit union leader from Mongolia. During the month of June, Amarjagal Bayanjargal, an accountant from Credit Union Mongol in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, was mentored by women throughout Prospera on day-to-day operations, policies and services.

 

The Women’s Mentorship Program is a global development program created by the Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA) and supported by the Cooperative Development Foundation of Canada. Amarjagal is one of many women credit union leaders from all over the world who were paired with host credit unions in across Canada. During her time at Prospera, Amara was mentored by employees in the Credit, Accounting, Marketing and Communications departments. 

 

“Having the opportunity to come to Canada has been so beneficial to me and I learned so much from my mentors,” said Amara. “Taking part in this program has shown me that while there are many differences between our credit unions, the co-operative principles are the same. We are all very involved in making our communities better and invested in the success of our members and this is the same whether you are in Mongolia or in Canada.”

  

The program, now in its sixteenth year, provides a unique professional development opportunity to female credit union managers of overseas financial co-operatives – many of whom are in developing countries. It also provides a mutual learning opportunity for the women who play host, including Jayne Taylor, who is the Vice President Governance and Corporate Affairs at Prospera. 

The Women’s Mentorship Program is a global development program created by the Canadian Co-operative Association (CCA) and supported by the Cooperative Development Foundation of Canada. Amarjagal is one of many women credit union leaders from all over the world who were paired with host credit unions in across Canada. During her time at Prospera, Amara was mentored by employees in the Credit, Accounting, Marketing and Communications departments. 

 

“Having the opportunity to come to Canada has been so beneficial to me and I learned so much from my mentors,” said Amara. “Taking part in this program has shown me that while there are many differences between our credit unions, the co-operative principles are the same. We are all very involved in making our communities better and invested in the success of our members and this is the same whether you are in Mongolia or in Canada.”

  

The program, now in its sixteenth year, provides a unique professional development opportunity to female credit union managers of overseas financial co-operatives – many of whom are in developing countries. It also provides a mutual learning opportunity for the women who play host, including Jayne Taylor, who is the Vice President Governance and Corporate Affairs at Prospera. 

 

 

For more about Prospera Opportunities, visit prosper.ca

 

 

 

 


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