Category: Alumni Spotlights
Ontario’s new premier, Kathleen Wynne, is known as a team-player and a consensus builder. It turns out that she began honing these skills during her years as a star sprinter on the Queen’s varsity track team.
Ann Dowsett Johnston, Artsci'75, has done extensive research on alcohol abuse, advertising, and policy.
The Kitchen Community’s mission is to connect young people with “real food” by creating Learning Gardens in schools and community organizations across America.
As the date of next year’s historic referendum on Scottish independence draws ever closer, it’s a Canadian expat – and Queen’s grad – who’s playing a key role in the “yes” camp.
Real estate might be the commodity he trades, but it’s a little bit of show biz that inks the deal for this tuneful Kingston realtor.
She’s only 30, but Elizabeth Lance, Mus’05, already has a wealth of diverse experiences under her belt.
Thousands of young people in Ontario have gained an insider’s perspective on the provincial justice system thanks to the work of Anna Solomon, Law’05.
As the Missing Women’s Commission extended its inquiry to B.C.’s remote northwestern communities, it recruited aboriginal lawyer Linda Locke, LAW’84, to be one of its ears. It turns out that she had exceptional hearing.
Few alumni can boast a connection to Queen’s as lengthy or as intimate as that of Peter Milliken, Arts’68. Or one that is as passionate.
Meagan Fitzpatrick, Artsci’02, is one of the rising stars of CBC’s national political affairs reporting, and all because she dared to ask a previous employer for her own desk
Elizabeth Carson, Artsci’80, never imagined she’d leverage an arts degree into a high-powered sprint up the corporate ladder at Microsoft Canada.
Neil Christopher, Ed’97, is working to bring back the Inuktitut language among Inuit youth.
When Donna Lowery, MBA’91, became an accountant, she never dreamed she’d end up as an event producer at Atlantis Paradise Island, a Caribbean getaway that’s one of the world’s poshest resorts.