Never one to allow a good plan to get in the way of a great opportunity, Carrie Gates (BSc (CS)’93, MSc (CS)’95, PhD (CS)’06) is a Distinguished Engineer working at CA Labs identifying research relationships that focus on enterprise-level security.
Don Doiron (BINF’10) graduated top of his class and secured a job with the informatics team of Capital Health’s Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine. He’s motivated by the positive influence of his work on the future of our health care system.
Emily Murphy (nickname: Murph!) graduated from the Faculty of Management with a Bachelor of Commerce (International Business) in 2005. Here, she reflects on her current role as administrative assistant on the development team at the Canadian Mission to the United Nations in New York City and her experiences at Dal.
Originally from the Bahamas, Teneile graduated from Dal in 2007 from the Bachelor of Commerce program. Teneile chose Dal Commerce because of its co-op component. She now applies what she learned through her co-op position in her current role as acting TV Product Manager at Cable Bahamas Ltd.
Dianne Desrosiers (nee Levesque) graduated from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences with a BA in 1999, followed by a Diploma in Health Services Administration in 2003 and a Bachelor of Social Work in 2003. She currently holds the position of Resource Development Social Worker on P.E.I. in the Department of Community and Social Services.
Gayle Murdoch graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, and in 2006 with a Masters in Business Administration. She is currently employed with CIBC Retail & Business Banking as Senior Director, Business Growth & Innovation. Here, she chats about her role as a member of the Dalhousie Alumni Association (DAA) and the relationships she built by attending Dal.
Halifax native, Sanjay Gopal currently works as a Sales Manager, Global Accounts at Sprint in New York. He continues to stay connected to Dal in his roles as co-chair of the Dalhousie Alumni New York Chapter and President of the Dalhousie Foundation.