An Introduction to Trudy Johnson and Her Volunteer Associations

Winnipeg, Sep 16, 2019 ( – Trudy Johnson has been a real estate agent for more than 43 years. She is a hard-working professional who has taken a few courses dealing with relocation and client management to work on her skill-set.

As far as her experiences as a volunteer are concerned, Trudy Johnson volunteered for the Manitoba Teachers’ Society for more than 5 years. She assisted the co-ordination of factors that influenced policy. She was also given paid leave to develop a special math program at the elementary level. She was also involved in Activities and Societies like Glee Club, Year Book Committee, Events Coordinator, Exercise Program, Basketball, and Policy Committee for Dormitory and more.

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To this day, Trudy Johnson contributes to domestic violence shelters, humane societies, sports groups, and other community endeavors. Before she stepped into real estate sales, she used to teach at public schools.

She usually spends her time away from work cycling, cooking, gardening, swimming, hosting and attending dinner parties, and doing photography.

About Trudy Johnson

Trudy Johnson is a licensed realtor in Winnipeg who grew up on a farm in western Manitoba. She has received higher education from the University of Winnipeg, McAuley Collegiate, and Brandon University. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Teacher Training and History/Political Science.

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As far as her personal life is concerned, her younger brother runs a huge business in Whitehorse while her elder brother used to own a trucking company where he transported cars to dealerships across Canada. Her grandparents were hardworking and courageous immigrants from the UK. She was raised on a farm in western Manitoba and learned a lot of business skills at a very young age.

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