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Katie Arsenault

Katie Arsenault

Prince Edward Island


Katie is a partner at Island Capital Partners (ICP), an impact fund focused on growing the tech ecosystem in Prince Edward Island and the Atlantic region. As an operationally-focused fund, ICP heavily leans into pre-seed and seed companies to help accelerate their path to Series A.

Katie sits on a number of boards and uses her varied experience to challenge teams on their strategy, metrics, financials and team structure to set up the company for the next stage of growth.

Previously, Katie was in a leadership role at a hardware startup where she enjoyed the challenge of growing teams and systems. Before working in a startup, Katie spent over four years in the hedge funds industry at a global bank and five years in public practice accounting.

Katie is a University of Prince Edward Island graduate with her CPA, CA designation.

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