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review - Queen`s School of Business
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
YEAR IN
REVIEW
DEAN’S MESSAGE
QSB’s Year in Review is more than just a chance to look back on the
highlights of the previous 12 months. Each year since 2007, we have
also shared details of financial support for the school, as well as
donor vignettes that highlight the power of alumni giving.
The 2013-2014 Year in Review includes another strong list of
accomplishments to reflect on. You will also see that we have
entered the final phase of our fundraising campaign. Thanks to the
generosity of QSB’s alumni and friends, the “Invest in QSB”
campaign has now reached $51 million of its goal of $65 million.
Funds raised are being directed toward four strategic priorities:
increasing student diversity in the Commerce program; establishing
more scholarships for the full-time MBA program; attracting and
retaining the best faculty; and further developing innovative teaching
methods.
I’m particularly excited about this last initiative, which will enable us
to revolutionize a traditional teaching tool: the case study. The Living
Case initiative was developed in response to a growing student
demand for technology-based learning and classroom discussions
that focus on current, real-time events, driven by easy and immediate
access to information. Living cases build on the latest market
developments, drawing on SEC filings, analyst and news reports,
social media and company information, to foster an enhanced
understanding of strategic and operational decision-making and
integration of activities across entire business systems.
The Living Case initiative is just one of the ways we are transforming
the traditional classroom into a dynamic learning environment to
provide our students with unparalleled opportunities. Your support of
the school during this critical final phase of the campaign is vital in
helping QSB meet its campaign goals and strengthen its leadership
position in the innovative delivery of business education.
David M. Saunders, PhD
Dean, Queen’s School of Business
[email protected]
The Living Case initiative is just one
of the ways we are transforming
the traditional classroom into a
dynamic learning environment
to provide our students with
unparalleled opportunities.
CONTENTS
PROGRAMS
Commerce
2
5 MBA Programs
9 Graduate Programs
14 FACULTY AND RESEARCH
CENTRES OF INNOVATION
21 Queen's Executive Education
22 The Monieson Centre for Business Research in Healthcare
22 23 23 24 24 Queen’s Centre for Business Venturing
25 ALUMNI CONNECTIONS
26 INTERNATIONAL EXCHANGE PARTNERS
28 FINANCIAL REPORT
QSB Centre for Responsible Leadership
Queen’s Business Consulting
CPA-Queen’s Centre for Governance
Queen’s Executive Decision Centre
Our Mission
CONTRIBUTORS REPORT
30 32 36 47 To develop outstanding leaders with a global
perspective, and create new knowledge that
advances business and society.
Invest in QSB Campaign
Lifetime Giving
Commerce Giving
MBA, Master of International Business and
Master of Finance, PhD & MSc Giving
50 52 54 58 71 Class Gifts
Our Vision
To be one of the world’s most innovative and
influential business schools.
Friends Giving
Corporate Giving
Thank you Alumni Volunteers
Advisory Boards
THE QSB YEAR IN REVIEW IS AVAILABLE ONLINE AT WWW.QSB.CA
The Year in Review is a special issue of QSB Magazine which is published three times a year
by Queen’s School of Business, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada K7L 3N6
© Copyright 2014, Queen’s University
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COMMERCE
2
Commerce at a Glance
Canada’s first undergraduate business
degree program established in 1919.
Attracts top students from all ten provinces
and more than 20 countries.
Four-year honours program balances a solid
core of business courses with a breadth of
arts and sciences electives, international
study experiences and leadership
development opportunities.
qsb.ca/bcom
2013/2014 Milestones
Received 5,498 applications to the Commerce
program for September 2013 entrance.
The Commerce Society raised more than $15,800
for such charities as the Canadian Cancer Society,
and bought gifts for 183 local children through its
Holiday Hope campaign. Students also contributed
their time, volunteering at many Kingston charities
throughout the school year.
Students raised more than $350,000 through
sponsorships and corporate partnerships to run
their 10 conferences and four competitions.
Two businesses operated by the Commerce Society
brought in more than $143,500 in revenues: Creo,
a non-profit consulting service that works with
local businesses, and Oil Thigh Designs, a campus
clothing outlet.
81% of the third year Commerce class participated
in an international exchange and 97% of the second
year class has applied to go on exchange in 20142015.
Queen's Case Competition Union was launched
to mentor and prepare students to compete in
national and international case competitions. This
preparation resulted in strong showings: of the
seven competitions entered, Commerce teams
placed second in three and within the top four in six.
2013/2014 By the Numbers
1,724
49
51
Commerce students across all
four years of the program
male:female ratio
14
student-run conferences
and case competitions
(see complete list at comsoc.queensu.ca)
347
Commerce students studied abroad
on international exchange
(see map of exchange partner locations on page 24)
3
JOB ACQUISITION STATISTICS —
COMMERCE
CLASS STATISTICS
OF 2013 —
JOB
ACQUISITION
COMMERCE
CLASS
2013 Class of 2013
Job Acquisition
StatisticsOF
— Commerce
N STATISTICS
—
OF 2013
Percentage of students
of students
who acquired
jobs within
SITION STATISTICSPercentage
—
who
acquired
within
6 months
of jobs
graduation
CLASS OF 2013
6 months of graduation
ntage of students
5%
97%
97%
cquired jobs within
Percentage
of students
ths
of graduation
$50,000
$5,000
Median
Top
Top
Finance
bonus
and other
compensation
* including
$68,614 - Total
average
salary,
including bonus and other
compensation
Consumer
Products
Accounting
97%
$5,000
Canada
$12,000
Bolton, ON
Bolton, ON
Brampton, ON
ry,
Brampton, ON
Calgary, AB
ompensation Calgary,
AB
Halifax, NS
Halifax, NS
Kingston, ON
Kingston, ON
Markham, ON
Markham,
Base ON
Salary
Mississauga, ON
Mississauga, ON
Average Ottawa,
$53,200
ON
Ottawa, ON
Toronto,
ON
A
ON
MedianToronto,$50,000
Vancouver,
Vancouver, BCBC
w York, NY
Top
$90,000
n
Francisco, CA
International
International
Beijing, China
Beijing, China
Hong Kong, China
Hong
SigningKong,
Bonus China
Lahore, Pakistan
Lahore, Pakistan
$6,032
$5,000
$12,000
By Location
Canada
Bolton, ON
Brampton, ON
Calgary, AB
Halifax, NS
Kingston, ON
Markham, ON
Mississauga, ON
Ottawa, ON
Toronto, ON
Vancouver, BC
4
USA
New York, NY
San Francisco, CA
International
Beijing, China
Hong Kong, China
Lahore, Pakistan
5%
6%
6%
6%
6%
11%
11%
6%
27%Employmen
by Industry
Employment
by Industry
27%
Average
Base Salary
Average
Base Salary
$44,406
Employment
20%
by
Industry
$62,859
$44,406
20%
$52,443
$62,859
$66,143
$52,443
Employment
by
Industry
$50,500
$66,143
$50,500
$42,688
$42,688
$48,073
$48,073
5%
20%
6%
6%
25%
25%
2
Employment
by Industry
11%
6 months of graduation
$42,688
USAMarketing & Advertising
New York, NY
Other
New York, NY
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, CA
* $68,614 - Total average salary,
including bonus and other compensation
rnational
ng, China
ag Kong, China
ore, Pakistan
20%
Base Salary
$62,859
$52,443
$44,406
$62,859
ConsultingFinance $66,143
Consumer
Products
$52,443
Percentage
$50,500
Technology of students
By Location
Consulting
$66,143
By Location
Marketingwho
& Advertising
acquired
jobs$42,688
within
Technology
$50,500
Other
$48,073
Canada
USA
$6,032
6%
Accounting
Finance
Accounting
Consumer
Products
Finance
11%
Consulting
Consumer Products
Average
Technology
Consulting
Base Salary Marketing
Technology
& Advertising
Marketing & Advertising
Other
$44,406
Average
Other
JOB ACQUISITION
STATISTICS —
$50,000
$5,000
$90,000
$12,000
Accounting
COMMERCE
CLASS
OF 2013
$90,000
$12,000
* $68,614 - Total average salary,
gning Bonus
5%
11%
Base Salary
Signing Bonus
who acquired
jobs within
Base Salary
Signing Bonus
Average
$53,200
$6,032
6 months
of
graduation
Average
$53,200
$6,032
Median
6%
5%
6%
$48,073
Average
Base Salary
Accounting
Finance
Consumer Products
Consulting
Technology
Marketing & Advertising
Other
$44,406
$62,859
$52,443
$66,143
$50,500
$42,688
$48,073
20%
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MBA PROGRAMS
5
MBA Programs
Queen’s School of Business offers four distinct MBA programs, each designed to meet the unique
requirements of a different segment of the population interested in furthering their careers by
obtaining this highly prized degree.
DURATION
LOCATION
PROGRAM DETAILS
FULL-TIME MBA
12 months
Kingston
Designed for those with an undergraduate
degree and at least two years of work experience.
Delivered in an intensive 12-month, team-based
learning format.
EXECUTIVE MBA
16 months,
while continuing
to work
Anywhere
in Canada
Designed for those with an undergraduate degree*
and relevant work experience. Delivered through
a combination of on-campus and interactive
videoconference boardroom and virtual team sessions
on Fridays and Saturday mornings of alternate weeks.
*Participants without an undergraduate degree but with extensive
work experience may be considered.
ACCELERATED
MBA
12 months,
while continuing
to work
Cities across Designed for those with an undergraduate degree in
Canada
business and a minimum two years of work experience.
Delivered through a combination of on-campus and
interactive videoconference boardroom sessions on
Sundays and Monday mornings of alternate weeks.
CORNELLQUEEN’S
EXECUTIVE
MBA
17 months,
while continuing
to work
Cities across
Canada, the
U.S., Central
and South
America
Designed for those with an undergraduate degree
and relevant work experience. Delivered through a
combination of on-campus sessions at Queen’s and
Cornell and interactive videoconference boardroom
sessions held three weekends per month. Graduates
receive both a Queen’s and Cornell MBA degree.
qsb.ca/MBAprograms
2013/2014 Milestones
The full-time Queen’s MBA program implemented
a new January start date for the incoming class of
2015. The winter term saw two classes overlapping
until the May graduation of the MBA Class of 2014.
Women comprise 42% of the Class of 2015 — a
record for the program and the result of a focused
recruitment strategy.
The Accelerated MBA, Executive MBA and
Cornell-Queen’s Executive MBA programs each
had a strong recruiting year. The AMBA Class of
2015 is comprised of 15 teams, seven of which are
located in the highly competitive Greater Toronto
Area, and 25% of the students in the Class are
employed by Canadian banks, a new record that may
reflect the value of alumni referrals.
6
The CQ-EMBA is undergoing an extensive program
review focusing on significant improvements to the
curriculum and overall participant experience, to be
implemented for the Class of 2017.
Queen’s Executive MBA has retained its position
as one of Canada’s largest EMBA programs, a
significant achievement in a highly competitive
market.
MBA Programs at a Glance
484
71
MBA students enrolled in 2013/2014
29
male:female ratio
Boardroom and Desktop Learning Locations*
CQ-EMBA INTERNATIONAL
LOCATIONS
EMBA, AMBA, CQ-EMBA
CANADIAN LOCATIONS
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Calgary
Edmonton
Markham
Mississauga
Montreal
Ottawa
Toronto
Vancouver
Atlanta, GA
Boston, MA
Dallas, TX
Ithaca, NY
Los Angeles, CA
New York
(Manhattan), NY
San Diego, CA
San Francisco
(Bay Area), CA
San José, CA
Seattle, WA
Washington, DC
Bogotá, Columbia
Monterrey, Mexico
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17
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31
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27
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DETAIL
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EMBA VIRTUAL TEAM
LOCATIONS
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24
25
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27
28
Calgary, AB
Espanola, ON
Halifax, NS
London, ON
Pointe-Claire, QC
Quebec, QC
Red Deer, AB
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Regina, SK
Saskatoon, SK
Steinbach, MB
Thunder Bay, ON
Winnipeg, MB
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3
25
12
*Classes commencing in 2013/2014
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JOB ACQUISITION STATISTICS —
Job
AcquisitionMBA
Statistics
— Full-time
MBA Class of 2013
FULL-TIME
CLASS
OF 2013
14%
8%
Percentage of students
94%
SITION STATISTICS who
— acquired jobs within
MBA
CLASS OF 2013
6 months of graduation
OB
ACQUISITION
STATISTICS
—
ULL-TIME MBA CLASS OF 2013
Base Salary
Signing Bonus
* $99,036 - Total average salary,
including bonus and other compensation
6 months of graduation
Finance
Consulting
Technology
Energy & Resources
Consumer Products
Other
By Location
Canada
Calgary, AB
Fort McMurray, AB
Halifax, NS
Ottawa, ON
Toronto, ON
Vancouver, BC
International
Reading, UK
8
8%
14% 27%
27%
$72,833
$86,5948%
$79,740
$88,943
$88,250
$82,500
Employment
by Industry
11%
Average
Base Salary
$72,833
$86,594
$79,740Finance
Consulting
$88,943
Technology
$88,250
Energy
& Resources
$82,500
Consumer Products
Other
11%
Average
Base Salary
Finance
Consulting
Technology
Energy & Resources
Consumer11%
Products
Other
Percentage
of students
Average
$82,465
$10,071
who acquired
jobs
within
Median
$80,000
$10,000
Percentage
of students
6 months
of graduation
Top
$160,000
$20,000 jobs within
who acquired
94%
14%
13%
Employment
by Industry
27%
Average
Base Salary
13%
$72,833
$86,594
$79,740
$88,943
$88,250
$82,500
Employment
by Industry
13%
27%
GRADUATE PROGRAMS
9
Doctoral Program in Management
Master of Science in Management
Provides students with conceptual and analytic
tools required to generate leading-edge research
in an individually tailored program that comprises
coursework, research and the preparation and
defence of a thesis on an original topic.
Typically requires four to five years of full-time study
to complete and equips graduates with the skills
and expertise to make a significant contribution to
academia.
Intensive 12-month program focusing on business
research in one of eight fields of study: accounting,
finance, management information systems,
marketing, organizational behaviour, management
science, business economics, and strategy.
Prepares students for entry into high-quality doctoral
programs or careers as research analysts or consultants.
The first annual Graduate Student Consortium in
Sept. 2013 offered PhD and MSc students the
opportunity to focus on their presentation, writing
and teaching skills.
qsb.ca/PhD
qsb.ca/MSc
Academic placement locations
MSC’13
PHD’13
Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, Cambridge, MA
York University, Toronto
Vision Critical, Toronto
INcubes, Toronto
Western University, London, ON
Queen’s School of Business
RBC, Kingston
Marine Atlantic Inc.,
North Sydney, NS
Viewpoint Group, Calgary
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5
6
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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Saint Mary’s University, Halifax
Université Laval, Quebec City
Concordia University, Montreal
Ryerson University, Toronto
Algorithmics, Toronto
Brock University, St. Catharines
University of Manitoba,
Winnipeg
Bentley University, Waltham, MA
Nanjing University, China*
City University of Hong Kong,
China*
*not shown on map
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6
2
3
1
5
71
100%
ONTARIO DETAIL
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2
3
10
5
4
of MSc and PhD graduates
seeking employment acquired
jobs or were accepted into
post-graduate programs within
six months of their graduation in 2013
Master of International Business
This 12-month, full-time program is
designed for people with international
business aspirations and an undergraduate
degree, preferably in business.
Combines an in-depth international
business curriculum and the opportunity
for cross-cultural international experience
at one of 34 international business school
partners (see complete list at qsb.ca\
mibpartners).
Opportunity to earn a second Master’s
degree by completing more credits
through additional study at seven partner
universities: Maastricht University
(Netherlands), Mannheim University
(Germany), Università Commerciale Luigi
Bocconi (Italy), Copenhagen Business
School (Denmark), ESADE (Spain), WU
Vienna (Austria), and
BI Norwegian Business School (Norway).
The MIB Class of 2014 featured an
internationally diverse group of students
from 30 countries.
JOB ACQUISITION STATISTICS —
qsb.ca/MIB
CLASS OF 2013
JOBMIB
ACQUISITION
STATISTICS —
MIB
OFStatistics
2013 — MIB Class of 2013
Job CLASS
Acquisition
15%
Percentage of students
who acquired
jobs within
of students
— Percentage
6 monthsjobs
of graduation
who acquired
within
8%
98%
98%
TION STATISTICS
2013
15%
8%
6 months of graduation
8%
15%
Average
Base Salary
ConsultingAverage $74,200
FinanceBase Salary$38,500
8%
Consumer
ConsultingProducts$74,200 $75,000
Advertising$38,500 $62,500
Finance
Consumer Products Other$75,000 $38,500
Percentage of studentsBase Salary
who acquired jobs
Averagewithin
$56,885
Base Salary
6 months of
graduation
Median
$60,000
Average
$56,885
Median
Top
Top
$60,000
8%Advertising
$90,000
$90,000
Consulting
Finance
Consumer Products
Advertising
Other
Other
8%
Employment
by Sector
$62,500
Employ
by Sec
Employment
by Sector
38%
31%
31%
$38,500
Average
Base Salary
$74,200
$38,500
$75,000
$62,500
$38,500
31%
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Master of Finance
This program is designed for finance professionals
who want to accelerate their careers.
