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 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

New research from the Telfer professor Darlene Himick suggests that public pressure is necessary if we are looking for ways to tackle the climate crisis. But while dialogue is important to put pressure on the financial system, Telfer alumnus Sean Sirois (BCom ’83, CFA, ICD.D, RIPC) believes we need concrete action now. We sat down with Sirois to discuss new research and practices, from selective divestment to responsible investing, and identified some of the major transformations needed to make our financial system more sustainable.  Read more ›

Alumna In The Lead: Wiam Ben Karroum

 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

Wiam Ben Karroum graduated from the Telfer School of Management with a double degree in Finance and Business Technology Management (MISA) in just April of 2021. She has already secured a full-time role at Deloitte on the Technology, Strategy, and Transformation team, after completing a co-op with the company during her studies.  Read more ›

Overcoming interview anxiety begins with preparation and with challenging your fears to create a positive and honest impression

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Telfer alumni Kim Ades (MBA 1993) and Nichole Grenier (BCom 1990) discuss how job candidates can overcome this type of anxiety and instead use genuine, powerful strategies to create a positive impression during a job interview.  Read more ›

Creating a Sustainable Supply Chain in the Food and Grocery Retail Sector

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Telfer alumna Chantal Butler (BCom ’94) believes there is a momentum in the food retail sector for driving sustainable actions within supply chains. She works with several clients who seek to influence the food retail industry so that it becomes more sustainable. How can the food and grocery retail sector create a greener world through their supply chains and what are the main challenges? We interviewed her to learn more about positive changes ahead. Read more ›

MSc Systems Science Graduate, Abtin Shakiba, is Ottawa’s Best Data Analyst

 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

MSc Systems Science graduate (uOttawa, 2012) and Data Analyst at Baker Tilly Ottawa LLP, Abtin Shakiba, recently received a 2021 Ottawa Award from Faces Magazine for Best Data Analyst in Ottawa. Abtin happily shared his achievement on LinkedIn and was congratulated by his proud employer.  Read more ›

Rising Star: Joy Xu

 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

Curious, motivated, and creative, Joy Xu is a brilliant student in Telfer’s B.Com. program specializing in accounting. Passionate about mental health in the workplace, Joy is inspired by leaders and organizations that promote and prioritize the culture of employee well-being.   Read more ›

Barbara Crook and Dan Greenberg Share Their Advice On How To Repair The World

 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

The Dean’s Philos Award recognized individuals who have demonstrated outstanding philanthropic achievement and social commitment. This award was established in 2004 on the Telfer School of Management’s 35th Anniversary.  Read more ›

Pouya Safi Details How Your Opportunity Awaits You in A Better Canada

 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

Pouya Safi (MBA 2013), Associate Director - uOttawa Professional Development Institute, 2020 Young Achiever's Award Recipient.  Read more ›

Lloyd Koch (MHA 1973), Reflects on Sharing more to Achieve A Better Canada

 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

Lloyd Koch (MHA 1973), Former CEO, Pembroke Regional Hospital, 2020 Trudeau Award Medal Recipient.  Read more ›

Caroline Xavier (BAdm 1990), Shares Her Thoughts on What A Better Canada Should Include....

 |  Category: Alumni in the Lead

Caroline Xavier (BAdm 1990), Associate Deputy Minister Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada, 2020 Trudeau Award Medal Recipient.  Read more ›

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