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EnPoint's Founder & CEO

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A Purpose-Driven Leader

Chantal Brine is a thought leader on living with purpose.  She follows a simple yet powerful mantra while pursuing what makes her happy: “Life is too short to do something that you are not passionate about.” 

Chantal’s interest in the psychology behind human interaction is what brought her to Saint Mary’s University from Bermuda, where she focused on Psychology and Human Resources. Following graduation, she made Nova Scotia her home and began supporting leaders- including female business owners- in the private and public sector as a Consultant. This work led to her role with North American technology company, Unique Solutions Design Ltd., where she led the development and execution of their human capital strategy.  


In 2018, Chantal Brine founded her own start-up En Point, with a goal of helping 1,000,000 individuals through the power of mentorship. En Point helps organizations create and maintain high-impact mentorship programs with consultations and through their online mentorship platform. 




Builder of People and Businesses

Chantal is a builder- of people and businesses.  In particular, she is passionate about building and working with young professionals and women. She thrives on helping business leaders and entrepreneurs grow their business.  At the heart of her work is the belief that when people can connect their purpose and passion to making a living, they are more productive, motivated community members and leaders.  


This philosophy is intertwined in any speaking engagement that Chantal undertakes.  She frequently speaks on a number of topics, including:


She has spoken at many engagements with TedX, the PIE Live, Canadian Bureau of International Education, Women in Communications & Technology, Volta, The Senior Women Academic Administrators of Canada , Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers, Colleges and Institutes Canada, Volta, Junior Achievement, Techsploration, and various universities and colleges across Atlantic Canada.

Helping people create authentic careers, being their best selves is a constant part of Chantal’s life.  Full of energy and as authentic as they come, this role model puts her passion to work in inspiring others to discover their passion and connect that to living a full and authentic life. Get in touch to book Chantal for your next speaking opportunity..

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Workshop Facilitator & Events Moderator


Alongside Chantal's speaking experience, she also frequently leads and facilitates workshops dedicated to helping attendees uncover their career paths.  Under EnPoint's Career Kickstarter model, Chantal leads participants on how they can discovering their "why" in pursuit of a career and identifying their "Ideal Career Targets". These workshops allow participants to build their pathway and identify the steps towards a purpose driven and passion fueled career.


Chantal's experience also extends to moderating & hosting panels discussions and other speaking events. Currently she is the lead moderator for Magnet's Building Future Ready Communities: The Virtual Tour . Where she facilitates the  discussion with leaders around Canada on their personal experiences and advice on what it takes to build future-ready talent and communities now.


Interested in having Chantal lead a workshop or host your event about the future of careers?  

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Active Community Member & Award Winner

Chantal is also an active member in her local community, volunteering with a number of organizations:​

  • Board Member of Halifax Partnership's Emerging Leaders & Innovators Advisory Board, a council of young leaders in the community who provide new and diverse perspectives to support growth and development in Halifax

  • Board Member and Governance and HR Committee Member with Unity Charity, a national charity (and presence in Halifax) that uses hip hop art forms to help youth build resilience

  • Co-chair, Mentorship Committee for Women in Communications and Technology, Atlantic Chapter & Executive Committee Member

  • Member since 2016, Grow and Nurture the Skilled Workforce Taskforce, Halifax Chamber of Commerce 

  • Mentor with the Newcomer Entrepreneurship Hub

  • Returning judge with Ryzhe Ventures out of Innovation Guelph,

  • Active member of a number of women in tech, startup, and ‘future of work’ peer groups.

  • She also has worked with select female focused organizations, including SheEO (Atlantic), Volta Women Taking over the World, and QueenPins.


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Chantal was selected as one of 12 (out of 150) to participate in Women of Influence’s What’s Next program, created in partnership with Cisco and the Business Development Bank of Canada to support promising female entrepreneurs in navigating COVID-19.  

Business for EnPoint's commitment to hiring and developing students.


In 2017, Chantal was awarded as an Agent of Change for her work  in supporting young professionals in Nova Scotia. 



Chantal has also been nominated for a variety of awards recognizing contributions to Nova Scotia, Atlantic Canada, the tech sector, and/or female leadership, such as:

  • EY Entrepreneur Of The Year ® 2023 finalist - 1 of 18 finalists in the Atlantic region

  • 2023 WXN Canada’s Most Powerful Women: Top 100 award - Compass Rose Entrepreneurs

  • 2022 Women in Communications & Technology, Leadership Excellence Award - Mentor

  • 2021 Digital Diversity Awards - Shaping the Future

  • The Most Inspiring Immigrants In The Maritimes 2021

  • RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards in 2020 and 2021 2nd round, and shortlisted in 2022 and 2023

  • Volta’s Ecosystem Awards 2020

  • Halifax Chamber of Commerce Business Person of the Year 2020

  • Startup Canada’s Innovators and Entrepreneurs 2020

  • Progress Women of Excellence 2019 and 2020

  • She was also shortlisted for The Governor General's Canadian Leadership Conference 2020.

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Looking to book Chantal for a speaking engagements, media opportunities or for your podcast and more? 

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