M. “Yeti” Agnew, JD is nationally-recognized Educator, Author, Speaker and Estate Planning Lawyer. Yeti has been Featured Guest on radio and TV including CBC Canada and Toronto AM. Yeti is the Author of Legaleasy: a step-by-step legal guide for Canadian art galleries and museums and the Coauthor of The Art World: Law Business and Practice in Canada, among other publications. As the Creator of the Legal Sherpa® Process, she and her team have led hundreds of professional woman, business owners and art collectors safely through the estate planning legal minefield in order to more fully preserve, protect and pass on their hard earned wealth.
As an Educator and Speaker, Yeti speaks at many organizations, including the University of Waterloo, the Banff Centre, the Canadian Museums Association, the Ontario Association of Art Galleries, among others. She has been featured in a number of publications, including Law Times, The Globe and Mail and Toronto Life.
Yeti shares her “Sherpa” leadership skills with many organizations, including the University of Waterloo where she served as a Governor and the Royal Ontario Museum where she was a Trustee. Yeti has been honoured as a Trailblazer by the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto and an Honorary Trustee of the Royal Ontario Museum. She was also named one of fifty Distinguished Alumni of the University of Waterloo when it celebrated its 50th anniversary.
She is a Founder and Director of the Musagetes Foundation.
When she’s not leading clients through the “Himalayas of Law,” she and her husband, an artist, love to collect art, ski, travel and spend time with their children and grandchildren.