PT 1: Jace Meyer is a mother of one and award-winning serial entrepreneur who launched COYA Productions to prioritize experiencing joy with her daughter every day. She is currently living on the territory of the Lekwungen speaking peoples and serves on several boards as a director.
This is the first of three mini episodes of our conversation. In this interview, we talk about transitioning from a leadership role in other companies to starting her own business.
THINGS WE TALK ABOUT:
Thanks to Jace for taking time out of her day to share her experiences redesigning her work and life with her family's needs in mind.
Season 4 has been sponsored by the Startup Community Empowerment Fund, presented by Startup Canada, Mastercard, UPS and BDC.
ABOUT JACE MEYER
Jace Meyer, a mother of one and serial entrepreneur who launched her latest company, COYA Productions to prioritize experiencing joy with her daughter every day while mobilizing knowledge for social impact creators, Indigenous entrepreneurs, and unheard youth voices. She is currently living on the territory of the Lekwungen speaking peoples and serves on the board of directors for the Victoria Native Friendship Center, the Indigenous LIFT Collective, and is an advisor for the Founders Fund and Sage Initiative. Her work has been recognized as a BMW World Responsible Leader, UVIC Distinguished Alumni and DMZ Woman of the Year Award.
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