Category: Alumni Spotlights
Captain Nicholas Kaempffer, Artsci'11, reports on his current mission in Afghanistan.
He put eight years into studying for a career in clinical psychology, but this grad came to the realization that his future was in looking to the past.
Family and friends wondered aloud about her decision to settle in Mexico, but this young grad is happy that she did so. It’s a move for which her Queen’s education prepared her well.
Robbie Mitchnick, Com'13, was top of his class for each of his four years at Queen's.
Karen Flavelle, Com'79, runs Canada’s largest chocolate retailer.
John Paul de Silva and his team of Commerce and MBA students are helping non-profits raise funds and social awareness.
Two Queen’s alumnae are making a difference in the East African nation of Tanzania by helping to educate young women to build better lives for themselves and others.
TV veteran Lori Nasso co-writes and stars in her first film, Life Inside Out.
They studied in the same class at Queen’s, graduated, and now these two young alumni are taking a “road less traveled.” They’re building businesses, careers, and a life together in Kingston.
New mom Jill Barber, Artsci’02, has emerged as a Canadian original – a chanteuse who’s equally at home singing dreamy tunes in either of Canada’s official languages.
Peter Billingsley is a senior director at Sanaria, a company that is developing a vaccine against maleria.
Peter Bearse is the Gaels Super fan, seen at every home game at Richardson Stadium.
Three weeks after completing his degree, Michael Morreale, Mus'11, was hired as an associate producer on CBC Radio 2’s national classical music show Tempo.