Small class sizes, close relationships with faculty, and making friends for life from a wide range of academic backgrounds are a few of the highlights of the Master of Resource and Environmental Management program for Ben John, whose internship at a biosphere reserve in Ontario evolved into a job as a climate change and energy specialist.
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.
Emma Brooks (BComm’07) leads marketing for Wattpad in Toronto, a multi-platform entertainment company that allows users to read and write long-form fiction content. She credits Dalhousie’s co-op program for getting her off to a strong start.
Since my first job as a summer student working in recreation, I have been dedicated to public service. My career has provided the opportunity to work in a variety of leadership roles in areas such as asset management, transportation and public works, public transit, corporate services and IT.
Nathalie Richard (BComm’97) set rally car racing records. But don’t tell her she’s the best woman in the sport: no man has done what she’s done either.
Christina Bouchard (MPA’19) is a transportation planner and project manager for infrastructure engineering projects working in downtown Toronto. The CEGE Connection Blog reached out for her insights on building sustainable transportation infrastructure.