24 Jul Haaaave you met Meagan? The OYP Community Activator

Haaaave you met Meagan?


If not, have you been living under a rock? Just kidding, the OYP in partnership with the Ok+Lab and Digital Okanagan are more than excited to officially announce Meagan Noel as the second community activator.

photo1What the heck is an activator? Meagan’s role is to put a little extra awesome sauce on the Okanagan, meet new people, build our community, support and drive initiatives and facilitate connections for young professionals, entrepreneurs and families.


Who is this Meagan you speak of? Meagan quickly embraced the mountain culture when she moved to British Columbia five years ago from Ontario. Living in many of the quieter BC mountain towns, Meagan turned her focus to skiing, mountain biking and hiking. However, she came to realize she was missing a balanced lifestyle.


In her journey of self-discovery, Meagan was lead to the beautiful Okanagan to reside in Kelowna. She began a career to help others achieve financial security so that they too can balance living in the moment and protecting their future. Meagan focuses on strategies and personal financial plans for individuals and families so that they can spend their time on what is important in life – family and community. Giving back and participating in the community is an investment we can all make to make the Okanagan a beautiful place for our families to live and flourish.


I like it, I want to know do and more: Connect with Meagan directly to see how you can find people to do awesome things with and start impacting the Okanagan. Meagan spends her spare time actively involved with OYP Collective and GenNext. You can spot Meagan enjoying the Okanagan lifestyle on the mountain biking trail, skiing at Big White or at our next event.


Email: oypactivator@gmail.com


Linked in: ca.linkedin.com/pub/meagan-noel/84/854/393



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Thanks as always to Reuter Real Estate.com, Doak Shirreff, Grant Thornton, HSBC and the COEDC for their continued support of the OYP.



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