Offered at the school’s state-of-the-art classroom
facility in downtown Toronto.
Intensive 10-month program combines residential
sessions in Kingston with classes one evening
per week and all day Saturday or Sunday on class
weekends.
Curriculum includes optional sessions to prepare
students for CFA exams, providing an inside
edge for students interested in obtaining the CFA
designation.
qsb.ca/MFin
Job Acquisition Statistics — MFin Class of 2013
Percentage of students
who acquired jobs within
Percentage of students
6 students
months
of graduation
Percentage
of
who acquired
jobs within
84%
84%
84%
who6 acquired
jobs
within
months of
graduation
6 months of graduation
7%
Base Salary
Base Salary
Average
Average
Average
Median
Median
Top
Top
Base Salary
$69,357
Median
$69,357
$67,500
$69,357
$67,500
14%
14%
Top
$100,000
$67,500
$100,000
Salary
Finance Base
$68,273
Finance
$67,500
Consulting Consulting
Finance
$68,273
$85,000
Technology $67,500
Consulting
Technology
Technology
$85,000
7%
14%
Employment
Employment
Employment
by Industryby Industry
by Industry
$100,000
Average
AverageBase Salary
12
7%
Average
Base Salary
$68,273
$67,500
$85,000
79%
79%
79%
Master of Management Analytics
This intensive 10-month program welcomed its first
class in June 2013. Offered at QSB’s downtown
Toronto facility, the MMA program is designed for
students interested in pursuing the growing field
of management analytics, in which data collection,
analysis and conversion to valuable business output
are key needs. According to a recent study by
McKinsey & Company, the demand for talent in this
specialized field will outpace supply by 50% across
North America by 2018.
Curriculum includes courses that may be applied
to the certification requirements for several
professional designations, including Certified
Analytics Professional and Certified Associate in
Project Management.
qsb.ca/mma
Graduate programs at a glance
62
38
male:female ratio
274
students enrolled
in 2013/2014
Graduate Diploma in Accounting
The Graduate Diploma in Accounting prepares recent business undergraduates to obtain
their CPA designation. The 2013 class was comprised of 81 students (67 from Queen’s with
the remainder from Dalhousie, McGill, Acadia, Athabasca and McMaster universities).
qsb.ca/GDA
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FACULTY
Teaching Excellence
Every year, graduating students vote for those professors whose excellence in the classroom made the
strongest impression on their class. This year’s Teaching Excellence Award recipients are shown below.
David McConomy, shown at
the May 2014 Commerce
convocation, received both
the Commerce Teaching
Excellence and Comm'89
Professor-Student Life awards.
Ian Schnoor was
recognized by the
Master of Finance
class.
John Moore was
recognized by
both the Executive
MBA and CornellQueen's Executive
MBA graduating
classes.
Yuri Levin was acknowledged
by the Full-time MBA and
Master of Management
Analytics graduates.
Marc Busch was lauded
by the Accelerated MBA
graduating class.
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New Faculty
Paul Calluzzo
PhD – Finance (Rutgers University, NJ)
Assistant Professor of Finance
Evan Dudley
PhD – Finance (University of
Rochester, NY)
Assistant Professor of Finance
Nicole Robitaille
Abhirup Chakrabarti
PhD – Strategy (Duke University, NC)
Assistant Professor of Strategy
Anton Ovchinnikov
PhD – Operations Management
(University of Toronto)
Associate Professor of Management
Science
PhD – Marketing
(University of Toronto)
Assistant Professor of Marketing
Ryan Riordan
PhD – Business (Karlsruhe Institute of
Technology, Germany)
Assistant Professor of Finance
Matthias Spitzmuller
PhD – Organizational Behaviour
(Michigan State University)
Assistant Professor of Organizational
Behaviour and Human Resources
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FACULTY
Chairs, Professorships and Fellowships
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Support faculty research and teaching
Alumni and corporations have shown their support through investment in faculty chairs, fellowships and
professorships. Named faculty positions provide recognition and dedicated funds to further professors’ research
and teaching. They are indispensable in retaining outstanding professors and attracting new talent in a globally
competitive field.
GOCE ANDREVSKI
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Strategy
LAURENCE ASHWORTH
Commerce’83 Fellow of Marketing
JULIAN BARLING
Borden Chair of Leadership and Queen’s Research Chair
WILLIAM BLAKE
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of International Business
KATHRYN BROHMAN
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow in Management Information Systems
WILLIAM CANNON
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Finance
YOLANDE CHAN
E. Marie Shantz Professor in Management Information Systems
SEAN CLEARY
Bank of Montreal Professor of Finance
PETER DACIN
Kraft Professor of Marketing
TINA DACIN
E. Marie Shantz Chair of Strategy & Organizational Behaviour
JEAN-ETIENNE DE BETTIGNIES
Commerce’64 Fellow of Managerial Economics
SHAI DUBEY
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Business Law
LOUIS GAGNON
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Finance
ANTHONY GOERZEN
Donald R. Sobey Professor of International Business
JAY HANDELMAN
Commerce’77 Fellow in Marketing
PETER KISSICK
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow in Business
CEREN KOLSARICI
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Marketing
YURI LEVIN
QSB Distinguished Professor in Operations Management
JEAN-BAPTISTE LITRICO
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Strategy
BERTRAND MALSCH
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow in Accounting
PAMELA MURPHY
E. Marie Shantz Fellow in Accounting
ELSPETH MURRAY
CIBC Faculty Fellow in Entrepreneurship
MIKHAIL NEDIAK
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Operations Management
LYNNETTE PURDA
RBC Fellow of Finance
JANA RAVER
E. Marie Shantz Fellow in Organizational Behaviour
KATE ROWBOTHAM
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Organizational Behaviour
JEAN-PAUL ROY
Toller Family Fellow in International Business
STEVEN SALTERIO
PricewaterhouseCoopers/Tom O’Neill Faculty Research Fellow in Accounting
SANDY STAPLES
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow in Management Information Systems
VEIKKO THIELE
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Business Economics
MATTHEW THOMPSON
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Operations Research
DAN THORNTON
Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario Professor of Accounting
SELIM TOPALOGLU
RBC Fellow of Finance
WEI WANG
QSB Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Finance
JANE WEBSTER
E. Marie Shantz Professor of Management Information Systems
MIKE WELKER
KPMG Faculty Fellow in Accounting
KENNETH WONG
QSB Distinguished Professor of Marketing
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RESEARCH
2013/2014 Milestones
QSBInsight.ca is the School’s
web platform that features
business research generated
by QSB professors and invited
global thinkers presented in
articles, video interviews, white
papers and webinars. A LinkedIn
study, conducted in the spring
of 2014, ranked QSB in the top
three of the “Most Influential
Brands” in Canada, based on
member engagement with an
organization through page views,
discussions, shared posts and
other interactions. QSB is the only
educational institution that appears
on either the global list or any
of the 16 individual country lists
reported by LinkedIn.
qsbinsight.com
In 2013/14, 53 faculty articles were published in
academic journals; a record 18 of these appeared
in publications cited in the Financial Times list of
45 top-tier journals.
Two conferences brought leading international
researchers to QSB: “Entrepreneurship and
Innovation” and “Moral and Ethical Issues in
Consumer Decision-Making”.
QSB welcomed numerous visiting scholars – see
the complete list at qsb.ca/scholars2014
David Saunders, Ceren Kolsarici and Mike Welker
Research awards were presented in November
to Mike Welker (QSB Research Excellence
Award) and Ceren Kolsarici (New Researcher
Achievement Award). See the full story on page 6
of QSB Magazine’s Winter 2014 issue.
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Visiting Scholars
This year, Queen’s School of Business welcomed the following distinguished visiting scholars.
SEMINAR SERIES
ACCOUNTING
Kristian Allee
Wisconsin School of Business
University of Wisconsin
Madison, WI
Mandy Cheng
University of New South Wales
Sydney, Australia
Kerry Humphreys
University of New South Wales
Sydney, Australia
Gordon Richardson
Rotman School of Management
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON
ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR
Christopher Barnes
Foster School of Business
University of Washington
Seattle, WA
Chris Bell
Schulich School of Business
York University, Toronto, ON
MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
SYSTEMS
Robert W. Zmud
Michael F. Price College of Business
University of Oklahoma
Norman, Oklahoma
FINANCE
George Aragon
Arizona State University
Tempe, AZ
Laurent Barras
Desautels Faculty of Management
McGill University
Montréal, QC
Espen Eckbo
Tuck School of Business
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH
Steve Foerster
Ivey Business School
Western University
London, ON
Edith Hotchkiss
Wallace E. Carroll School of
Management, Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA
Mark Huson
Alberta School of Business
University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB
France Bélanger
Pamplin College of Business
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA
Spencer Martin
University of Melbourne
Carlton, Australia
Ann-Frances Cameron
HEC Montréal
Montréal, QC
Micah Officer
College of Business Administration
Loyola Marymount University
Los Angeles, CA
Joey F. George
College of Business
Iowa State University
Ames, IA
Jerry Luftman
Global Institute for IT Management
Fort Lee, New Jersey
Suzanne Rivard
HEC Montréal
Montréal, QC
Daniel Veit
University of Augsburg
Augsburg, Germany
MARKETING
Jeff B. Murray
Sam M. Walton College of Business
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR
BUSINESS ECONOMICS
Pablo Casas-Arce
W. P. Carey School of Business
University of Arizona
Tempe, AZ
Olivier Chatain
The Wharton School
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
Pascal Courty
University of Victoria
Victoria, BC
Guy L. F. Holburn
Ivey Business School
Western University
London, ON
Niko Matouschek
Kellogg School of Management
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL
Alireza Naghavi
University of Bologna
Bologna, Italy
Raymond Riezman
Henry B. Tippie College of Business
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA
Mehmet Sener
Union College
Schenectady, NY
MANAGEMENT SCIENCE
Ronald P. Menich
Predictix LLC (USA)
Atlanta, GA
Jue Wang
Mechanical & Industrial
Engineering Department
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON
CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
7TH CONFERENCE ON
THE ECONOMICS OF
ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND
INNOVATION
Ajay Agrawal
Rotman School of Management
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON
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Sharon Belenzon
The Fuqua School of Business
Duke University
Durham, NC
Ethan Mollick
The Wharton School
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA
Julian Barling
Queen’s School of Business
Queen’s University
Kingston, ON
Jing Chen
Copenhagen Business School
Copenhagen, Denmark
Petra Moser
Department of Economics
Stanford University
Stanford, CA
Christopher Barnes
Foster School of Business
University of Washington
Seattle, WA
Robert Seamans
Leonard N. Stern School of Business
New York University
New York, NY
Erica Carleton
Queen’s School of Business
Queen’s University
Kingston, ON
Douglas Cumming
Schulich School of Business
York University
Toronto, ON
Alberto Galasso
Rotman School of Management
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON
Christopher L. Drake
Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit, MI
Xavier Giroud
MIT Sloan School of Management
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA
Emily Breza
Columbia Business School
Columbia University
New York, NY
Helen Driver
Department of Medicine
Queen’s University
Kingston, ON
Hellen Kim
MIT Sloan School of Management
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA
Tracy R. Lewis
The Fuqua School of Business
Duke University
Durham, NC
E. Kevin Kelloway
St. Mary’s University
Halifax, NS
Danielle Li
Kellogg School of Management
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL
John W. Maxwell
Kelley School of Business
Indiana University
Bloomington, IN
Hong Luo
Harvard Business School
Harvard University
Boston, MA
Kelly Shue
Booth School of Business
University of Chicago
Chicago, IL
Robert S. Marquez
Graduate School of Management
University of California, Davis
Davis, CA
Richmond D. Mathews
Robert H. Smith School of Business
University of Maryland
College Park, MD
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4TH ECONOMICS OF ORGANIZATION
WORKSHOP
SLEEP AND WORK CONFERENCE
Peter Bamberger
Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv, Israel
Larissa Barber
Department of Psychology
Northern Illinois University
DeKalb, IL
Alastair MacLean
Department of Psychology
Queen’s University
Kingston, ON
Heather Melissa
Mullins Department of Psychology
George Mason
University Fairfax, VA
David T. Wagner
Singapore Management University
Singapore
David T. Welsh
Eller College of Management
University of Arizona
Tuscon, AZ
CENTRES OF INNOVATION
Salman Mufti teaching executives at
the Donald Gordon Conference Centre
Queen’s Executive Education
Queen's Executive Education is a leader in management education in Canada, both through its openenrolment programs and custom programs, which are tailored to specific organization needs.
2013/14 Milestones
Executive Education was again ranked #1 in
Canada and 19th in the world by Bloomberg
Businessweek.
Salman Mufti (pictured above) was appointed
Associate Dean and Executive Director, effective
July 1, 2013.
Undertook a comprehensive strategic review,
involving alumni, clients, faculty, staff and industry
experts, to reposition the executive education
program in response to a worldwide transformation
of this sector.
Leveraged partnerships to expand brand awareness
in new markets (e.g. Women of Influence, RSA
Canada, OASIS, Credit Union Managers Association).
qsb.ca/execed
Participation Statistics 2013/2014
4,179
970
person-days delivered through
open-enrolment programs
person-days delivered through
short-format programs
2,761
1,250
person-days delivered through
domestic organization-specific
programs
person-days delivered through
international programs
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The Monieson Centre for Business Research in Healthcare
The Monieson Centre for Business Research in
Healthcare creates opportunities and provides
ongoing support to academics, business leaders
and policymakers to develop research-based
solutions to real-world problems. The Centre
provides partners with access to evidencebased findings and strategies, and collaborative,
interdisciplinary research teams with the large
data sets necessary for rigorous research.
2013/2014 Milestones
The second of a three-part Queen’s Health
Policy Change Conference Series brought
together leaders in Canadian business,
healthcare and government and speakers from
seven nations. Its significant output included a
series of white papers on approaches to a panCanadian healthcare strategy. The May 2014
conference was a joint effort of the Centre and
Queen’s School of Policy Studies and Faculty
of Health Sciences.
Hosted a workshop on Change Management
for Healthcare Policy in January 2014,
attended by more than 40 practitioners,
policymakers and researchers from across
Queen’s, and funded by a grant from the
Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Hosted the Economics and Healthcare Speaker
Series, which was funded by a $100,000 grant
from the Joseph S. Stauffer Foundation.
Principal Daniel Woolf, Monieson Centre Director Scott
Carson and David Dodge, then-Queen’s Chancellor and
former Governor of the Bank of Canada, at the Centre’s
May healthcare conference
Hosted a spring conference in Kingston marking
the conclusion of a three-year, SSHRC-funded
project on economic revitalization that linked 14
researchers from five institutions.
qsb.ca/monieson
Queen’s Centre for Business Venturing
Queen’s Centre for Business Venturing (QCBV) supports the creation, leadership and
management of new ventures. Its activities range from embedding new-venture thinking into
the curriculum — including an elective course that enables students to invest monies from the
TriColour Venture Fund — to providing new ventures with access to capital, and conducting
applied research in business venturing.
2013/2014 Milestones
Now in its eighth year of operation, the TriColour
Venture Fund program attracted 12 students. As
of April 2014, ten business plans from companies
in Ottawa and Kingston had been considered for
investment. The students conducted due diligence
reviews on five of the plans and recommended
investing in three to the Fund’s Advisory Board.
The QCBV-facilitated survey of Best Small and
Medium Sized Employers (SME) in Canada celebrated
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its 10th anniversary. During this ten-year period, the
study collected surveys from more than 120,000
employees and nearly 8,000 leaders, gaining insights
into Canadian organizations’ key leadership issues. The
Top 50 Employers were profiled in PROFIT magazine.
Three ’Dare to Dream’ student interns (one MBA
and two Commerce recent graduates) received up
to $15,000 for each of their new ventures.
qsb.ca/qcbv
Queen’s School of Business Centre for Responsible Leadership
The Centre’s mission is to develop outstanding, socially responsible leaders through
education, research, outreach and advocacy. This involves fostering leading-edge education
in the fields of responsible leadership and social responsibility; supporting research and
providing advice in the fields of business ethics, social responsibility, social innovation, social
entrepreneurship and sustainability; providing support for the non-profit community; and
being a global advocate for responsible leadership.
2013/2014 Milestones
Selected by the UN Global Compact as a ‘Champion
School’ of PRME (Principles for Responsible
Management Education) and as a member of the
PRME Advisory Group.
