Brady Plunkett

CIM®, Associate Portfolio Manager

Since 2016, Brady Plunkett has been key to Team Graham’s financial planning, marketing and business development, and assisting with client care – in short, a bit of everything on any given day. Brady is an IIROC-licensed investment advisor.
Since 2016, Brady Plunkett has been key to Team Graham’s financial planning, marketing and business development, and assisting with client care – in short, a bit of everything on any given day. Brady is an IIROC-licensed investment advisor.
Personal Wealth

Standing Out Podcast: Meghan Dagenais: Restoring Confidence | BYA Special

“If we’re doing a great job, you should never know we’re there.” That’s how Meghan Dagenais describes her fascinating career as co-founder and president of Restoration Co. Providing specialized subcontracting services to home improvement contractors across Canada, Meghan and her team do their important work behind the scenes. But that didn’t stop the Women’s Business Network of Ottawa from noticing Meghan’s energy, determination, and team-building skills, and naming her a finalist in its 2020 Business Woman of the Year Emerging Entrepreneurs category.

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Standing Out Podcast: Sabrina Fitzgerald: Compartmentalizing Success | BYA Special

As a finalist in the 2019 BYA’s in the Professional Services category, Sabrina Fitzgerald describes a scenic view to becoming the Managing Partner of the National Capital Region of PwC. Stemming from early mentorship from her father, Sabrina opens up to how she consistently discovers ways to be creative inside PwC, including adventure & internal teaching opportunities in Canada.

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Standing Out Podcast: Roxanne Whiting: Subject to Interpretation | BYA Special

Born to deaf parents, Roxanne Whiting knows the challenges deaf people face as they struggle to hear and be heard. She’s also familiar with the inexperience most people have at interpreting sign language. As co-owner and director of video interpreting for SIGN LANGUAGE INTERPRETING ASSOCIATES OTTAWA (SLIAO), Roxanne is harnessing the latest technologies to bridge these critical communication gaps.

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Standing Out Podcast: Heather Desjardins: Opening Doors | BYA Special

Having founded Open Door Educational Services in 2013, Heather Desjardins felt as if she was just getting started in a field filled with possibilities. So, she was especially honored to be named a finalist in the Established Entrepreneurs category for the 2020 Women’s Business Network of Ottawa Business Woman of the Year awards. After leading a small academy’s special education program, Heather combined her spark for business strategy with her desire to help a broader range of special ed. students.

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Standing Out Podcast: Jennifer Reynolds: Make a Fresh Start | BYA Special

As a finalist in the 2020 Women’s Business Network of Ottawa Business Woman of the Year Emerging Entrepreneurs category, Jennifer Reynolds shows how a bit of fresh thinking can invigorate even a relatively staid profession, like divorce attorney. Founder of Fresh Legal, Jennifer was determined to provide a fresh-start approach for individuals seeking mediation or legal services during separation or divorce.

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Standing Out Podcast: Tonya Bruin: Building the Foundation for Customer Service | BYA Special

“Is a little customer service too much to ask for?” Who hasn’t wondered this after hiring a so-so contractor to renovate their home or business? While most of us vent our frustration and move on, Tonya Bruin decided to do something about it. In 2015, she founded “To-Do Done,” a residential and commercial renovation service, and champion of customer care.

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Standing Out Podcast: Christina Hlusko: Getting Curious | BYA Special

How did Christina Hlusko start out studying marine biology, but become president and CEO of CAA of North & East Ontario? A lifelong learner, active listener, and passionate traveler, she describes her career as an outcome of her genuine curiosity. “Happiness is being able to get up each and every morning and say, ‘I made a difference yesterday and I can make a difference today,’” says Hlusko. She’s also thrilled to see her adult daughter Julia flourish and become “her own amazing person” (with whom Hlusko loves to travel). Named Business Woman of the Year at the 2019 Women’s Business Network of Ottawa award ceremony, Hlukso’s enthusiasm is contagious. You’ll discover this yourself by tuning into today’s Standing Out podcast.