In university, Isabel Navarro studied political science then took a break to do humanitarian work. She continued her studies and, armed with a Bachelor of Administration, started her own business. It was by chance that someone told her about a position as a counsellor in financial recovery at Raymond Chabot, where she started in 2014.
“Every day is a new day.”
Isabel’s role as a counsellor in financial recovery is a means of combining her belief in mutual aid and sense of compassion with her work experience as a volunteer with children and seniors. She continues to do this every day, doing fascinating work that is rich in meaning.
“Ms. Navarro went above and beyond for me. Her professionalism was outstanding. She took the time to listen and offered her expertise every step of the way.”