Enrolled 207 new students in the Certificate in
Responsible Leadership Program, including 44% of the
Accelerated MBA Class of 2014 and 43% of eligible
Master of International Business students.
Facilitated the completion of more than 4,000 hours
of community outreach by students working towards
obtaining a Certificate in Responsible Leadership.
Hosted the 2nd Annual COSI (Community of Social
Innovation) Research Conference in Toronto, with
professors and graduate students attending from
25 leading business schools, including Cambridge,
Chicago, Cornell, ESSEC, Harvard, Penn State, and
Wharton. The Centre is a co-founder of this initiative.
Panelists take questions at the 9th Annual Responsible
Leadership Summit
qsb.ca/crl
Queen’s Business Consulting
Queen’s Business Consulting (QBC) has operated for 40
years and is Canada’s top undergraduate consulting program.
This year-round venture is managed by senior Commerce
students under the guidance of Rob Woyzbun, the Centre’s
Director. Students provide a range of cost-effective consulting
services to small and medium-sized businesses, not-for-profit
organizations and other public enterprises.
2013/2014 Milestones
A record number of student consultants completed
consulting projects for a wide variety of clients and
sectors, including: a marketing plan for a spa resort
entrepreneur; two business plans for Kingston cultural
organizations; a multiphase project for the City of
Brockville; a business-development strategy for an
Ontario private school; promotion strategies for a
healthcare application; a marketing strategy for an
agribusiness company; a human-resources strategy for
improving recruitment rates of physicians; and a realestate-development feasibility study for student housing.
Student consultants with Centre Director Rob Woyzbun
(fourth from right)
qsb.ca/qbc
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CPA-Queen’s Centre for Governance
This Centre funds Queen’s faculty and doctoral student
research on Canadian and international corporate
governance issues, with an emphasis on audit
committees and quality financial reporting. The Centre,
which is partially funded through the generosity of the
Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario, also
contributes to the creation of leading-edge curriculum.
2013/2014 Milestones
Organized the sixth annual Voluntary Sector
Reporting Awards, which this year expanded to
include national and international charities across
Canada, with more than 130 charities being
nominated. Joining the Awards’ national media
sponsor, the National Post, was the exclusive
accounting firm sponsor Grant Thornton.
Funded one corporate governance research project
and one infrastructure project.
Two Centre-sponsored papers were accepted for
publication in top-tier accounting research journals
and Centre-sponsored projects continue to be
presented at leading academic conferences around
the world.
At the VSR Awards: George Boland (Centre
Associate Director), Deryck Williams (Grant
Thornton), Steven Salterio (Centre Director),
Dean David Saunders, Rod Barr (Chartered
Professional Accountants of Ontario - CPAO) and
Brian Leader (CPAO)
qsb.ca/governance
Queen’s Executive Decision Centre
Canada’s first electronic group-decision support facility remains much in demand.
Participants in meetings facilitated by Centre staff — either at Goodes Hall or using the
Portable Decision Centre in their own locations — use innovative QSB facilitation software
to contribute their expertise to the discussions. Clients include private- and public-sector
organizations as well as Queen’s faculty, staff and students.
2013/2014 Milestones
Facilitated more than 90 electronic brainstorming
events, including community consultations in 50
Associate Director Erik Lockhart facilitates
a strategic planning session
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municipalities across Canada, and sessions for 25
private sector organizations and several national
groups and associations. Internally, the Centre
facilitated sessions for the School of Kinesiology,
Department of Radiology, Faculty of Law, Provost’s
Office and the Board of Trustees.
Led events creating pan-Canadian and provincial
strategies in: life sciences; economic development;
injury prevention; agriculture; land surveying;
museum management; health and human resource
planning; tourism; and workforce planning.
Facilitated research sessions on a wide range of
subjects, including autism, cervical cancer quality
indicators, breast and prostate cancer screening
practices, diabetes and fall prevention.
qsb.ca/execdecision
ALUMNI
Alumni Connections
Well after graduation, our alumni continue to have an impact on Queen’s
School of Business. From providing financial support, to speaking at student
conferences and in the classroom, to recruiting new graduates and referring
prospective students to our programs, alumni share in the school’s successes
and aspirations.
Staying connected
20 Queen’s Business Club (QBC) alumni events were held in 2013-14 across
Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. A seven-event launch tour for Professor Julian
Barling’s book The Science of Leadership attracted more than 1,000 attendees.
2013 marked the official return of Queen’s Homecoming, which was held over
two weekends in October. QSB hosted a brunch each weekend, with a total of
14 class reunions and more than 380 alumni and friends attending both events.
QSB’s outreach to alumni via social media resulted in a 235% increase in
followership of @QSB — QSB’s Alumni Relations’ Twitter account (1,617
followers at Twitter.com/QSB). Alumni also connected through other social
media channels, including:
MAGAZINE
linkedin.com/company/queen’s-school-of-business
facebook.com/QueensSchoolofBusiness
instagram.com/queensbiz
qsb.ca/alumni
Thank you Alumni Volunteers!
Hundreds of alumni donated their valuable time to numerous initiatives, events and activities in support of
the School. Programs for students — including conferences and competitions, mentoring, career support and
recruitment initiatives — all rely heavily on alumni participation.
For a complete list of alumni who volunteered in 2013/2014, visit qsb.ca/volunteers2014
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QSB International Exchange Partners
Kingston
Ghaziabad
Monterrey
Mexico City
Hyderabad
Bangalore
Cave Hill
Bogota
Sao Paulo
Santiago
Buenos Aires
THE AMERICAS
Argentina
University of West Indies, Cave Hill
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Solvay Brussels School of
Economics and Management
Université Catholique de Louvain,
Louvain-la-Neuve
University of Antwerp
Brazil
Czech Republic
Universidad Torcuato Di Tella,
Buenos Aires
Barbados
Fundacao Getulio Vargas, Sao Paulo
INSPER—Instituto de Ensino e
Pesquisa, Sao Paulo
Chile
Pontificia Universidad Católica de
Chile, Santiago
Columbia
Universidad de Los Andes, Bogota
Mexico
IPADE Business School, Mexico City
Tecnológico de Monterrey
EUROPE
Austria
Wirtschaftsuniversitat Wien*, Vienna
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Belgium
University of Economics, Prague
Denmark
Aarhus School of Business
Copenhagen Business School*
Estonia
Estonian Business School, Tallinn
Finland
Aalto University School of Business
(Helsinki and Mikkeli)
Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki
France
Audencia Nantes
BEM Bordeaux Management School
EDHEC, Lille and Nice
EM Lyon
ESCP Europe, Paris
ESSEC Business School Paris, Cergy
Grenoble Ecole de Management
HEC School of Management, Paris
IAE Aix Graduate School of
Management, Aix-en-Provence
Rouen Business School,
Mont-Saint-Aignan
Sciences Po, Paris
SKEMA Business School, Nice
Toulouse Business School
Germany
Cologne Business School
European Business School, Weisbaden
HHL Leipzig, Graduate School of
Management
University of Mannheim*
WHU—Otto Beisheim School of
Management, Koblenz
Hungary
Corvinus University of Budapest
Ireland
University of Dublin Trinity College
Italy
Bocconi University*, Milan
Netherlands
Maastricht University School of
Business and Economics*
Rotterdam School of Management,
Erasmus University
Tilburg University
Norway
BI Norwegian Business School*, Oslo
Norwegian School of Economics,
Bergen
Poland
Warsaw School of Economics
Portugal
Universidade Católica Portuguesa,
Lisbon
Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Lisbon
Slovenia
University of Ljubljana
Spain
ESADE Business School*, Barcelona
IE University, Madrid
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
University of Navarra, Madrid
Mikkeli
Bergen
Oslo
Helsinki
St. Petersburg
Tallinn
Uppsala
Stockholm
Gothenburg
Aarhus
Glasgow
Dublin
Beijing
Seoul
Shanghai
Guangzhou
Hong Kong
Nagoya
Tokyo
Taipei
Hsinchu City
Bangkok
Edinburgh
Lund
Copenhagen
Manchester
Birmingham
Rotterdam
London
Bath
Leipzig
Antwerp Tilburg
Cologne
Exeter
Louvain-la-Neuve BrusselsMaastricht
Lille Leuven Koblenz
Prague
Weisbaden
Mont-Saint-Aignan
Cergy
Mannheim
Paris
Vienna
Nantes
Zurich
St.Gallen
Ljubljana
Lyon
Milan
Grenoble
Bordeaux
Nice
Toulouse
Aix-en-Provence
Warsaw
Budapest
Barcelona
Singapore
Lisbon
Istanbul
Madrid
Brisbane
Perth
Adelaide
Melbourne
Sydney
Auckland
Dunedin
Sweden
Lund University, School of Economics
and Management
Stockholm School of Economics
University of Gothenburg, School of
Business, Economics and Law
Uppsala University
Switzerland
University of St. Gallen
University of Zurich
United Kingdom
Aston University, Birmingham
City University of London,
Cass Business School
University of Bath
University of Edinburgh
University of Exeter
University of Manchester
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow
ASIA
China
Cheung Kong Graduate School of
Business, Beijing
China Europe International Business
School (CEIBS), Shanghai
Chinese University of Hong Kong
City University of Hong Kong
Fudan University, Shanghai
Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology
Peking University, Guanghua School of
Management, Beijing
Shanghai Jiao Tong University,
Antia College of Economics &
Management
Shanghai Advanced Institute of
Finance
Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou
Tongji University, School of Economics
and Management, Shanghai
Tsinghua University, Beijing
Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou
Tongji University, School of Economics
and Management, Shanghai
Tsinghua University, Beijing
India
IIM Bangalore
Indian School of Business, Hyderabad
Institute of Management Technology,
Ghaziabad
Japan
Keio University, Tokyo
Nagoya University of Commerce
& Business
Rikkyo School of Business, Tokyo
Waseda University, Nagoya
Russia
St. Petersburg University, Graduate
School of Management
Singapore
Nanyang Technological University
National University of Singapore
Singapore Management University
South Korea
Korea University, Seoul
Seoul National University
Yonsei University, Seoul
Taiwan
National Chengchi University,
College of Commerce, Taipei
National Chiao Tung University,
Hsinchu City
National Taiwan University, Taipei
Thailand
Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
Thammasat University, Faculty of
Commerce & Accountancy, Bangkok
Turkey
Sabanci University, Istanbul
AUSTRALIA/ OCEANIA
Australia
Queensland University of Technology,
Brisbane
University of Adelaide
University of Melbourne
University of New South Wales, Sydney
University of Queensland, Brisbane
University of Sydney
University of Western Australia, Perth
New Zealand
University of Auckland
University of Otago, Dunedin
qsb.ca/partners
*Double-degree international
partners
Universities in bold are new
partners added in 2013/2014.
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FINANCIAL REPORT
Queen's School of Business funds from various sources increased 8% in the 2013-2014 fiscal
year. The increase is attributable to the successful launch of Queen’s Master of Management
Analytics program; the recruiting strength of the Accelerated MBA for Business Graduates; and the
introduction of a January start-date for the Full-time MBA program. This latter change, introduced
to better synchronize with corporate hiring cycles, resulted in two FT-MBA classes being offered in
the 2013/14 fiscal year, one that started in May 2013, the other in January 2014. The Commerce
program continued to attract high-achieving candidates, and experienced a higher than usual
conversion rate of student applicants accepting their offers to attend Queen’s.
Statements of Sources and Uses
(all amounts in the ’000s)
YEAR ENDED YEAR ENDED
April 30, 2014 April 30, 2013
(Actual)
(Actual)4
Sources
Undergraduate and graduate programs
(excluding MBA)
45,247
49%
39,566
47%
MBA programs
32,085
35%
30,394
36%
Non-degree executive development programs
9,120
10%
10,890
13%
Fundraising gifts and contributions1
7,207
8%
6,604
8%
(2,254)
-2%
(1,486)
-2%
(2,327)
-3%
(4,124)
-5%
1,962
2%
1,956
2%
692
1%
1,117
1%
$91,733
100%
$84,916
100%
Less: endowed contributions
Less: restricted for capital project
2
3
Endowment income
Other
Total sources
Uses
38,228
42%
34,950
41%
Direct program expenses
24,844
27%
20,716
24%
Queen’s University services
18,977
21%
20,386
24%
Student aid
3,254
4%
2,686
3%
Other
1,673
2%
1,571
2%
2,043
2%
1,429
2%
Salaries & benefits
Capital expenditures
Transfer to/(from) reserves
Total uses
2,715
3%
3,179
4%
$91,733
100%
$84,916
100%
NOTES:
1
Does not include gifts and contributions for the original Goodes Hall construction.
2
Endowed contributions are those for which the principal must remain intact. The endowment generates investment income presented on
this page as 'Endowment income'.
3
Restricted for capital project’ are gifts and contributions received for the Goodes Hall expansion project.
4
The 2012-13 figures have been re-stated to align with the new budget model at Queen's University.
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Highlights of Giving
Summary of Donations Received (2006-2014)
Donations (cash received) to the school were $7.2M in 2013-14 ($6.6M in 2012-13).
The support from QSB donors, students, alumni, staff, faculty and friends is instrumental
to our success. The generous support of the school’s donors enabled QSB to invest in key
priorities: to continue to develop leaders, accelerate thought leadership, transform student
learning and to complete the expansion of Goodes Hall on budget.
$7,000,000
$6,000,000
$6.30M
$5.85M
$5,000,000
$6.60M
$7.20M
$5.22M
$4.57M
$4,000,000
$3,000,000
$3.27M
$3.26M
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$0
2006/2007
2007/2008
2008/2009
2009/2010
2010/2011
2011/2012
2012/2013
2013/2014
Gifts by Source (2013-2014)
The philanthropic commitment of alumni, friends and corporate and foundation partners
helps provide the resources required to respond to an ever-changing business landscape.
Our vision is to be one of the world’s most innovative and influential business schools and the
investment and partnership of our supporters is essential to our future growth and success.
QSB ALUMNI
54%
1%
QUEEN’S ALUMNI
(NON-QSB)
25%
20%
FRIENDS
CORPORATIONS
AND FOUNDATIONS
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$65M Goal
Invest in QSB Campaign Update
Thanks to the generosity of QSB’s
alumni and friends, the “Invest in QSB”
campaign has now surpassed
$51-million (cash and pledges) of its
$65-million goal (as of July 30, 2014).
Funds raised through this campaign will
allow QSB to remain at the forefront of
Canadian business education, and ensure
that students are given unparalleled
opportunities that will guide their
development into successful leaders.
We are grateful for the dedication of our
loyal Campaign Cabinet Volunteers and
Class Giving Coordinators who have not
only given generously of their time, but
also have made personal financial
investments in the future of QSB.
$51M Raised
As we approach the Campaign’s
end in 2016, we are proud of our
accomplishments to date, the highlight
of which was the completion of the
new west wing of Goodes Hall in 2012.
Once we reach our Campaign goal, we
will be able to significantly impact the
lives of our students by increasing
support for scholarships and bursaries,
implementing innovative teaching
methods and retaining our talented
professors through highly sought-after
named positions.
For further details, please visit:
qsb.ca/invest
Greg Cochrane, Campaign
Cabinet member
Jerry del Missier, Campaign Chair
Ken Grewal, Campaign Cabinet
member and BCom'96 Class
Giving Coordinator
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A Campaign Cabinet meeting
in May, 2014, with Tom
Kinnear (far right) and John
See in the foreground
Invest in QSB Campaign Cabinet Members
Iain Bruce, BCom’81
Managing Director, Risk
Management, AMBAC
Assurance Corp.
Jeff Carney, BCom’84
President & CEO, Mackenzie
Financial Corp. & Co-President &
CEO, IGM Financial Inc. (Co-Chair)
Greg Cochrane, MBA’74
Managing Director, VRG Capital
Linda Cochrane, BA’77, MBA’79
Shawn Cooper, BCom’87
Managing Director & Regional
Leader, Latin America/Canada,
Russell Reynolds Associates
Jerry del Missier, BSc(Eng)’85,
MBA’87 (Campaign Chair)
Carol Devenny, BCom’82
Office Managing Partner,
PricewaterhouseCoopers
John Gleeson, BCom’80
Certified Financial Planner,
Gleeson Financial Group Inc.
Adrienne Goldthorpe, BCom’99
Ted Goldthorpe, BCom’99
President, Apollo Investment
Corporation
Mel Goodes, BCom’57, LLD’94
Retired CEO, Warner-Lambert Co.
Nancy Goodes
Ken Grewal, BCom’96
Managing Director — Institutional
Equity Sales, BMO Capital Markets
Samuel H. Gudewill, MBA’79
President & CEO, Innovex Equities
Corporation
Paul Hand, BA’69, MBA’73
Managing Director, RBC Capital
Markets (Co-Chair)
George Holmes, BCom’80
Retired Partner,
PricewaterhouseCoopers
Andrew Hungerford, BCom’96
Partner, Hungerford Properties
Jerry Jackson, BCom’78
Partner, Polar Capital Corporation
Michael Kehoe, BCom’78
CEO, Cosmetica Laboratories Inc.
