Earlyn Sharpe M.A.
Earlyn started her first business at 22. Her work in business and leadership led to the launch of 5 successful companies that earned multiple six figures in less than 12 months.
Earlyn has been an educator and entrepreneur since 1998. Her career in education has spanned most grade levels and roles in public education, such as administrator, teacher, counsellor, curriculum designer, director of pedagogy, and associate director of education.
Alumni of Concordia and McGill University, Earlyn achieved her Bachelor of Education from McGill University and a Certificate in Management From Concordia University. She returned to McGill, obtaining her Masters’s in Educational Leadership.
In her role as the Associate Director of Education for the Kahnawake Education Center, Earlyn led the post-secondary team to create and implement the first Bachelor of Education for Inuit and First Nations on Reserve. This program, which the Quebec government recognizes, allows first nation people to teach on and off Reserve. Several news and media outlets, such as CBC television, McGill Tribune newspaper and K103FM radio station, highlighted the launch of this incredible initiative on their network.
Earlyn embodies the word “Femtrepreneur” because of her love for innovation that transforms women’s lives and businesses. She is also a certified and experienced Relationship Strategist and Business Coach that works with women and empowers them by providing the right tools, resources and services to lead the way in life and business.
Earlyn is very passionate about helping others and advocates for women’s rights through her work in philanthropy and education.
“Trust yourself as the expert of your own life journey.” Earlyn Sharpe