Kyla Baxter, President
It has been said that "many things may change us, but we start and end with family," and that is how Kyla’s career at Baxter Structures began. After earning her B.A. (Law) from Carleton University and gaining experience in a boutique litigation firm, Kyla joined the firm founded by her late father, Bob Baxter, in the mid 1990’s.
Kyla’s over 17 years in the structured settlement industry includes work with many of the top casualty insurers, national law firms, and a diverse range of claimants. As a member of the National Structured Settlement Trade Association (NSSTA) together with her experience, knowledge, and proven track record, Kyla is frequently asked to speak at structured settlement seminars across the country. She earned her Certified Structured Settlement Consultant (CSSC) designation from Notre Dame University and is doing her Master's Certificate in Structured Settlements (MSSC) in the fall.
Kyla is dedicated to her family, so it makes sense that she would lead the family firm and continue the strong tradition of outstanding client service established by her father. Kyla’s capacity for compassion, support, and understanding for her clients is the foundation of Baxter Structures.
Meghan Ennis, Structured Settlement Consultant
Meghan earned her B.A. at McMaster University, and joined Baxter Structures in 2010. Meghan’s background in insurance administration at Royal Sun Alliance has informed her work here at Baxter Structures, preparing her for the care and attention to detail required in her role. Meghan’s certification by the Financial Services Commission of Ontario as a Life Insurance agent provides Meghan with a unique perspective and approach to forming settlements. In the fall of 2012, Meghan completed her Certified Structured Settlement Consultant (CSSC) designation from University of Notre Dame.
Meghan is active in her community volunteering her time to coach little league boys’ baseball and act as a teacher’s aid for children with autism spectrum disorder. Meghan divides her time between Toronto and Eastern Ontario.