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Carter Wilson is building a career around what he’s most passionate about at MNP

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Celebrating diversity at MNP – meet Carter Wilson: a member of the Peguis First Nation, a Big Brother for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Winnipeg, a Treasurer for Ka Ni Kanichihk Inc., a former track and field Assistant Coach for the Toronto 2017 North American Indigenous Games, a bronze medalist for the Canada Junior Nationals in Quebec for Javelin, and a Manager at MNP.

As a proud member of Peguis First Nation, Carter began his MNP student journey in our Winnipeg office in 2016 with a primary focus to build a career and give back to the Indigenous community. Carter successfully received his CPA designation in March 2021, and now primarily works within our Indigenous Services team — auditing work for Indigenous-owned businesses and consulting with Indigenous government organizations as a designated professional.

Carter’s portfolio of community involvement includes President of the University of Manitoba Indigenous Commerce Students, Indigenous Representative for the Commerce Students’ Association, Vice President Finance for the Association of Aboriginal Commerce Students, and Teaching Assistant at the University of Manitoba – Indigenous Business Education Partners.

By leveraging his experience and relationships, he will remain an important facilitator of change for his communities and clients at MNP.

Merging Carter’s passions and talents with his professional ambitions will continue to make his career impact invaluable. Thank you, Carter, for your contributions within and beyond MNP!

Carter has embraced MNP’s commitment to community investment and work-life integration to elevate local Indigenous organizations and causes. 

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