Alumni reflect on their Dal experiences and where they are now
Alumni spotlight features Dal grads with a unique or inspiring story to share. These alumni profiles include interviews arranged by the
Dalhousie Alumni Association and Dal Magazine, plus links to stories from other sources . Visit volunteer opportunities if you’re interested in being interviewed, or writing an alumni spotlight. Alumni
When families question whether to buy a real Christmas tree or an artificial one, Matthew Reeves (BSc'03) has the answer.
Keeping it real: Matthew Reeves
Alexandra Thompson (BComm'08) and Brian Macinnes (BComm'08), directors of Wardrobe Apparel, share a success story that started at Dalhousie.
Clothiers with confidence: Alexandra Thompson & Brian McInnes
Dawn Shepherd (BA’02) uses her love of aerial acrobatics to inform her work with youth at risk.
Circus act: Dawn Shepherd
Success secrets from Top BP Trading Strategist Dawn Constantin (BEng (TUNS)'96).
Top trader: Dawn Constantin
The spotlight is on Nathan and Wendy Burns, of Burns Poultry Farm, Freetown, P.E.I. Their seventh-generation family farm is anything but old-fashioned.
Burns Poultry Farm: Nathan & Wendy Burns
John Keeler (MD'84, PGM'85) is the quintessential rural doctor. His focus on mentorship, collaboration and patient advocacy make him a key figure in the Shelburne, NS community.
Jack of all trades: Dr. John Keeler
Family farmers Patrick and Lisa Murray (BSc (Agriculture)'09) discuss their work at D & E Pork Inc. in Albany, P.E.I.
Family values: Patrick & Lisa Murray
Catching up with Camilla Sutton (BA (IDS)'93), chief currency strategist at ScotiaBank, Global Banking and Markets.
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