(Co-Chair)
Tom Kinnear, BCom’66, LLD’02
PhD, D. Maynard Phelps Professor
of Business Administration and
Marketing, Ross School of
Business, University of Michigan
(Co-Chair)
Jim Leech, MBA’73
Retired President & CEO,
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan
Rosemary Leith, BCom’83
Director, World Wide Web
Foundation
Doug McCutcheon, BCom’87
President, Longview Asset
Management Ltd.
Grant McDonald, BCom’82
Office Managing Partner, KPMG
Tom Miller, BCom’79
Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Thomas O’Neill, BCom’67,
LLD’05, Chair of the Board, BCE,
Bell Canada & Scotiabank
(Co-Chair)
Paul Pancham, BCom’89, MD’94
Dr. P. Pancham Medicine
Professional Corp.
Ethel Patterson, MBA’81
Sally Peterson, BAH’86, MBA’88
Sam Pollock, BCom’88
Senior Managing Partner,
Brookfield Asset Management
Charles Powis, BCom’86
Executive Director, Canada Sales,
Morgan Stanley
Sharon Ranson, BCom’80
President, The Ranson Group Inc.
Mark Schweitzer, BCom’83
VP & Chief Financial Officer,
Grizzly Oil Sands
John See, BScH’79, MBA’81
Vice Chair, TD Wealth,
TD Bank Group (Co-Chair)
Donald Sobey, BCom’57
Chairman Emeritus, Empire
Company Ltd.
Penny Somerville, BCom’78
Ed Speal, BCom’83
Managing Director, BNP Paribas
Gia Steffensen, BCom’78
Retired Chief Investment Officer,
Legg Mason Canada
Bob Wardrop, BCom’86
CEO, Belvall Investments Ltd.
Benita Warmbold, BCom’80
Sr. VP & CFO, CPP Investment
Board (Co-Chair)
John Watson, MBA’70
Director, Talisman Energy Inc.
Tony Woodward, BCom’75
Director & COO, Blair Franklin
Asset Management
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Recognizing Lifetime Giving
The following list recognizes our generous supporters who have given $25,000 or more,
cumulatively, to Queen’s School of Business as of April 30, 2014.
Lifetime Individual Donors
$5,000,000+
Nancy & Mel Goodes, BCom’57,
LLD’94
Donald Sobey, BCom’57
$1,000,000 - $4,999,999
Laurie & Michael Borden,
BCom’80
Ana Maria & Donald Carty,
BAH’68, LLD’01
Paul Hand, BA’69, MBA’73,
& Vicki Gilliatt Hand, BA/BPHE’73
Lynn & Eve Heersink, MBA’74
Tom Kinnear, BCom’66, LLD’02,
PhD
Sonilal♦, Ira & Paul Pancham,
BCom’89, MD’94
Gerald Sutton, BCom’48, MCom’49,
& Margaret Sutton, BA’48
Anonymous (4)
$500,000 - $999,999
Estate of Donald Alexander Baxter,
BCom’34
Carol & Ian Friendly, BCom’83
Estate of Muriel Hatch
Michael Kehoe, BCom’78
Cathy & Harold Roozen, MBA’79
A. Britton Smith, LLD’09
Patti & Sandy Staples♦
Anonymous
$250,000 - $499,999
Iain Bruce, BCom’81
Linda Cochrane, BA’77, MBA’79,
& Greg Cochrane, MBA’74
Michael Durland, PhD’91
Samuel H. Gudewill, MBA’79
Paul & Catherine Hyde, BA’82
Jim Leech, MBA’73
Estate of Donald I. McLeod,
BA 1908
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Fred Jaques, BCom’80
Pentti Karkkainen, MBA’81
Michael Keilhauer, BCom’76
Paul Kinnear, BCom’63,
& Carole Kinnear, BA’98
Kyle Kitagawa, MBA’88
Anna Koo, MBA’75,
& Norman Koo, BSc(Eng)’72, MBA’75
Donald Langill, BCom’77
Peter Mackenzie, BCom’81,
& Kate Zeidler
Thomas Miller, BCom’79,
& Elizabeth Miller, BFA’79
Max Muselius, BA’79, MBA’81
Edward Nash, BCom’85
Joseph Pal, BCom’74
Diane & Chris Paddison, BCom’80
Ryan Pedlow, BCom’98
Patti Perras Shugart, BCom’86,
& Paul Shugart, BScH’79
Sally Peterson, BAH’86, MBA’88,
& Bryan Pearson, BScH’86, MBA’88
Sam Pollock, BCom’88
Charles Powis, BCom’86
Sharon Ranson, BCom’80,
& family
Susan Rooks, BCom’84,
& Edward Speal, BCom’83
Derek Russell
Lisa J. Saunders, BCom’86
Mark Schweitzer, BCom’83,
& Teresa Schweitzer, BNSc’85
Michael Sifton, BCom’83,
& Julie Sifton, BA’82
Estate of Christine Sinclair,
BCom’81
Crystal & Gregory Smith, BCom’91
Gia Steffensen, BCom’78,
& Jean Steffensen, BA’77, BEd’78
Len Morrow, MBA’72
Harry Mortimore, MBA’73
Thomas O’Neill, BCom’67, LLD ’05,
& Susan O’Neill, BA’65
Ethel Patterson, MBA’81,
& Michael Bandzierz, MBA’80
John See, BScH’79, MBA’81,
& Kathryn See, BAH’79
Estate of Elizabeth Marie Shantz,
BCom’27
Brenda Vince*, BCom’77,
& Steven Smith, BCom’77
William Yu, BSc(Eng)’84, MBA’87,
& Diana Liu
$100,000 - $249,999
Elyse & Dany Battat, BCom’78
David Beatty, BCom’82
Estate of Jean M. Black
Judith & Philip Bookalam,
BCom’68
Simon Brown, BCom’93,
& Mona Brown, BAH’93
Jason Capello, BCom’96
Carolyn Carney, BCom’86,
& Jeff Carney, BCom’84
Andrew Chisholm, BCom’81,
& Laurie Thomson, BAH’84
Augusta & Shawn Cooper,
BCom’87
Estate of Martha Hazel Coughlin
Ian Dawson, MBA’85
John Gleeson, BCom’80,
& Sarah Gleeson, BAH’80
Adrienne Goldthorpe, BCom’99,
& Ted Goldthorpe, BCom’99
Ken Grewal, BCom’96,
& Christina Skinner
Nancy Hamm, BCom’76,
& Richard Hamm, BCom’76
Lisanne Hill, BCom’80
George Holmes, BCom’80
Jerry Jackson, BCom’78
*Deceased
♦
QSB/Queen’s faculty/staff (current and retired)
Shirley Irene & Allan Taylor,
LLD’91
Colin Taylor, BCom’84
Margot & Eric Toller*, BA’50,
BCom’51
Kim van Steenbergen, BNSc’78,
& Jeff van Steenbergen, BSc(Eng)’77
Angela & Brian Walsh, BA’74,
MBA’76
Bob Wardrop, BCom’86
Benita Warmbold, BCom’80,
& Gerry N. Wood
George Watson, BSc(Eng)’70,
MBA’72, & Sheila Watson, BAH’72
John Watson, MBA’70
Bruce & Cathy Williams, MBA’77
Cate Woodward, BA’74, MBA’76,
& Tony Woodward, BCom’75
Deborah Yedlin, MBA’91,
& Martin Molyneaux
Anonymous (4)
$50,000 - $99,999
Andrew Brewster, BCom’99
Jennifer & Dave Brining, BCom’79
David Brown, BCom’73
Shauneen Bruder, MBA’84,
& Michael Bruder, LLB’84
Jennifer Camelford, BAH’74, MBA’78,
& James Camelford, BA’77
Pamela & Chris Clark, BCom’76
Bob Cronin, BCom’80,
& Gayle Cronin, BSc’80
John M. Davison
Daphne Dean, BA’71, BScH’73,
MSc’78, MBA’81
Douglas Dethy, BCom’75
Graham Farquharson, MBA’69
Monika Federau, MBA’88
Ian Fraser, BCom’53,
& Patricia Fraser, BAH’53
Milton Hess, BCom’64,
& Julia Hess, BA’65
Elliot Jacobson, MBA’69
Janet & Richard Lint
Robert F. & Margaret MacLellan,
BAH’79, MBA’81
Mike MacSween, MBA’07
Douglas McCutcheon, BCom’87,
& Deborah McCutcheon, BScH’86
Robert McFarlane, BCom’83
Catherine McIntosh, BCom’82,
& Douglas McIntosh, BCom’82
Thomas McLaren*, BCom’49
Frederick Mifflin, BCom’81
Anne & Dusan Miklas
Ian Ness, BCom’79
Janet Nixon, BCom’80,
& Gordon Nixon, BCom’79,
LLD’03
John Nixon, BCom’77
Elsa & Michael Nowlan, BCom’82
John & Susan Michel Shuter,
MBA’81
Robert Sobey, BAH’88
Estate of Richard Stackhouse,
BCom’53
Michelle Weinberg, BCom’93
David A. Wilson, BCom’64
Daniel Wilton, BCom’93
Jos Wintermans, MBA’72
Anonymous (3)
$25,000 - $49,999
M. Shân Atkins, BCom’79,
& James E. Erbs
Karen Bailey, BCom’93
Deborah Barrett
Brent Belzberg, BCom’72
Michael Bolitho, BCom’84,
& Angelica Thiele-Bolitho
Derek Burney, BAH’62, MA’64,
LLD’98
Elizabeth & Gregor Caldwell,
BCom’64
Guy Casgrain, BCom’78
Sara & Peter Copestake♦, BA’78
Frances & Robert Crandall♦,
BCom’51
Donald Cranston, BScH’82,
MBA’85
Mark DesLauriers, BCom’78
Carol Devenny, BCom’82,
& Grant McDonald, BCom’82
Carolyn & Scott Earthy, BCom’97
Steven Flanders, BCom’86
Gordon Fleming*, BCom’53
*Deceased
♦
QSB/Queen’s faculty/staff (current and retired)
Before I started my first year in Queen’s Commerce, I’d
never really heard of the field of marketing. Thanks to the
outstanding teaching and passion for marketing demonstrated
by the late Professor Dan Monieson, I was inspired to pursue
a career in this exciting field, one that ended up spanning 31
years with General Mills.
I believe that great teachers matter. Now that I’m in a
position to pay it forward, I’ve chosen to establish a Fellowship
in Marketing to help QSB retain exceptional professors. I hope
this helps inspire the next generation of business leaders to
find its passion through exposure to great teachers.
Ian Friendly, BCom’83
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Michael Forsayeth, BCom’77,
& Janet Forsayeth, BA’77
Michael Gilbert, BCom’78,
& Cynthia Gilbert, BA’78
Cyril Goddeeris, BCom’00
Anne Gouinlock, BCom’82,
& Geoffrey Gouinlock, BCom’82
Andrew Gross, BCom’79,
& Nora Gross, BA’81, BAH’82
John A. Hallward, BCom’83
Everett Harrison, BCom’46
Douglas Heighington, MBA’81
Gordon Hendren, BCom’79
Glynis Anne Henry, BA’76, MBA’78
Donald Huggett*, BA’51, BCom’51
Andrew Hungerford, BCom’96
Claude Lamoureux
Wendy & Paul Lishman, BCom’92
Valerie Mann, BCom’86,
& John Condon, BSc(Eng)’85
Brian Martin, BCom’99
Nancy & Rick Martin
Candace & David McConomy♦,
MBA’69
Nancy McFadden, BAH’74,
BEd’76, & Douglas McFadden,
LLB’75
Kim McKenzie, MBA’85
Wendy & Alex Melvin, BA’72,
MBA’74
David G. Merkel
Susan Miklas♦, BA’65, LLB’88
Nadine Mirchandani, BCom’93
Ron Mock & Marianne Gouras
Frederick Moote, BA’49,
BSc(Eng)’49
Estate of Sylvia Morawetz,
BCom’75
Melanie & Peter Munk
Elspeth Murray♦, BScH’85,
MBA’87 & Peter Richardson♦
Wayne Musselman, BCom’64
Paul Myles, BCom’66, MBA’67
Michael Nobrega
Gwen & David Oliver, BCom’64,
MBA’66
Beverly Paquette, BCom’77
Nancy Powis, BCom’80
Catherine Purcell♦, BScH’78,
BEd’85, MEd’98,
& Michael Purcell, BSc(Eng) ’75
Robert Renaud, BCom’96,
& Sarah Renaud, BAH’96
Ray Richardson, MBA’84,
& Anne Nurse-Richardson, BA’78
Cee Cee & Bruce Robertson,
BCom’88
Michael Robins, BCom’79,
& Susanne Robins, BAH’82
Bruce Runciman, BCom’78
David M. Saunders♦
& Susan Bartholomew♦
David Sculthorpe, BCom’83,
& Patricia Sculthorpe, BAH’85
Robert Shoniker, BCom’69,
MBA'70
Penny Somerville, BCom’78
Frederick Troop, BCom’54
Jean Turmel
Sherri & Jeffrey Watchorn,
BCom’88
Sheila Cooke-Witt, MBA’83,
& Karsten Witt, MBA’83
Herbert Wyman, BCom’50
Anonymous (5)
*Deceased
♦
QSB/Queen’s faculty/staff (current and retired)
I am honoured to have been selected
as the first recipient of the Jim Leech
MBA Scholarship. This support has
been instrumental in helping me
pursue my MBA at Queen’s. Receiving
this scholarship has inspired me
to continue to work hard and has
strengthened my desire to contribute
to society.
I truly appreciate the generosity
of Mr. Leech’s colleagues, business
associates and family members who
created this unique scholarship in
honour of his retirement as CEO of the
Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan.
Ramya Thatavarthi, MBA’15
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Recognizing Annual Giving
The lists on pages 34 to 37 (Commerce) and 45 to
46 (post-graduate programs) recognize donors who
contributed $1,000 or more, in cash gifts or pledge
payments, to Queen’s School of Business. Recent
alumni, who graduated between 2010 and 2014 and
are just starting their careers, are recognized for their
gifts, at any amount. Those who have contributed up to
$1,000 are recognized on pages 38 to 44 (Commerce)
and page 47 (post-grads). In all cases, gifts being
recognized were received between May 1, 2013 and
April 30, 2014. Donors whose gifts were received after
April 30, 2014 will be acknowledged in the 20142015 Year in Review.
Many Queen’s School of Business alumni direct their
gifts to support other programs and initiatives at
Queen’s University. These contributions are recognized
annually in the University’s Report of Contributions.
Appreciation Societies
BCom'08 class giving leaders Milan Panic,
Laura Gilchrist and Jason Akers, sport frosh-week
inspired T-shirts at Homecoming 2013
In addition to recognition in this report, all Queen’s School of Business donors are eligible
for membership in one of Queen’s University’s annual appreciation societies, based on their
giving per fiscal year, as follows.
GRANT HALL SOCIETY
ROYAL CHARTER SOCIETY
ROYAL LEGACY SOCIETY
Diamond Level — $10,000 or more
Sapphire Level —$ 5,000 to $9,999
Limestone Level—$ 1,000 to $4,999
$250 to $499
Bequests by will, charitable-gift
annuities, life insurance, real estate,
registered funds and charitable trusts
SUMMERHILL SOCIETY
$500 to $999
CHA GHEILL SOCIETY
$100 to $249 (and first Queen’s
degree earned within the preceding
five years)
Benefactor Wall
QSB’s generous supporters who have each contributed more than $100,000,
cumulatively, are recognized on the School’s Benefactor Wall at the
following levels.
Level 1 – $10 Million or more
Every effort is made to ensure the
accuracy of these lists of donors.
Level 2 – $ 5 Million to $9,999,999
However, errors occasionally
Level 3 – $ 1 Million to $4,999,999
occur. If your name has been
Level 4 – $500,000 to $999,999
omitted, misspelled or incorrectly
Level 5 – $250,000 to $499,999
listed, please contact
Level 6 – $100,000 to $249,999
In addition, those whose cumulative gifts have exceeded $5 Million
are recognized on QSB’s Visionary Wall at Goodes Hall.
[email protected]
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Commerce Giving*
*Donations of $1,000+ to QSB
1940s
Margaret & Gerald Sutton ’48
Joseph Viner ’48
1950s
Hugh Chasmar ’79
& Kathleen Hanly
Pamela & Chris Clark ’76
Robert Cuthbertson ’72
Irene David ’76
Mike Dawson ’78
Mark DesLauriers ’78
Douglas Dethy ’75
1980s
Heather Baker ’83
Cindy ’88 & Duncan Ball ’87
Heather Beamish ’88
John Blain ’88
Michael Bolitho ’84
& Angelica Thiele-Bolitho
Laurie & Michael Borden ’80
Patricia & Ian Fraser ’53
Janet & Michael Forsayeth ’77
Nancy & Mel Goodes ’57
Marie-Rose & Stanley Gibson ’71
Margaret & Robert A. F.
