Robin Taub is a financial literacy consultant, speaker, blogger, and bestselling author. She has held professional positions at two of Canada’s largest accounting firms, and spent five years in the complex world of derivatives marketing at Citi Canada. She is chair of the Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada’s Women’s Leadership Council, educating employers and providing information and resources to support women’s advancement in the accounting profession. Taub graduated with a bachelor of commerce degree from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto and earned her chartered accountant designation in 1989.
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