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Originally from Kentucky and with PEI roots, Matt Steele (BScR’19) moved to Halifax in 2014. He wanted to work in healthcare but in a field that wouldn’t leave his musical life behind. He settled on recreation therapy as his next career move and started at Dalhousie.
Dennis Beauchamp spent more than 40 years traversing the globe as part of a rich and storied film and TV career, but a decision to move to Halifax several years ago opened a door to pursue a long-time dream to go university and to finally put to rest some decades-old demons.
Danielle Hodges (BSW’17) is working to help victims and survivors of human trafficking find safe and secure housing.
International Women’s Day celebrates the achievements of women while calling for greater equality. From pushing to create laws that protect children to building a tool that enhances workplace inclusivity, we’re highlighting several female Dal grads who are effecting change through their leadership, innovation and advocacy.
Tod Augusta-Scott (MSW’00), executive director of Bridges in Truro, takes a restorative approach to working with clients to repair relationships damaged by violence.