In this special episode hosted by Ivey’s Dean Sharon Hodgson, Alan Shepard discusses how the university community rallied through the pandemic and pivoted to a blend of online and in-person learning.
Melanie Thomas, HBA '11, Senior Director, Emerging Opportunities, Community Foundations of Canada talks about the rapid response required to meet the needs of those hit hardest by COVID-19.
Payne shares her quest to disrupt the skills development industry and build the educational institution of the future as her team continues to grow the Juno College of Technology.
Just after the World Series wrapped up we spoke with Corinne Peters, MSc ’19, data analyst for the Tampa Bay Rays baseball team. In a lively conversation, she talks about her role in creating fan engagement, understanding your customer and small market innovation.
Trudy Fahie, HBA ’81, President & CEO of Duo Bank, talks about the need to be nimble during the pandemic, giving back and the importance of personal authenticity.
Through this inspiring conversation, Fenton Jagdeo, HBA ’16, talks about changing stigmas, giving back to his community and not being afraid to disrupt the status quo.
Richard Dufresne, MBA ’92, President and CFO George Weston Limited, talks about over-communication, why people are a company’s most important asset and the stress of managing during a pandemic.
Salim Teja, HBA ’96, of Radical Ventures explains why world-class tech talent is fueling a network of up-and-coming innovative firms in Canada.
Catherine Chandler-Crichlow is on the leading edge of the latest trends and skills necessary to equip yourself for the jobs of the future.
Ian Rosen, HBA '11 discusses team culture and engagement, making the "big bet" on digital, and his journey towards joining an iconic family business.