Bromwich + Smith has a knowledgeable team of experts who can speak about a variety of financial topics impacting Canadian families today. Our team can offer insight on matters ranging from budgeting to bankruptcy, consumer proposals to credit counseling. Our experts have experience speaking with journalists from all mediums including live television.
Vice-President Sales + Marketing
Jasmine has 15 years of strategic marketing, consumer product and experiential marketing experience. With an MBA and degree in Marketing, her career has led her to work with brands such as L’Oreal Canada, Garnier, Corby Distilleries, ENMAX, Travel Alberta and most recently, into the insolvency realm with Bromwich+Smith. She is passionate about normalizing the conversion of debt in the community and helping Bromwich+Smith clients rebuild their worth and thrive. Jasmine loves sharing help content with her audience through storytelling and has been featured on CTV News, Toronto Star and Global TV.
Director, Client Financial Wellness
Laurie Campbell, Director of Client Financial Wellness at Bromwich+Smith is recognized as a national expert on personal finance and as an advocate for consumer protection. Industry, government, and the news media often seek her expertise. Laurie has been active as a leader over the years in many financial literacy initiatives. Among them is Credit Education Week Canada which also served as inspiration for Canada’s annual Financial Literacy Month, now recognized by the Government of Canada. Laurie was on the Federal Taskforce on Financial Literacy and further joined the Federal Steering committee on Financial Literacy.
Community Engagement Partner
Elena has been in the finance industry for over 25 years and has her bachelor’s degree from York University and her BIA certificate from Ryerson University. Elena is passionate about financial literacy and has been active in many community boards and has participated in many financial literacy undertakings. Elena has been featured in the media and is a public speaker. Elena is the Ontario Community Engagement Partner at Bromwich+Smith Licensed Insolvency.
Community Engagement Partner
Taz has been in the finance industry for 18 years and has her Adult Educator Certificate. Taz is passionate about simplifying complex financial concepts for Canadians and about getting tough conversations started in order to find the right solutions to move on and up. Taz is the Community Engagement Partner at Bromwich+Smith Licensed Insolvency Trustees and has been featured on Global TV, AM770 and on the Erin Skye Kelly Achievement Club webinars.
Sarah has been a marketing and communications specialist in Calgary for over 15 years . Sarah is a mom of two, and truly enjoys helping other families gather tips and tricks to parenting on a budget. She wants to normalize talking about debt, and empower others to take back control of their finance story. Sarah has been featured in media across Canada in her work for Petland Canada, the CORE shopping centre and now with Bromwich+Smith.
Licensed Insolvency Trustee
Michelle has been in the insolvency industry since 2001, as an Administrator initially, subsequently receiving her Chartered Insolvency and Restructuring Professional (CIRP) designation in 2013 and becoming a Licensed Insolvency Trustee (LIT) in 2015. Michelle consults with individuals regarding their personal and/or business financial situations, providing information as to options available in that regard. Michelle is passionate about assisting individuals and the destigmatization of discussions about debt. She believes in the insolvency system in Canada that allows individuals to obtain a fresh start when there are no other solutions. Michelle enjoys presenting on financial literacy topics including budgeting and legislated options, as well as speaking with the media on these issues.
SEP 15, 2022 - Bromwich+Smith and Neo Financial join forces to break down barriers during debt relief journey
NOV. 30, 2021 - Avoiding the 12 financial blunders of Christmas
NOV. 20, 2021 - 2022 Top Choice Award Nominee
OCT. 5, 2021 - Pandemic sets back Canada’s socioeconomic progress but lowers stigma around debt: Survey
July. 21, 2021 - Restaurants, cottaging, partying and shopping lead the way for cooped up Canadians: Survey
DEC. 15, 2020 - Vacations, family reunions and visiting high-risk loved ones top list of post-vaccine plans
OCT. 21, 2020 - Pandemic has set back Canada’s socioeconomic progress: Survey
SEPT. 30, 2020 - Seven-in-10 Canadians worry “things have changed forever” due to pandemic
AUG 6, 2020 - Bromwich+Smith: Bracing for a personal bankruptcy boom amid business closures