Montgomery ’51
Lorraine & Ian Hendry ’77
Donald Sobey ’57
Michael Kehoe ’78
Frederick Troop ’54
Roger Casgrain ’80
& Colette Charest
Michael Keilhauer ’76
Christopher Clubb ’88
Donald Langill ’77
David McIlquham ’77
Bruce Cooper ’88
& Marie Campbell
Julia & Milton Hess ’64
Ian Ness ’79
Augusta & Shawn Cooper ’87
Tom Kinnear ’66
John Nixon ’78
Barbara Crawley ’88
Susan & Thomas O’Neill ’67
Genie Orton ’78
Gayle & Bob Cronin ’80
Beverley Paquette ’77
William A. Cunningham ’83
Penny Somerville ’78
Glenna ’83 & Andre de Haan ’83
Jean & Gia Steffensen ’78
David Steiner ’78
Carol Devenny ’82
& Grant McDonald ’82
Karen & Bruce Warmbold ’78
Carol & Ian Friendly ’83
1960s
1970s
M. Shân Atkins ’79
& James E. Erbs
Catherine ’76 & William Bryck ’76
Ann & Bartley Bull ’77
Jerry Jackson ’78
James Bracken ’80
Nicholas Brearton ’81
Iain Bruce ’81
Geoffrey Wilson ’78
Anonymous (2)
♦
QSB faculty/stafff
I’m honoured to be a recipient of the Commerce
1987 Award, which has enabled me to pursue my
passion for entrepreneurship and to realize my
goal of studying Commerce at Queen’s.
As a result of this generous financial
support, I’ve been able to focus on my studies
and participate in career- and life-enhancing
extracurricular activities without having to also
juggle a part-time job.
Austin Lubitz, Comm’17
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Choosing to attend Queen’s School of Business was
the best decision I’ve ever made. Aside from the
exceptional academic experience, what truly set QSB
apart were the many opportunities to learn and grow
outside the classroom — from the school’s international
exchange program, to student-led conferences and case
competitions, to terrific professional education and
networking events, many involving QSB alumni. Each
of these provided not only personal and professional
learning opportunities, but also strengthened the fabric
of the class. I’m grateful to QSB’s faculty and staff, I’m excited for
its students, both current and future, and I’m proud to
count myself among such an incredible group of alumni.
That’s why I give.
David Waugh, BCom’08
Sarah & John Gleeson ’80
Robert McFarlane ’83
Teresa & Mark Schweitzer ’83
Dee Dee & Thomas Green ’82
Patricia ’87 & Andrew Hayes ’87
Catherine ’82
& Douglas McIntosh ’82
Patti Perras Shugart ’86
& Paul Shugart
Cathy & Alfred Hendry ’89
John McVicar ’86
Julie & Michael Sifton ’83
Frederick Mifflin ’81
Estate of Christine Sinclair ’81
♦
Jeanette Hepburn ’89
♦
Lisanne Hill ’80
Steven Millan ’89
Bradley Snyder ’88
Brian Hogan ’83
& Patricia Hawkins-Hogan
Gordon Mount ’80
Edward Speal ’83
Edward Nash ’85
Stacie ’88 & Raymond Stanton ’87
George Holmes ’80
Lisa O’Toole ’84
Marilyn Stitt ’84
Cecilia & Robert Inglis ’88
Paul Pancham ’89
Richard Taylor ’81
Christian Jeppesen ’88
Aimee Pitman ’88
Robert Thompson ’89
Bruce Kagan ’89
Samuel Pollock ’88
Stephen Turner ’88
Krista Kerr ’88
Nancy Vancise ’88 & James Mavor
Peter Kinch ’81
Carol Port ’88
& James Malone ’89
John Langhorne ’83
Stephen Power ’87
Sandra '89 & Donald Linsdell ’89
Charles Powis ’86
Benita Warmbold ’80
& Gerry N. Wood
George MacDonald ’87
Nancy Powis ’80
Sherri & Jeffrey Watchorn ’88
Peter Mackenzie ’81
& Kate Zeidler
John Price ’88
Grant Wickes ’82
Joseph Quarin ’88
Mary Wilson Trider ’82
Valerie Mann ’86 & John Condon
Michael Quinn ’88
Susan & Jay Wright ’81
Jo-Ann E. McArthur ’85
& Ted Scott
Cathy & Geoffrey Reeves ’81
Anonymous (6)
Deborah & Douglas
McCutcheon ’87
Susan Rooks ’84
Alexandra von Schroeter ’83
Cee Cee & Bruce Robertson ’88
Lisa J. Saunders ’86
♦
QSB faculty/stafff
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Commerce Giving (continued)
1990s
Karen Bailey ’93
Paul Belanger ’93
Jennifer Boyd ’93
& Eric Scoffield ’93
Mona & Simon Brown ’93
Mark Caiger ’93
David Caldana ’99
Carolyn & Scott Earthy ’97
Corey Fraiberg ’93
Valerie Gillis ’96
Ken Grewal ’96
& Christina Skinner
Mike Murray ’96
Kendra & Ryan Doersam ’00
Jennifer Newman ’91
& Patrick Marley ’92
Robert Gierula ’01 & Debby Shen
Prem Rawal ’99
Ryan Kalt ’01
Sarah & Robert Renaud ’96
Brendan O’Grady ’05
Bruce Sellery ’93
Jamie See ’06
Crystal & Gregory Smith ’91
Daniel Wares ’00
Cyril Goddeeris ’00
Mark Vrooman ’96
Michelle Weinberg ’93
2010s*
Thomas Whelan ’92
Daniel Wilton ’93
Nikol & Orest Wowkodaw ’98
Anonymous (6)
David Gunn ’96
Justin Abraham ’11
Amy Amodeo ’14
Kristen Beatty ’14
2000s
Melanie & Stephen Hoffmeister ’98
*As recent grads, the list below
reflects all donations to QSB
Colin Bergman ’14
Mary & Bryan Jensen ’93
Omar Abdel Hafez ’00
Caroline Bertrand ’14
Jennifer Lamb ’93
& Justin Barr ’94
Hayley Becker ’04
Michelle Bonnah ’13
Nadine Mirchandani ’93
Laura ’00 & Ryan Couvrette ’00
Christopher Chin-A-Loy ’00
♦
QSB faculty/stafff
The BCom’88 25th anniversary class reunion
in October 2013 sparked countless memories
of our time at Queen’s. Classmates came from
far and wide to reconnect, reminisce and
reflect on how far we’ve come since our wideeyed frosh days.
We decided that there could be no better
way to mark this milestone than to establish
an entrance award to give a deserving student
the incalculable benefit of a Commerce
education, immersed in the Queen’s tradition.
We dedicated the Commerce 1988 Award
to the memory of our dear classmates Chris
Verney and Margie Philp — a wonderful
legacy that they would have embraced.
Nicola von Schroeter, BCom’88
BCom'88 Class Giving and Reunion Coordinators,
from left, Dave Prowten, Chris Clubb, Nicola von
Schroeter, Mike Quinn and Craig Hutchison
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David Saunders with Ira Pancham
and her son Paul Pancham
BCom’10 & ’14 class gifts fund stock ticker
in BMO Atrium
The ups and downs of the financial markets are
now being tracked from the comfort of the BMO
Atrium at Goodes Hall. A stock ticker, funded
by COMMitment gifts raised by the BCom’10
and ’14 graduating classes, was installed in May,
enabling QSB students, faculty, staff and visitors
to keep an eye on the stock market.
The ticker was the brainchild of the
BCom’10 class, whose members contributed
in excess of $10,000 under the leadership
of classmates Joshua Barr and Mike Melito.
The Commerce Class of 2014, led by Jordan
Vandenberg and Amy Amodeo, contributed
nearly $3,000 to the cause.
Joey Cheung ’14
Adam Le Dain ’14
Kayla Paret ’10
Daniel Farewell ’13
Gillian Lee ’13
Kelly Quinn ’12
Jeffrey Fenton ’13
Orchid Lee ’12
Elliot Seetner ’14
Brennan Foo ’14
Jessica Leung ’14
Meaghan Shepherd ’14
Justin Gilman ’13
Shannon Loughrey ’14
Anna Ta ’14
Anne Gleeson ’10
Robert MacLellan ’10
Devon Toole ’14
Katherine Hayes ’14
Sarah Marion ’14
Jaril Valenciano ’14
Spenser Heard ’10
Nicky Menten ’13
Jordan Vandenberg ’14
Tyler Hennick ’14
Geoffrey Meyers ’14
Alessia Vettese ’14
Caileigh Howieson ’14
Milana Micanovic ’13
Zachary Weinstein ’14
Zheng Jiang ’14
Sean Milne ’13
Sydney Young ’10
Ross Kelley ’13
Chadwick Mitchell ’14
Anonymous (2)
Brian Kim ’14
Garrett Moore ’13
Chester Lau ’14
Sarah Moore ’14
Marisa Law ’14
Derek Nicholson ’13
♦
QSB faculty/stafff
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Commerce Giving*
*Donations up to $1,000 to QSB
1940s
Shirley & John Purkis ’48
1950s
Cecil Adams ’55
Grant Armstrong ’59
Lloyd Budgell ’59
Raymond Souch ’51
William Stokes ’54
Chris Trevor ’58
Anonymous
1960s
Daniel Atkinson ’69
Ronald Bisset ’66
David Crossley ’67
Richard Hale ’69*
Carole & Paul Kinnear ’63
Graham McCallum ’61
Scott Morley ’62
Stuart Proudfoot ’66
Peter Stuart ’65
Mary Jane & Douglas Tigert ’61
Ross Wilby ’60
Anonymous
1970s
Jack Alvo ’78
David Bialik ’76
Ronald Butler ’78
David Clare ’78
Pierre Clermont ’76
Robert Colwell ’72
John Connell ’71
Richard Foyston ’79
James Geddes ’75
James Gledhill ’71
Tony Hooper ’76
Mark Johnston ’77
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Patricia & Edward Klymko ’70
Drummond Macdougall ’77
John MacKay ’70
Mary McDonald ’77
& Frank J. Raymond
Mary McGurran ’74
Deborah McKay ’75
Peter & Barbara McWhirter ’78
Gail P. & David Morton ’73
Kelly & Robert Neale ’73
Harry Ort ’74
Joanne Pearce ’79
Clare Prendergast ’77
Bruce Raby ’75
Anne ’76 & Derek Riley ’76
Gary Thompson ’76
Daryl & Maxine Tuck ’74
John Wild ’78
William Wilson ’73
M. Christine Zufelt ’79
Anonymous (7)
1980s
Adele Arsenault ’84
Albert Aufleger ’85
David ’88 & Kimberley Bernaus ’94
Michael Boruszok ’83
Allan Brown ’88
Sandra & Philip Bunsick ’87
Susan Campbell ’86
Lawrence Cannon ’87
Jennifer Carver Wells ’88
Jake Chadwick ’83 & Mary Brierley
Scott Clark ’85
Jillian Craigie ’88
Ruth Cummings ’87
Michelle Daignault ’80
Junior Del Brocco ’88
Michael Detlefsen ’86
Kathryn & John Durdan ’88
Patricia Ewen ’86
Catherine & Joseph Faello ’83
Peter Foyston ’86
Joanne Gooding ’86
Jeffrey Hanley ’88
Lynn Hannah ’85
Laura Harbin ’88
Janet Hoadley-Redgwell ’81
John Humphrey ’84
Sandra ’83 & Edward Irwin ’83
Marjorie Johnston Crocker ’88
Marianne Kennedy Beaulne ’88
David & Stephani Kingsmill ’88
Diane Lahaie-Davidson ’88
& Robert Davidson
Ruth Lee ’87
Scott Lyons ’88
Winsor MacDonell ’88
Janice Mady♦ ’83
Carole Matear ’86
Dawn & Daniel Matte ’88
Anne ’85 & Alan Mayne ’85
Colleen McDonald ’88
Patricia McElheran-Jossinet ’87
Marcia McNabb ’88 & Nezam
Soltanzadeh
Thomas & Diane McNulty ’88
Andrew Mingay ’81
Gary Mistak ’81 & Susan Salter
John Newcombe ’85
Janice Nicholls ’80
Michael Organ ’88
David Prowten ’88
Brian & Janet Reesor ’88
Leslie Reynolds ’83
Paul Roach ’88
Jacqueline Roberge ’88
Clayton Rogers ’89*
Douglas Rowat ’83
David Scapillati ’88
Pearl Shiozaki ’83
Andrew Stafl ’86
♦
QSB/Queen’s faculty/staff (current and retired)
Robert Steffen ’86
Lisa Taylor ’81
John & Ellen Thompson ’83
Marek & Colette Ulanicki ’85
Albert Ullrich ’82
Elias & Nancy Vamvakas ’88
Susan Vardon ’88
Wendy♦ & Larry Walsh ’82
Peter Watson ’87 & Tracey BattWatson
Cameron Wiginton ’85
Kenneth♦ & Vilborg Wilson ’80
Norman Wright ’81
Anonymous (18)
1990s
Kevin Armitage ’93
Corry Bazley ’92
Geoffrey Behm ’95
Kimberley ’94 & David Bernaus ’88
Tracey Bissett ’97
Kristian Bonn ’97
Jennifer Bourgeois ’97
Donald Bowman ’93
Julie Breen ’96
Jeremy Butteriss ’97
Jacqueline Chilton ’93
Bailey Church ’96
Katherine & Stephen Church ’97
Heather Cooke ’90
Casey Cox ’95
Erin Crowe ’93
David Dalziel ’96
Michael Donovan ’97
John Ferren ’97
Donald Ford ’97
Michael Forzley ’97
Susan Gardiner ’90
Sarah Gibbings Kerr ’97 & Ross
Kerr
Hee-Suk Ham ’95
Jonathan Hamilton ’92 & Heidi
Miller
Elizabeth Harrington ’90
Steven Herzog ’94
Thomas Hong ’96 & Sherri Adams
Ellen Hunt ’92
David Jackson ’91
Juliet Jacobs ’92
Sharon Kan ’93
William LeMay ’93
Kathleen ’97 & Eric Leopold ’97
Michael & Lesley Lowes ’90
Gavin Muranaka ’96
Tracy Muxlow ’93
Bradley Norris ’96
Kristina Pearce ’92
& Daniel Pawliw ’92
Stephanie Pettit Peters ’93
Paul Potvin ’97
Theodore Poulos ’96
Stephanie Quig ’99
Holly Ramsden ’99 & Michael
Bussey ’97
Katharine Roberts Kociancic ’93
Dan Robertson♦ ’93
Ross Rowan-Legg ’97
Cynthia Schyff ’92
Mark Skeggs ’98
Bill Stamatis ’95
Tammy ’93 & Rusty Sutherland ’93
Jeremy & Stephanie Thompson ’95
Stephen Thompson ’91
Robert & Marcia Tupling ’96
Jo-Anne VanStrien ’91
Adit Vohra ’96
Amie Waite Larson ’97 & Cassidy
Larson
David Walsh ’94
Pamela Weeks ’98
Fraser Whale ’91
Sareena Wildberger ’92
Jeffrey Wordham ’95
Felix Wu ’94 & Valerie Lemant
Anonymous (6)
2000s
Jane Brean ’00
Shauna Burton ’04
Sharon Chiu ’08
Brendan Clarke ’00
John Coutts ’09
Andrea Davies ’04
Kimberley Davis ’01
Timothy Deacon ’00
Ivayla Dingilova ’09
Lauren Dmytrenko ’00
Warren Duffy ’07
Katherine Duncan ’03
Anamika Gadia ’04
Caroline Gibbings ’00
& Benjamin Mandell
Michelle Grant ’01
Ryan Greaves ’01
Barry Hall ’08
& Lezley Knowles-Hall
Claire & Tyler Hewlett ’01
Eddie Chuan-Shun Ho ’08
Nancy Hoo ’01
James Hunter ’09
Robert Kallio ’02
Jennifer Kao ’01 & Eugene Lei ’01
Anne Kozak ’03
& Blair Guilfoyle ’03
Morgan Lackenbauer ’03
Melanie Langill ’07
Clarisse Lau ’09
Robert Marsh ’07
Jennifer ’01 & John Medland ’01
Daniel Mondoux ’08
Jason Nardari ’01
Adrian Ng ’02
Lisa Orr ’01
David Power ’06
Matthew Price ’09
Jeremy Scheetz ’00
Allison Smith ’07
Andrew Smith ’05
Rebecca Tascona ’00
Jason Ward ’00
David Waugh ’08
Laura Webb ’09
Andrew Wicken ’01
Sarah Wickins ’04
Jennifer Willemse ’04
Anonymous (8)
♦
QSB/Queen’s faculty/staff (current and retired)
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Commerce students pledge $1.2M to Goodes Hall expansion
Commerce students have been showing their support for the Goodes Hall expansion by agreeing to pay an
optional annual fee of $97.50 that will generate $1.2 million over ten years. This initiative was spearheaded by
the Commerce’08s and continues to draw wide support.
