Cam’s way

Posted on February 11, 2021 | By Alec Bruce | 0 Comments

COVID-19 hasn’t stopped this dynamic financier from helping women business owners get an even break. If anything, it’s made her more determined.

From her vantage at her home in Fall River, N.S., near Halifax, where streams still tumble over rocks and early-risers still walk their dogs along pebbled paths, the world appears as reliable as a blanket of Maritime mist. But it isn’t. Appearances, she knows, are almost always deceiving.

Carole-Ann Moran-Miller (“Cam” for short) knows this because, after decades owning and running her own financial services company, almost nothing is predictable about business, especially if you’re a woman and especially now. “It is very difficult for women to secure funding,” says Camsa Inc.’s CEO, who was inducted into Atlantic Business Magazine’s Top 50 CEO Hall of Fame in 2012. “That is just a reality, and that has not changed. But what has changed is COVID.”

As disruptors go, this one’s a doozy.

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