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Alumni

 



These alumni are graduates of our undergraduate program in Community, Public Affairs and Policy Studies. To add your name to this growing list, please contact Perry Calce at (514) 848-2424, ext. 2579, or e-mail him at perry.calce@concordia.ca

Some of our graduates include:

2009

Alexandra Rivard-Fradette, is completing an M.A in project Management at Univesité du Québec à Montréal

2008

Ryan Schwartz, is studying law at McGill

2007

Diana Leopardi, is studying law at Université de Montréal

2006

Phoebe Baumgarten, is working in the Legal, Economic and Social Affairs Section of the Permanent Mission of Canada to the United Nations

2005

Desmond Bliek, Urban planner in Vancouver

2004

Alexa Conradi, is President of QuebecWomen’s Federation

Alexis   Deschenes, is a journalist with TVA in Montreal

Elsa Beaulieu, PhD candidate, Institute for Feminist Studies and Research, UQAM

Michel Eric Corneau, Nunatta Dean at Nunavut Arctic College, President of the Association des Francophones du Nunavut

2003

Ilona Dougherty, is Executive Director of Apathy is Boring

2002

Eric Hébert-Daly, is National Executive Director, The Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society (CPAWS)

2001

Catherine Paradis, is working for CBC Radio in Toronto

2000

Danny Jetté, is Research Officer with Indian and Northern Affairs

1999

Elizabeth Ballasteros, is Director of Community Economic Development for the YMCA

1998

Daphne Weatherby, is Senior Account Coordinator with Edelman Canada

Helene Buzzetti, is a Journalist at Le Devoir

1996

Andrew McIntosh, is a senior writer at The Sacramento Bee in Northern California.

Annie Prigge, is Public Affairs Officer Asia Pacific Regional Planning and Coordination Unit (PNSP)

1995

Timothy Gardiner, is Director, Policy and Programs Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency in Ottawa

1994

Rosalind Raddatz, is Director of Communications for the Canadian Mental Health Association in Vancouver, B.C.

1993

Mario Dumont, is host of Dumont 360 and former leader of L’Action Democratique du Québec

Désirée McGraw, is Executive Director, Jeanne Sauvé Foundation

1992

Rosa Diaz, is working as a social worker

1990

Joseph Mastrogiuseppe, is a lawyer with Byers Casgrain in Montreal

Theodora Samiotis, is a City Counselor in Westmount

1989

Michel Desroches, is now working as an urban planner for the City of Vancouver

Robert Valdmanis, is Director, Communications and External Relations at Rio-Tinto Alcan

Bill Varvaris, is Executive Director of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Tokyo Japan

1988

Anne Cyr, is Manager Communications for TV-5 in Montreal

John Moore, is host, The John Moore Show, Newstalk 1010, CFRB Toronto

1987

Maria Calderone, is City Councillor for the Rivière-des-Prairies district.

Pamela Nalewajek, Marketing Manager, Business Development at Saputo

1986

Ron Charles, is a Reporter for CBC television in Toronto

Christopher Mostovac, is now a tax litigator with the law firm of Starnino Mostovac

Randy Orr, is Development Officer for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

1985

Clement Srour, is a Trade Commissioner in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade

Genevieve Morin, Chief Financial Officer, Fondaction CSN

Frank Bradley, is Vice President at the Canadian Electrical Association

Michael Di Grappa, Vice-Principal, Administration and Finance at McGill University

1984

Dr. Herminio Teixeira, teaches Political Science at Nipissing University

1983

Michel Girard, is Director of the International Affairs Division of the Climate Change Bureau of Environment Canada

Glen Murray, is the Chief Executive Officer and president of the Canadian Urban Institute

1982

Dr. Dorothy W. Williams, Historian, Author, Program Director, Black Community Resource Centre

Jean-Charles Robillard-Consultant in Communications

Rosa Venuta, Senior Advisor for Citizen and Patient Engagement at the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)


 
 
 

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