Thanks to the following 797 Commerce students, from first to fourth year, who contributed more than
$77,700 to the new wing in 2013/2014.
Jacob Adams
Julie Adams
Kaivan Adjedani
Sofia Agromayor
Haris Ahmed
Shahaan Ahmed
Ryan Aimers
Isabelle Akerhielm
Christian Alaimo
Alexander Aleksic
Vanessa Alexopoulos
William Allen
Danielle Amirault
David Anderson
Sanziana Andreica
Brock Arbo
Alison Ardila
Thomas Arkless
Sascha Armour
Tina Asgharzadeh
Angelika Athanassoulias
Alexander Au
Amrithal Bachra
Liam Bannon
Rebecca Banyard
Jessica Barford
Melissa Barker
Andrew Barnes
John Barry
Nicholas Bartakovich
Drew Barvir
Marlon Bass
Andrew Bassin
Samuel Battista
Daniel Baum
Spencer Bayley
Wamiq Bazaz
Michelle Beal
Kristen Beatty
Kyle Beaudry
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Madeleine Beaudry
Brock Beckley
Nora Belanger
Catherine Bell
Charles Benson
Colin Bergman
Bryn Berry
James Bertrand
Adam Berze
Jamie Besner
Zoe Best
Adrien Bettio
Olivia Betts
Connor Bevans
Carli Bianchi
Alexandra Bishop
Branden Blunt
Viktoria Bobovskaia
Mikaela Bocking
Nigel Bocking
William Bocking
Paul Bodack
Blake Bogden
Scott Bogden
James Bolt
Hannah Bonneau
Advait Bopardikar
Krista Borzellino
Nikesh Bost
Matthew Boughner
Louis Bousquet
Michael Bozzo
Richard Brook
Kelsey Bruce
Deanna Buchhorn
Greg Buchner
Nicholas Buecking
Ellen Bursey
Mikaila Buszowski
Emma Butler
Alisa Buttar
Michelle Buttigieg
Jennifer Campbell
Sara Cantanna
Chad Carney
George Carr
Rebecca Carrique
Brittany Carter
Hannah Chafetz
Chloe Chan
David Chan
Echo Chan
Nerissa Chan
Jacqueline Chataway
Gursimar Chatha
Jack Cheesewright
Ningyuan Chen
Priscilla Chen
Siqi Chen
Xiao Chen
Robbie Cheng
Claire Cheng
Samneet Chepal
David Cherney
Lyndon Chiang
Brianna Chiu
Seung Choi
Shweta Choudhury
Henry Chow
Sonia Chowdhury
Sean Christopher
Jonathan Chu
Hayley Chung
Adam Clark
Mitchell Clarke
Jonathan Claxton
Dale Clinker
Quintin Coetzer
Alexandru Cojocaru
Samantha Colley
Jamie Cooper
Matthew Cooper
Zachary Cooper
Adam Cotterill
Hannah Cowan
Ionut Craciun
Kyla Craig
Nicola Craig
Nadia Credico
Alexander Cupillari
Alexander Curry
Clara Dagenais
Rachel D’Agostino
Jason Dale
Jacob Dancyger
Luciano D’Angelo
Kaivan Dashti
Jeremy Davies
Maggie-Jean Davies
Alexander Davis
Brandon Davis
James Davis
Susannah Davis
Andrew Dawson
Erik De Lorenzi
Alexandra De Rosa
Paul De Sadeleer
Tan Demirtas
James Dent
Victoria DeSousa
Lily Devins
Andrew Dolinski
Jessica Dolinski
Jingwen Dong
Kylie Doobenen
Tess Dookwah
Boulton Doolittle
Benjamin Doran
Albert Dorfman
Robert Dowler
Eric Down
Ivo Dramov
Simone Dreksler
Claire Droniuk
Yunheng Duan
Archit Dubey
Alexandre Dudelzak
Amanda Duma
Jordan Dunin
Daniel Eapen
Caitlin Early
Eric Scott Eden
Sam Edwardes
Deborah Efechaobor
David Eitel
Alexandra Ekiert
George Eliopoulos
Megan Ellis
Matthew Eng
Austin Evans
Heather Evans
Ryan Evans
Sarah Ewen
Michael Fallone
Hilary Farr
Roy Farrer
Shane Favit
Corinne Fealy
Gregory Fedele
Andrew Ferizovic
Jesse Ferras
Jack Ferris
Oriana Fiore
Kenard Fleming
Thomas Flynn
Justin Fong
Brennan Foo
Reid Foose
Julie Foster
Nikolas Fountas
Adrien Francoeur
Chelsea Frank
Lance Fraser
John French
Jan Friedli
Jonah Friedman
Michael Friedmann
Yuchan Fu
Andrew Fullerton
Sarah Fulton
Ryan Fung
Konner Fung Kee Fung
Kristine Gai
Stefan Gajewski
Joseph Galea
Nicholas Galle
Luke Galli
Mitchell Garvey
Bradley Gastman
Rosemary Gatenby
Cathay Ge
Shayne Gelbard
Jehan Ghandhy
Madelaine Gilberg
Andrew Giles
Rahul Gill
Brendan Ginn
Amelia Glancy
Julia Glynn
Corey Goldberg
Kaitlin Goodleaf
Daniel Gordon
Frosh Week – one of the traditions that distinguishes the Queen’s
Commerce experience. Since 2008, another tradition has been a campaign
to encourage students to contribute a $97.50 voluntary fee that will generate
$1.2M over 10 years for the new wing of Goodes Hall that opened in 2012.
Cayley Goschen
Kristin Gottschalk
Hayden Gould
Michael Gracie
Christopher Grant
Dixon Grant
Gurjot Grewal
Lukas Grey
James Griffin
Madeleine Griffith
Sam Griffiths
Beata Grobman
Sarah Gross
Spencer Gudewill
Julia Guenther
Rachel Ha
Lukas Haas
River Habermehl Hatt
Kurt Hackenberger
Matthew Haffey
Abigail Haines
Kathryn Hajjar
Isabelle Hall
Kendra Halman
Kirsten Hamilton
Sui Yuan Han
Jacqueline Hanson
Devin Hao
Marisa Harder
Colin Harding
Nicholas Hart
Ryan Hartvich
Sean Harvey
Craig Hasler
Tea Haxhillari
Caroline Hayes
Jack Hayward
Chuan He
Cole Heideman
Matthew Heideman
Chase Heinemann Maze
Justin Herlick
Emma Herron
Mackenzie Hewitt
Anthony Ho
Jeffrey Hocevar
Sean Hoey
Trevor Hoff
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Keith Hoffman
Melissa Holbrook
Nicholas Holland
Michael Holley
Joseph Hollis
Linna Hong
Laura Hoogstraten
Christopher Houston
Logan Houston
Caileigh Howieson
Caroline Hua
Kristin Hudon
Allison Hudson
Elise Hudson
Melissa Hudson
Thomas Hughes
Eve Hurowitz
Alexander Hutcheon
Eun Hwang
Ellen Hyslop
Katarina Ignjatic
Ji Won Im
Brandon Ing
Tatiana Isaza
Emily Ishoj
Scott Issett
Ashley Itzcovitch
Zachary Janes
Rui Xi Ji
Joshua Jia
Dongfan Jiang
Youngwoo Jin
Fraser Johnson
Graham Joiner
Cameron Jones
Connor Jones
Megan Judges
Amit Kalra
Anna Kaltakjian
Jay Kaminski
Mathew Kaminski
Vikram Kandeth
Michael Karp
Adam Kavanagh
Neel Kawale
Kaitlin Kawzenuk
James Kay
Jonathan Keilhauer
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Patrick Kelley
Maegan Kelly
Tanner Kelly
David Keon
Leandra Keren
Chelsea Kerr
Thomas Kewley
Muhammad Khan
Chanshik Kim
Jason Kim
David King
Nicole Kipp
Alexander Kiriakou
Lea Kirkconnell
Connor Kitchen
Vanessa Kolias
Andrew Kosc
Daniel Kostiw-Schvester
Carolyn Kosturik
Eric Kouri
Wendy Kovacaj
Holly Koval
Amy Kraemer
Marissa Krausz
Katarina Krsikapa
Alia Kuksis
Samir Kulkarni
Aashna Kumar
Arun Kuruganti
Alison Kwok
Christopher Labelle
Nurisha Ladak
Daniella Laferriere
Mason Laframboise
Douglas Lai
Erica Lai
Jaimie Laing
Natalie Laing
Sarah Laird
Chelsea Lam
David Lam
Jennifer Larose
Anna Laskaris
Andrea Lau
Chester Lau
Marisa Law
Sabrina Law
Adam Le Dain
Adam Lee
Allan Lee
Brittany Lee
Ethan Lee
Kelsey Lee
Kwanhee Lee
Mirae Lee
Rachel Lee
Trina Lee
Calvin Leong
Edward Leung
Alexander Levy
Harrison Levy
Chantel Lewis
David Lewis
Parker Lewis
Connie Li
Nathan Li
Vincent Li
Sarah Liderri
Lara Liebovitz
Eric Lim
Victor Lim
Cameron Lindsay
Nathan Linton
Katherine Little
Thomas Little
Jenny Liu
Jia Liu
Michelle Liu
Yaonan Liu
Yun Liu
Jonah Livingston
Patrick Livingston
Katherine Lloyd
Shannon Lochead
David Loney
Connor Long
Diana Lough
Mark Louie
Abraham Lozano
Austin Lubitz
Andre Luk
Aiden Lupyrypa
Stephanie Lusignan
Yu Shuo Ma
James Macdonald
Katherine Macdonald
Robert MacDonald
Scott MacDonell
Ryan MacDougall
Emma Macintosh
Douglas Mackenzie
James Macvicar
Kerry Maguire
Alexander Mahoney
Jennifer Mak
Samir Makim
Coleman Mallery
Brian Maloney
Kyle Maloney
Brendan Manley
Michael Manojlovich
Oleksiy Marchenko
Viktoriya Marchenko
Robert Marks
Elida Marotta
Christina Marr
Sawyer Marsh
Thomas Marshall
Sydney Mascard
Benjamin Mason
Thomas Mason
Michael Mastrella
Bogdan Mateescu
Nicholas Matta
Matthew Maudsley
Andrew Mavety
Sidney Mcandrew
Daniel Mcconnell
Emma Mcdonald
James Mcdonald
Kimberly McDougall
Taylor Mcdowall
Jeffrey McFarland
Michael McGill
Andrew Mcglennon
Parker Mckibbon
Daphne McLarty
Kelly Mclarty
Roslyn McLarty
Brianna McLaughlin
Cassandra McMeekan
Luke Mcquilkin
Alexander Mcrae
Victoria Medeiros
Anastasia Megan
Aparajita Mehra
Samuel Menard
Ashton Menuz
Caitlin Mercer
Caroline Mierins
Matthew Miklas
Ciara Milanetti-Hunt
Michael Milazzo
Joella Miller
Maxwell Milligan
Jane Mills
Michael Mingay
Danielle Minnett
Andrew Miskiewicz
Justin Moll
Rachel Momot
Joline Moore
Sarah Moore
Ashley Moraca
Felipe Moretzsohn
Joanna Moroz
Daniel Morris
Matthew Morrison
Scott Morrison
Tyler Morrison
Alexander Morsink
Kateleine Morsink
Dominic Moscarello
Elia Moscovitz
Lindsay Mosher
Justin Moulton
Patrick Moumdjian
Graham Mount
Michael Mullins
Griffin Murphy
Samantha Murphy
Sara Murphy
Victoria Murphy
William Murphy
Keenan Murray
Stefanie Mutheardy
John Myers
Mathieu Myre
Meghna Nagpal
Stea Nanushi
Hamza Naqi
Hyla Nayeri
Dale Nerland
Naomi Ng
Michelle Nguyen
Carly Nicholson
Stephen Nishida
Teryn O’Byrne
Ryan O’Driscoll
Juntaek Oh
Erin O’Handley
Melissa Oliphant
Tara Oliphant
Emma Oliver
Christopher O’Neill
Benjamin Oppenheimer
Jonathon Orecchio
Katherine O’Reilly
Rachel Orr
Michael Osborne
Andrew Oskroba
Taylor Ostoich
Hana Oudeh
Anna Pakenham
Tony Pan
Arzina Pandjou
Brittany Pantalone
Joshua Parada
Jaqueline Pare
Da Seul Park
Lauren Park
Shin Park
Alana Paterson
Cameron Patkos
Sydney Patterson
William Patterson
Jose Pauig
Rayna Pearlson
Erica Pearson
Robyn Pearson
Kristen Pegg
Lindsay Pellett
Nicole Perez
Gregory Perron
Ali Persiko
Jessica Peters
Andy Pham
Laura Phillips
Laura Pickard
Cameron Piening
Emily Pile
Borna Pir Zadeh
Shamir Pira
Ryan Pistorius
Austin Porter
Sean Poter
Claire Potvin
Nicholas Power
Anna Premyslova
Cameron Prouse
Connor Provost-Brophy
Charlie Prussky
Rene Puerta
Xinyi Qiu
Jordan Rakhra
Kristine Ramsbottom
Vasanth Ranganathan
Margaret Ranson
Nicole Rasmussen
Vaughan Rawes
Sarah Ray
Tyler Ray
Kerry Readwin
Charles Reese
Sarah Reeve
Matthew Reeves
Russell Reeves
Spencer Relph
Matthew Renzoni
Taylor Resnick
Alexander Riccardi
Aaron Richler
Adrienne Rinne
Maximillian Ripper
Connor Ritchie
Ellen Ritchie
Audrey Roane
Deyell Robinson
Emily Robinson
Nicholas Rogers
John Rolland
Marc Romanin
Evan Romano
Caitlin Ronald
Rosalind Ross
Benjamin Rossetto
Lydia Rowe
Zachary Russo
Erin Saliba
Lauren Sanders
Michelle Sansom
Nicholas Sarjeant
Rohan Sarna
Kendra Saunders
Katherine Saychuk
Spencer Schaan
Alexandra Schaerer
Thomas Schneider
Patrick Schoening
Jennifer Schreurs
Nolan Schwab
Alexander Scott
The Goodes Hall expansion opened for business on Sept. 14, 2012,
thanks in part to Commerce students who pledged their support.
