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
Through two Dal degrees and several international adventures, Kate Archibald's (BSc'10) Spanish language skills have proved a valuable companion.
A passion for Spanish: Kate Archibald
Peter O'Hearn (BSc’85) landed a job at Facebook after the social media company took over O'Hearn's startup.
Building relationships: Peter O’Hearn
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.
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