Faten Alshazly recognized nationally and internationally November has been quite the month for Halifax-based entrepreneur, mentor and CCO of WeUsThem, Faten Alshazly. Faten has been named, for a second time, Canada’s Top 100 Most Powerful Women, this year as a Trendsetter and a Trailblazer. In addition, just a week ago, Faten was also named the […]
Tory S. Thorkelson’s updates and achievements Tory S. Thorkelson, (BA’90) recently completed a Doctorate of Language Studies (Charter University) and is a regular contributor to EFL Magazine. As of September 1st, 1998 he has been teaching for 20 years at Hanyang University’s Seoul Campus. He is an Associate Professor in the English Language and Literature […]
New Role for Digital Veteran Todd Yeadon (BSc’93) has joined SimplyCast as the Vice-President of Design, Standardization and Marketing. SimplyCast is a cloud-based marketing automation solution for small, midsize and large organizations, with thousands of customers in over 175 countries. Todd continues to live in Hubbards with his wife, Marina Cavanaugh, BEDS’92, MEDS’96. Both of […]
Clifford J. Shaw, QC LLM (LLB’81) is a 36 year Calgary lawyer doing banking, commercial litigation, and insolvency law at Burstall LLP.
How Dalhousie Gave Me Wings- Alicia A. MacDonald Alicia A. MacDonald (BA’ 03) Every journey begins with that first step. Graduating from Dalhousie in 2003, as a mother and mature student, with an advanced major in both psychology and political science, gave Alicia A. MacDonald an incredible education, and the foundation to further her studies. […]
Writing Politics: Emily Harris Emily Harris (BA’08) recently published an article featured in Municipal World. The article titled “How far is the provincial hand in the local pocket?” is the first thing she has written since leaving the City of Toronto.
Ian Robertson: Board Chair of Canada’s Responsible Investment Association Ian Robertson, MBA’92, is a portfolio manager in Vancouver focusing on responsible investment, which integrates environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors into the selection of securities and into the voting of proxies. He was recently elected board chair of Canada’s Responsible Investment Association, and is pursuing […]
Tim returned from Kamloops, BC, to NB in 2010 after 26 years in the educational system there and settled in Fredericton and into a role with the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development’s (EECD) “Office of Educator Excellence”.
David Verbeek (BCD ’12) majored in Urban Design Studies and minored in Environmental Studies and went on to pursue an architectural education at the University of Toronto. David has recently been awarded the Prix de Rome in Architecture for Emerging Practitioners by the Canada Council for the Arts.