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Katherine Scott
Zachary Scott
Yarin Sekler
Evan Sequeia
Jessica Sermer
Duncan Seston
Elise Sethna
Michaela Shackleton
Bradley Shafran
Aakash Shah
Alison Shamie
Sonia Shanbag
Kathryn Shaw
Jacob Shepherd
Meaghan Shepherd
Joshua Sherkin
Erin Shin
Russell Shirra
Azizali Shivji
Kerry Shoalts
Akashdip Sidhu
Amy Sigurdson
Kathryn Sikorski
Aaron Silins
William Sinclair
Ethaniel Singal
Christine Sirois
Stephen Smart
Ryne Smetheram
Christopher Smith
Joshua Smith
Samantha Snedden
Remi Soare
Filip Soczewski
Matthew Soegtrop
Alyssa Spagnolo
Stephanie Spagnolo
Yannik Spang
Michael Spriet
Hayley Square
Madeleine Staines
Matthew Stairs
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Matthew Stechyson
Graham Steele
Stephanie Stevens
Melanie Stone
Zachary Suchanek
Lauren Sudeyko
Rafiq Suleman
Keir Sullivan
Erik Sultmanis
David Symmonds
Cyrus Symoom
Catherine Szendrey
Alexander Tait
Chloe Tait
Celine Tarrant
Larissa Taylor
Lauren Taylor
Zachary Teicher
Hayleigh Telesnicki
Teague Thackway
Kelsey Thompson
Kelly Thomson
McKenzie Thomson
Alexandra Thorn
Daniel Throop
Matthew Timbrell
Bradley Timmings
Geoffrey Timmons
Bilge Tokmakci
Robert Tomalty
Jordan Tomas
Erin Tomie
Jaclyn Tong
Maxwell Townsend
Zachary Train
Luca Trisi
Kegan Turcotte
Sara Tyler
William Upans
Curtis Urbanowicz
Graydon Ursel
Steeve Vakeeswaran
Bronwyn Valentine
Tegan Valentine
Jonathan Valeriati
Jennifer Van Der Wee
Ryan Van Huuksloot
Cole VandenBygaart
Alessia Vettese
Andrew Vettese
Eric Vice
Julie Vincent
Troy Wagner
Jacob Wain-Lowe
Austin Walker
Michael Walker
Anna Wall
Thomas Wall
Mackenzie Wallster
Enci Wang
Jing Wang
Xinying Wang
Yiti Wang
Ryan Ward
Shauna Waters
Graham Watt
Riley Webb
Matthew Welstead
Tyler Whealy
Tyler Whitney
Michael Whynot
Heather Wilcocks-Gynn
Connor Wilkinson
Colin Williams
Julia Williamson
David Wilson
Joshua Wine
Agnes Wong
Jeremy Wong
Kelly Wong
Lauren Wong
Michael Wong
Yan Wong
Olivia Woods
Oliver Wookey
Nicholas Wooster
Daniel Worswick
Alan Wren
Alexander Wright
Austin Wright
Leah Wright
Beihan Wu
Corey Wu
Diane Wu
Szu-Han Wu
Lianna Wylie
Yong Xiao
Annie Xiong
Yi Xiong
Hang Xu
Jason Xu
Jonathan Yan
Jordan Yee
Julie Yip
Evan Young
Maria Yu
Suzanne Zaffino
Marco Zanette
William Zed
Rebecca Zentner-Barrett
Anthony Zerr
Jonathan Zhang
Xincheng Zhang
Xinyi Zhang
Xinyue Zhang
Yining Zhang
Mohan Zhao
Lucy Zheng
Sirui Zhong
Lana Zhou
Yiyun Zhou
Benjamin Zhu
Emily Zufelt
Somer Zuiker
Alex Zulys
MBA, Master of International Business and Master of Finance Giving*
*Donations of $1,000+ to QSB
MBA
1960s
Graham Farquharson ’69
Lucien Lieberman ’63
Candace & David McConomy♦ ’69
Melvyn Swain '62
1970s
David Campbell ’74
Edward Chase ’70
John Coke ’79
Brigita Gravitis-Beck ’78
Samuel Gudewill ’79
Ethel Patterson ’81
& Michael Bandzierz ’80
Sally Peterson ’88
& Bryan Pearson ’88
Margot Roberts ’88
& David Williamson
Kathryn & John See ’81
Marilyn & Derek Sutton ’83
Jeremy Walker ’88
Sheila Cooke-Witt ’83
& Karsten Witt ’83
William Yu ’87 & Diana Liu
Evagelos Alexopoulos ’13
Anonymous (3)
Mario Centeno ’14
1990s
Rinaldo Angelicola ’14 & Ana Luiza
Rime Melaragni
Pierre Auger ’14 & Natalia Murillo
James Awad ’14
Srin Bhashyam ’14
Robert Sean Britton ’14
& Ginette LeRoux
Melanie & Casey Dean Burgess ’14
Ana & Stewart Campbell ’14
Gonzalo Campos ’14
Vincent Shu-Yi Chang ’14
& Minnie Hu
Marc Brunet ’92
June Chen ’12
Kathryn & David Carey ’94
Jason Manning Cole ’14
James Keohane ’79
Michael Chan ’94
& Donna Townsend
Kyle Delisle ’13
Jim Leech ’73
Cathy & Alfred Hendry ’99
Stephen Lloyd ’79
Aaryn Flynn ’14
Martin Kon ’96
Pat & Ian Macdonald ’74
Ramaneet Gakhal ’14
Anonymous (2)
Nitin Gandhi ’13
Paul Hand ’73 & Vicki Gilliatt Hand
Glynis Anne Henry ’78
Helen B. & John McKay ’71
Len Morrow ’72
Angela & Brian Walsh ’76
Virginia Welsman ’77
Jos Wintermans ’72
1980s
2000s
Michael MacSween ’07
2010s*
*As recent grads, this section reflects all donations
Shaun Cahill♦ ’10
Michael Brown ’85
Jean-Rene Carle-Mossdorf ’10
Donald Cranston ’85
Timothy Julien ’10
Ian Dawson ’85
Robert McIntosh♦ ’12
Jerry del Missier ’87
Sean Smith ’11
Monika Federau ’88
Peter Szaflarski ’12
Jamie Hanna ’85
Anonymous
Hugh Helferty ’85
Giri Dharan ’13
Si Zhu Gao ’14 & Qi Fang Zheng
Alina & Jomo Green ’14
Pierre Guay ’14
Rohit Gupta ’13
Michael Hall ’13
Charles Hastey ’13
Rick Hatswell ’14
David Hayes ’14
Suneet & Kanwar Hazrah ’13
Elliot Hickey ’12
Allison C Hill ’14
Cody Hozack ’14
Kenneth & Abimbola Ifidon ’14
Gregory L Jackson ’14
Michael Lomas ’82
Janet Mann ’84
CQ-EMBA
Kim McKenzie ’85
& Stephen Landry ’85
Amir Adab ’13
Amit Akhouri ’14
Martin Jarry ’14
Chakradhar Kallamadi ’14
David Keller '14
♦
QSB faculty/stafff
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My experiences at QSB have been lifechanging. Entering the MBA Program
(after an academically uninspiring
undergraduate experience elsewhere),
I was inspired to achieve academic
success beyond my wildest dreams
by such professors as Bob Crandall,
the late Norm Macintosh and Carl
Lawrence. Scholarships received in my
second year provided financial support
that made my first year of married life
much easier.
Then, after a 25-year career in the
high-tech sector, I was invited to return
to QSB to teach. This experience has
been incredibly fulfilling — the students
are awe-inspiring and help keep me
feeling young.
My support for QSB, both financial
and through teaching, enables me to
give back to the best business school in
Canada, if not the world.
David McConomy, MBA’69
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Master of International
Business
David Lee ’13
Amber Pastoor ’14
Denisa Leka ’14
Uttara Prasad ’14
Michael Li ’13
Edith Robinson ’13
Victor Lillo ’14
Danette Marie Romard ’14
Ronald Madore ’14
Luarne & Aaron Sani ’14
Master of Finance
Rini & Arindam Maitra ’14
Thomas Stanford Jr. ’12
Ralitza Perduhova ’14
Trevor Mazarura ’14
Christopher Teare ’14
John McGilvary ’14
Christine & Michael Teshima ’14
Adrian Mitchell ’12
Tyler W. Tollefson ’12
Landon Modien ’12
Rukevwe Uvbiama ’14
Lillian & Jeffrey Moore ’14
Sheetal ’14 & Milan Vyas ’11
Mohammad Movassaghi ’13
Jeff Wigmore ’14
Rachel Mozdy ’11
Ramakishore Yelamanchilli ’14
Krista & Andrew Murphy ’14
Qun Zhao ’14
Vinay Nilakantan ’14
Yi Zhou ’13
Nayra Enyonam Otinkorang ’14
Anonymous (12)
Laura Webb ’11
♦
QSB faculty/stafff
MBA, MSc and PhD Giving*
*Donations up to $1,000 to QSB
1960s
Ernest Jury ’62
David Ling ’65
Nancy & Patrick McCue ’63
Fredric Roskin ’67
Anonymous
1970s
Kathleen & Stephen Anderson ’70
Pierre Brunet ’72
Gary Denys ’76
Richard Hale ’70*
Marion & John Kerr ’73
Glenn MacSweyn ’77
James McGivern ’70
Barbara & Peter McWhirter ’79
David Ngo ’76
Sharon & John Ritchie ’73
Linda & James Tang ’71
John Watson ’70
Anonymous (5)
1980s
Stephen Anema ’81
James Colby ’85 & Lynn Southcott
Deanna & Donald Chu ’87
Janet Draper ’84
Carolyn Everson ’88
Michael Freeman ’88
Arvindar Gei ’89
Richard Hallson ’87
2000s
Elaine ’80 & Ian Ladd ’80
Alexander Morrison ’89
Marion & Charles Mossman ’83
Stephen Pathak ’82
Kalim Shah ’87
Stephen & Janice Stairs ’84
Dan Stevens ’83
Ellen & John Thompson ’83
Colette & Marek Ulanicki ’86
John Vermeer ’84
Timothy Wardrop ’81
Kevin Weppler ’89
Anonymous (4)
1990s
Michael Burns ’94
Kimberley Clark ’08
Michael Donovan ’05
Ryan Greaves ’07
Barry Grundy ’02
Eric Lavoie ’03
Shauna & Gregory Lord ’03
Andrew Matthews ’08
Helen McLellan ’01
Yim Ng ’09 & Sau Mei Siu
Leigh Popov ’07
Joel Sanders ’00
Rebecca Tascona ’05
Vincent Valenti ’07
Anonymous
MSc
Kent Campbell ’96
Alexander Clarke ’90
Barclay Cuthbert ’93
Andrew Smith ’09
PhD
Elaine Dale ’94
Edward Enge ’99
Bruce Enstone ’96
Dufferin Friesen ’96
David Gauthier ’97
Timothy Jones ’03
George Lan ’91
Leighann Neilson ’06
Catherine ’90 & Russell Hughes ’90
Laura Macdougall ’93
Salman Mufti♦ ’97
Gordon Parr ’95
Hisako & David Pullman ’94
Paul Robins ’97
William Sparks ’91
Anonymous (4)
♦
QSB faculty/stafff
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Class Gifts
Homecoming 2013 gift presentations
John Purkis presents the Commerce
1948 class gift to Dean David Saunders
on behalf of his classmates. Continuing
a long-standing class tradition, the
BCom’48 gift will fund awards for
students entering the first year of the
Commerce program.
John Langhorne (left) and Ian Friendly
present the BCom’83 class gift, which
was directed toward the BCom’83
Faculty Fellowship. This year, the
fellowship was awarded to Professor
Laurence Ashworth to support his
research on consumer psychology.
The class gift in honour of the BCom’88’s
25th anniversary reunion also commemorated
the memory of two classmates, Margie Philp
and Christopher Verney. Special guests at the
Homecoming Brunch were Margie’s mother,
Catherine Philp (third from left), and brother
John Philp (far left), shown with Reunion and
Class Giving leaders (from left) Dave Prowten,
Craig Hutchison, Dean David Saunders, Nicola
von Schroeter, Mike Quinn and Chris Clubb.
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Sally Peterson and Bryan Pearson perform the
honours in presenting the MBA’88 class gift,
which established the MBA 1988 Scholarship
for students entering the Queen’s full-time
MBA program.
Dan Wilton (middle) and Tracy Muxlow (right)
proudly display the cheque representing their class
gift, which supports the BCom’93 Award. This
long-standing award helps qualified students in
financial need enroll in the Commerce program.
Gifts from graduating classes
Paul Roman (left) Director of CornellQueen’s EMBA, Nayra Otinkorang, and Si
Zhu Gao, Class Valedictorian, celebrate the
accomplishments of the Cornell-Queen’s
Executive program graduating Class of 2014
at a Convocation cocktail reception in Goodes
Hall. Class Agents Nayra Otinkorang and Allison
Hill motivated their classmates to give, achieving
a 75% participation rate and raising a total of
$35,642 within a short time period.
Amy Amodeo and Comm’14 Class President
Jordan Vandenberg present their graduating class
gift to Dean David Saunders at a pre-Convocation
reception in June. This gift helped fund the
installation of a stock ticker in Goodes Hall and
supports QSB Student Exchange Awards.
To initiate or contribute to a class
fund, please contact Shelley Hamill
at [email protected]
or 855.572.1536.
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Gifts from Friends — Faculty, Staff, Students and Friends
The following list recognizes faculty, staff, students and friends who donated to Queen’s School of Business
between May 1, 2013 and April 30, 2014.
Christine & George Alexopoulos
John Clappison
A. Jennie Gray♦
Virginia Atkin & Keith
Ambachtsheer
John Clarry
Lucy Greene
Jamie & Patsy Anderson, BAH’75
Jim Connacher
Malcolm Hamilton, BScH’72
♦
Sara & Peter Copestake , BA’78
Brendan & Catherine Hancharek
Charles Baillie , LLD’00
John M. Davison
Helen Handfield-Jones
Dominic Barton
Elvio DelZotto
Tennys & J. Douglas Hanson
♦
Robert Bell
Jessica & Jayson Duggan, BA’95
Sandra Hardy
Jalynn Bennett
Douglas Emerson
Jan & Bill Hatanaka
John Bergsma
Estate of Margaret Case Small
Martin Hicks
Bob Bertram
Estate of Margaret Eleanor
Fleming
Dalal & Ziad Hindo
Timothy Hodgson
Sheila R. Block
Estate of Archibald Robson Smith,
BSc(Eng)’42
W. R. Blundell
Steve Faraone
RitaSue Bolton, MPA’92, BEd’98
& Curtis Bolton, BEd’74
Anthony Fell
Frances Booth, BA’46
William Braithwaite
Maureen Flanagan
& David Denison
John Brennan
Pat & Brian Flood
Lynda & Russ Bruch
Roger Garland
Daniel Burns, BAH’70
Meg Gemmill & William Silver
Ana Maria & Donald Carty,
BAH’68, LLD’01
Janet & Gerard Glynn,
MSc(Eng)’85
Yolande Chan♦
Marianne Gouras & Ron Mock
Stephen Lee, BScH’87
Allison Chang
Douglas Grant
Harold Lenfesty
♦
Barbara Black & Robert McFarland
♦
William Blake
Ann Finlayson
A gift from an anonymous donor has made possible the introduction
of the Living Case method to enhance the learning experience of our
students. The Living Case approach integrates timely, real-world
information into an electronic format that is extremely flexible and
can be enhanced and updated as situations evolve in real time. This September, we are excited to bring a series of living
cases and real-time analytical-based exercises to our students. It’s a transformative and unique teaching approach that brings
relevant content into the classroom and ensures that QSB
remains at the forefront of innovative teaching.
Assistant Professor Gary Bissonette,
Living Case project faculty lead
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Russell Hiscock
Leslie Johnson, LLB’90
Kenneth Johnston, BAH’97
Melissa Kennedy
Peter Kissick♦, LLB’88, LLM’98
Tom Knowlton
Wayne Kozun
Claude Lamoureux
Jen Laurette♦
Timothy Laurie, BAH’97
Ralph E. Lean, QC
BCom’14, ’15, ’16 & ’17
students take the pledge
A campaign started by the BCom’08s
continues to garner support from
Commerce students across all years
of the program. Hundreds have
contributed an optional annual fee of
$97.50 that will generate $1.2M over
10 years for the new wing of Goodes
Hall that opened in 2012.
For a complete list of the names of
Commerce students who have pledged
their support, visit qsb.ca/pledge2014
Jan & Chun-Wei Liao
Michael Nobrega
David W. Smith
Donald Lindsay, BSc(Eng)’80
Cathal O’Connor
Stuart H.B. Smith
Christie MacInnes
& Tom Scheibelhut
Kathleen O’Neill & Anthony Daley
Patti & Sandy Staples♦
Alan Paterson, BSc(Eng)’85
Daniel F. Sullivan
Hugh G. Mackenzie
Karen Pearman BA’81
John Sullivan
George Mann
Darlene Pearson
& Steven Overgaard
Sue & Bill Swinimer
Jan & Brian Marchant♦, BA’99
Louis Martel
Colleen & Richard Peddie
Peter & Connie Todd, BA’92
Doug McAndless
Ross Peebles
Jean Turmel
Andrew McCall, BA’85
Carol Petter, BA’81, MPA’95,
& Robert Petter, MEd’82
Erol Uzumeri
Rosemarie McClean
Nancy McFadden, BAH’74, BEd’76,
& Douglas McFadden, LLB’75
Tammie Plouffe
David McGraw
Margot Potter, BA’83,
& Richard Willoughby, LLB’85
William McKenzie, BSc(Eng)’48
Dean McKeown♦, BAH ’92,
MPA ’13
Debby Pollit & Michael Davis
Frank Pottow
William Swirsky
Frank Vettese
Lorie Waisberg
John Warwick
Paul Weiss
Margaret Wilson
Libby & Chuck Winograd
Monica & Douglas McLarty,
BScH’79, LLB’89
Catherine Purcell♦, BScH’78,
BEd’85, MEd’98
& Michael Purcell, BSc(Eng)’75
Debra & David McQuilkin
William Quinn
Sonia & Wes Wong
Michelle & Patrick Meneley
Terrance Reid
Ron Wratschko
Eileen Mercier
Ariella Rohringer & Earl Rotman
Muriel & Michael Wissell
Marie & David Wizinsky
Sharon Mey & Tom Anselmi
Laurie Ross , MPA’07
Tammy Wu, BA’13,
& Douglas Wu, BScH’96
Marcia Moffat & Mark Wiseman,
BA’92
Bruce Rothney
Eric Xiao
Steven Salterio♦
Bill Morneau
David M. Saunders♦
& Susan Bartholomew♦
Barbara Zvan-Watson
& Bill Watson
Melanie & Peter Munk
Sheila Anne Murray, BNSc’59,
MPA’91, & Robert Murray,
BSc(Eng)’57
♦
Susan & W. Richard Silver
Anonymous (33)
♦
QSB/Queen’s faculty/stafff (current and retired)
Jeffrey Singer
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Corporate and Foundation Donors – Lifetime
$3,000,000+
BMO Financial Group*
Chartered Professional
Accountants of Ontario
$100,000 - $249,999
Accenture Inc. & Accenture
Charitable Foundation
Unilever Canada Inc. *
$25,000 - $49,999
Cogeco Cable Canada Inc.
