Featured: Empowering Women in Agriculture with TD Agriculture Services, Amie Evans

Featured Episode - Empowering Women in Agriculture

with TD Agriculture Services, Amie Evans

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Amie Evans is a District Manager with TD Agriculture Services in the Manitoba and Saskatchewan regions and leads a team of Relationship and Account Managers who provide banking solutions, services, and support to primary producers, agriculture businesses, and other operations and businesses within the agricultural industry. 

Amie Evans was raised on a grain and cattle farm near Yorkton.  After completing the Business program at SIAST, she began her banking career in 2003 working in a variety of retail branch positions before transitioning to the Business Bank at TD 15 years . Amie’s highlight of her job is meeting with different operations and learning  and working with all sectors of the industry.  Amie is passionate about giving back and making a difference in her community.  She volunteers for several organizations and is also a proud member of TD’s Prairie Business Banking Women in Leadership committee.  Amie also served three terms on the Yorkton Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, including a term as President.  Amie is a seven time winner of TD’s annual performance awards and is a past recipient of TD’s most highest honor, the Vision in Action Award, which is awarded to the top employees around the world who exhibit all of TD’s Guiding Principles.  Amie lives in Saskatoon with her daughter and enjoys playing sports, travelling, and spending time at the farm in her spare time.

THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY:

Farming is more than a business. It’s a way of life. TD agriculture specialists understand the factors that affect farming in Canada and are committed to building a long term relationship with you. TD can provide you with banking solutions to help you expand your operation, improve your cash flow, and and finance equipment, quota, or livestock.

TD Business Banking for Agriculture offers an integrated suite of banking solutions, services, and support across Canada to a range of businesses of all sizes working throughout the agricultural industry, including primary producers, agribusinesses, grain elevators, and veterinarians. No matter what stage your business is in, contact TD about financial options for everything from acquiring a farm, improving buildings, making equipment or quota purchases, and more.

 To connect with the TD agriculture services team in your area, visit the TD agriculture services page!

 

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TD Agriculture Services

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Welcome to Wild Rose Farmer! My name is Katelyn Duban and I am a first generation female farmer in Southern Alberta, Canada. I married into agriculture back in 2016 to my multigenerational farmer husband, affectionately known as Mr. Wild Rose Farmer. We live and grow on our families certified organic grain and oilseed operation. In the Spring and Summer seasons, I raise a small herd of meat goats and have previously raised bottle calves as well.

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