Allard Foundation Ltd.
Ernst & Young LLP*
Barrick Gold Corporation
General Mills Foundation*
Cadillac Fairview Corp. Limited
Geoffrey H. Wood Foundation
Export Development Canada
Princess Street Club
General Electric Canada Inc.*
Sun Life Financial Inc.*
IBM Canada Ltd. *
The Calgary Foundation
Imperial Oil Foundation
The John Dobson Foundation
ITAC
Kraft Canada Inc.
The Joseph S. Stauffer Foundation
MBK Partners
Mackenzie Investments
The Ralph M. Barford Foundation
McKinsey & Company Inc.
Xerox Canada Inc.
Mercer (Canada) Ltd.
Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce
Scotiabank
Pfizer Consumer Group*
$500,000 - $999,999
KPMG LLP & The KPMG
Foundation*
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Procter & Gamble Inc.*
& P&G Fund
RBC, RBC Foundation
& RBC Dominion Securities
Suncor Energy Foundation*
The Melvin R. Goodes Family
Foundation Inc.
$50,000 - $99,999
$250,000 - $499,999
Providence Equity Partners LLC
SeaBoard Group
Financial Post
Shell Canada Limited*
Goldman Sachs & Co.*
The Woodbridge Corporation
Japan Foundation
Maple Leaf Foods Inc.
Bell Canada*
Margaret & Wallace McCain
Foundation
Chubb Insurance Company of
Canada*
Merrill Lynch Canada Inc.
Nissan Canada
Deloitte LLP
& Deloitte Foundation Canada
PepsiCo Foundation*
Henry White Kinnear Foundation
Royal Trust Company
HSBC Bank Canada
Sceptre Investment Counsel
Limited
Nexen Inc.*
QCED Inc.
The Leonard & Evelyn Lauder
Foundation
Nortel Networks Corporation
Birch Hill Equity Partners
Armstrong Family Foundation
CARA
Monitor Company
Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Great-West Life Assurance Co.
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Toronto-Dominion Bank
Ambac Assurance Corp.
Britton Smith Foundation
$1,000,000 - $2,999,999
The Molson Donations Fund *
Queen’s Commerce Society
The Felicia & Arnold Aaron
Foundation
The MasterCard Foundation*
*Matching gift program
Mackenzie Investments’ $500,000 gift boosts
student-run portfolio at QSB
The Queen’s University Investment Counsel (QUIC),
a student-run investment portfolio at QSB, in March
received a gift of $500,000, along with mentorship
support, from Mackenzie Investments, one of Canada’s
leading investment firms. This donation nearly doubled
the assets in QUIC’s portfolio, enabling more students to
participate.
Founded in 2003, QUIC managed a notional investment
portfolio until 2010, when QSB seeded the fund with $500,000
and the Counsel was structured as an unincorporated asset
manager. The original portfolio is now valued at $693,000.
With the donation from Mackenzie Investments, QUIC
will establish a second new equity portfolio, which will
focus on world equities. This new portfolio will also enable
QUIC to add eight positions to its current membership of 25
undergraduate portfolio managers and analysts. In addition
to the financial donation, Mackenzie Investments will also
provide mentorship by offering internships and staff expertise
as judges and speakers at QUIC events.
Visit www.quiconline.com to learn more about QUIC,
track the progress of its investments and read its 2013/14
Annual Report.
QUIC CEO Ben Goharian,
BCom’14 (left), with Jeff
Carney, BCom’84, President
& CEO, Mackenzie Financial
Corporation
Corporate and Foundation Annual Giving
The following list recognizes corporations and foundations that contribute to Queen’s School
of Business between May 1, 2013 and April 30, 2014.
Armstrong Family Foundation
BMO Financial Group*
Barrick Gold Corporation
BC Partners Foundation (US) Inc.
Bell Canada
Birch Hill Equity Partners
Cadillac Fairview Corp Limited
Caisse de depot et placement du
Quebec
Canadian Imperial Bank of
Commerce
Canadian Pension & Benefits Institute
Chartered Professional Accountants
of Ontario
Chubb Insurance Company of
Canada*
Corning Incorporated Foundation
Credit Suisse Securities (Canada) Inc.
Deloitte Foundation Canada
Ernst & Young LLP*
ExperiencePoint Inc.
General Mills Foundation*
Genworth Financial Mortgage
Geranium Homes (Ninth Line)
Limited
Goldman Sachs Canada Inc.
Goodmans LLP
Hansell LLP
HSBC Bank Canada
IBM Canada Ltd.
Jarislowsky Foundation
KPMG LLP & The KPMG
Foundation*
Mackenzie Investments
Merchant Service Group LLC
Nexen Inc.
MBK Partners
OC Tanner Recognition Company
Limited
P&G Fund*
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Providence Equity Partners LLC
QCED Inc.
Queen’s Women’s Association
Rhone Group LLC
Scotiabank
Spencer Stuart & Associates
(Canada) Ltd.
The Hershey Company
The Joseph S. Stauffer Foundation
The MasterCard Foundation*
The Peter and Melanie Munk
Foundation
The Ralph M. Barford Foundation
Suncor Energy Foundation*
The Woodbridge Corporation
Torquest Holdings Inc.
Torys LLP
*Matching gift program
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Corporate and Foundation Annual Giving (continued)
Bill Stamatis, BCom’95, Deloitte Partner (at centre), celebrates
with award recipients at a reception in Toronto in May. Deloitte LLP
and employees have committed $400,000 to the Deloitte Global
Development Award. Pictured with Bill are third-year Commerce
students (from left) Arun Thiru, Melody Zhang, Landon Bahrey,
Rosana Li, Taranjit Randhawa, and Helena Li.
I was once told that
experiences are the best gifts,
because the memories that
result endure so much longer
than the lustre of new material
objects. That’s what I’ve been
given— the opportunity to
go on an amazing adventure
on exchange to the National
University of Singapore and
build experiences that will
create memories that will last
a lifetime. I am truly grateful
for the generous support of the
Deloitte Global Development
Award. I hope one day to be
in the position to pass along a
similar gift.
Arun Thiru, Comm’16
Matching Gifts
The following companies and foundations made matching gifts to Queen’s School of Business
in fiscal year 2013/2014, totaling $197,300.
BMO Financial Group
Bell Canada
Chubb Insurance Company of
Canada
Corning Incorporated Foundation
Ernst & Young LLP
General Mills Foundation
Genworth Financial Mortgage
Maximize your contribution
Did you know that many companies, large and
small, will partially or fully match your gift to Queen’s
School of Business? To find out if your employer
has a matching gift program, simply check with your
human resources department or visit
www.matchinggift.com/canada/queens
For further information, please contact
[email protected] or 855.572.1536.
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IBM Canada Ltd.
P&G Fund
The Hershey Company
The KPMG Foundation
WAYS TO GIVE
Online
To make a secure donation online, simply visit
www.givetoqueens.ca/qsb
By phone
Call 1.800.267.7837 to make a donation over the
phone using your credit card. Please specify that
you would like your gift to benefit Queen’s School
of Business, and note if you wish to direct your
gift to a specific investment priority.
In person
To present your gift in person, please visit us on the
Queen’s campus at the Development and Alumni
Relations office (Room 294) in Goodes Hall.
By mail
Please make your cheque payable to Queen’s
University and send it to:
Queen’s School of Business
Development and Alumni Relations
Goodes Hall, Queen’s University
Kingston, ON K7L 3N6
Give a gift of securities
There are considerable tax advantages to
making a gift of appreciated securities
(stocks and bonds). You and your broker can
electronically transfer these types of gifts into
the Queen’s account.
Please contact [email protected]
for more information.
2:1 Matching gifts from
your employer
Many companies have a program that will
partially or fully match your gift to Queen’s
School of Business. To find out if your employer
has a matching gift program, check with your
human resources department, or visit
www.matchinggifts.com/canada/queens
International giving
U.S.-bas ed alumni and their relatives can make
donations directly to Queen’s University under
the Canada-United States Income Tax Convention.
For other international giving, please contact us or
consult your financial planner.
To direct your donation to a specific investment
priority, please include a note to that effect
in your envelope.
Remembering QSB in your will
You may choose to make a bequest to the school
through your will or gift a life insurance policy to
the school. Please contact Catherine Purcell for
more details at [email protected]
Contact Us
www.qsb.ca/invest
[email protected]
613-533-6480 or 1-855-572-1536
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Thank you Alumni Volunteers!
Hundreds of alumni donated their valuable time to numerous initiatives, events and activities
in support of the school. Programs for students — including conferences and competitions,
mentoring, career support and recruitment initiatives — all rely heavily on alumni participation.
Thanks to the involvement of the alumni listed on the following pages, the student experience at
QSB remains unparalleled.
Alumni guest speakers and supporters of student conferences and initiatives
Heather Baker, BCom’83
Elisha Ballantyne, BCom’97
Jahangir Bhatti, BCom’09
Rob Bruce, MBA’87
Jennifer Bryant, BCom’82
Danielle Cerisano, BCom’08
Tio Chaharbaghi, BCom’09
Hugh Chasmar, BCom’79
Tiffany Chui, MBA’10
Joshua Climans, BCom’13
David Cochrane, BCom’12
Barry Cross, MBA’96
Rhiannon Davies, BScH'05, MSc’08
Sarah Davis, BCom’89
Brenna Dickison, BCom’07
Sharon Driscoll, BCom’84
Scott Earthy, BCom’97
Sarah Fawcett, BCom’10
Natalie Fisher, BCom’13
A panel discussion for students in the full-time MBA class brought together
students — Agustina Gargantini, at far left; Nikhil Sankar Rajagopalan Lalitha,
second from left; and Kyle Drever, second from right, all MBA’14s — and
alumni panelists, from third from left: Chris Sinkinson, MBA’11, Peter Gallant,
BSc(Eng)’91, MSc’93, PhD’01, Soman Mondal, MBA’06, and, at far right,
Jane Wu, BCom’12.
Karen Flavelle, BCom’79
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Donald Gawel, BCom’13
Sarah Mainprize, CQEMBA’15
Trevor Smith, BCom’12
Heather Gouinlock, BCom’13
Somen Mondal, MBA’06
Bill Stamatis, BCom’95
Katie Hayes, BCom’12
Kate Morantz, BCom’08
Peggy Steele, BCom’99
Spenser Heard, BCom’10
Aaron Murray, BCom’13
Richard Taylor, BCom’81
Ben Hertzman, BCom’11
Tracy Muxlow, BCom’93
Meredith Van Binsbergen, BCom’90
Jeffrey Histed, BCom’86
Nicholas Neary, BScH’00, MSc’02
Tina Vandenhanenberg, BCom’08
Christopher Ho, BCom’12
Georgina Neatby, BCom’12
Adam Vigna, BCom’02
Robert Hoy, BCom’12
Kelsey Paterson, BCom’12
Bob Wardrop, BCom’86
Julia Hunter, BCom’11
Geoff Reeves, BCom’81
Trevor West, BCom’10
Marie-Michelle Jobin, MIB’14
Kelsey Roberts, BCom’12
Geoff Wilson, BCom’78
Pentti Karkkainen, MBA’81
Tomas Romita, BCom’08
Ken Wong, BCom’75, MBA’76
Corinne Kepper, BCom’96
Rob Schultz, BCom’86
Lydia Wu, BCom’12
Clarisse Lau, BCom’09
Aidan Shankman, BCom’13
David Yeatman, BCom’03
Michael Lobsinger, BCom’05
Matthew Smith, BCom’11
Alumni attendees at Information Sessions
First-person accounts from alumni and current students who attend information
sessions are crucial in helping us promote our programs. Thanks to the following
supporters who attended program information sessions over the past year.
FULL-TIME MBA
Vivek Gopalan, MBA’13
Yongbing (Alan) Ping, MBA’10
Christal Agostino, MBA’11
Mitch Gudgeon, MBA’13
Santiago Pinzon, CQEMBA’15
Ibrahim Al-Khudairy, MBA’12
Jai Gunasekaran, MBA’12
Ardina Rahman, MBA’12
Sally Arshi, MBA’10
Gaurav Gupta, MBA’13
Meena Rajput, MBA’12
Amit Arora, MBA’12
Simon Hamilton, MBA’11
Madhur Rathaur, MBA’06
James Austin, MBA’13
Rahul Hari Saxena, MBA’10
Amol Rawate, MBA’12
Saumya Baunthiyal, MBA’12
Joshua Hutchings, MBA’13
Jared Regel, MBA’11
Rishi Behari, MBA’13
Catalina Jaramillo, CQEMBA’15
Farhad Sadeghian, MBA’12
Reetika Bhagat, MBA’13
Shengxi Jin, MBA’13
Gaurav Saluja, MBA’12
Muneet Bhatia, MBA’12
Myron Johnson, MBA’10
Vishal Sanjani, MBA’12
Rahul Bhattacharyya, MBA’12
Roshan Kalra, MBA’11
Rodolfo Sant’Anna, MBA’11
Varun Bindal, MBA’12
James Kesten, MBA’13
Fahad Siddiqui, MBA’12
Ziad Bitar, MBA’12
Lillian Kuo, MBA’13
Anoop Singh, MBA’12
Paul Bloudoff, MBA’10
Lindsey Lachance, MBA’13
Erin Smith, MBA’11
Emily Boudreau, MBA’12
Brendt Lambert, MBA’12
Beth Cescon, MBA’12
Rick Lee, MBA’12
Sundarabalaji Somasundaram,
MBA’09
Yvonne Chan, MBA’12
Jian Luo, MBA’07
Peter Szaflarksi, MBA’12
Ashutosh Chandra, MBA’06
Manish Malik, MBA’08
Clement Tse, MBA’12
Chetan Channa, MBA’10
Vincent Marois, MBA’12
Jacky Wang, MBA’13
Anando Chatterjee, MBA’12
Sarah Milton-Jordan, MBA’07
Christina Waters, MBA’12
Job Cherian, MBA’12
Moraa Mochama, MBA’12
Alex Watt, MBA’13
Elaine Chow, MBA’12
Parisa Naghibi, MBA’13
Yogesh Yadav, MBA’11
Kenneth Chow, MBA’12
Gleb Nikitashenko, MBA’12
David Yao, MBA’12
Drew Cormier, MBA’12
Sebastian Palacio, CQEMBA’15
Weidong (John) Zhou, MBA’05
Michal Dabrowski, MBA’13
Leonardo Pardo, CQEMBA’14
Calvin Zhu, MBA’10
Robin Daltani, MBA’12
Roger Patterson, MBA’10
John Zhou, MBA’05
Ananya Datta, MBA’11
Aarti Deshmukh, MBA’13
Karan Dhir, MBA’13
Michelle Duan, MBA’13
Sebastian Duenas, CQEMBA’15
Gabriel Elizondo, CQEMBA’15
Aditya Fialok, MBA’13
Jamie Flegg, MBA’13
David Girard, MBA’12
Amanda Goodwin, MBA’12
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ACCELERATED MBA
Devon Bolton, EMBA’14
Steven Sapinsky, EMBA’14
Inaana Abboud, AMBA’14
Philip Cartwright, EMBA’14
Samia Sarkar, EMBA’14
Jennifer Arnold, AMBA’14
Lillianne Chevrier, EMBA'13
Steve Scholte, EMBA’13
Sophia Arvanitis, AMBA’08
Julia Chung, EMBA’13
Bob Sprague, EMBA’10
Eric Bill, AMBA’11
Megan Clements, EMBA’13
Robin Stewart, EMBA’13
Ryan Campbell, AMBA’15
Adam Cooney, EMBA’13
Kurtis Strickland, EMBA’14
Peng Yuan Chen, AMBA’15
Jamie Coulter, EMBA’11
Roy Sudipto, EMBA’08
Jana Dartnell, AMBA’14
Craig Cruikshank, EMBA’13
Rob Sukhdeo, EMBA’14
Arthur Dela Cruz, AMBA’15
Alison Crumblehulme, EMBA’14
Christine Taam, EMBA’14
David Elliott, AMBA’10
Gianni de Francesco, EMBA’12
Jamil Thobani, EMBA’14
Stephen Gardner, AMBA’13
Ken Dulai, EMBA’13
Tina Thomas, EMBA’03
Alvaro Ipanaque, AMBA’14
David Eves, EMBA’15
Curt Walker, EMBA’14
Shane Kavanagh, AMBA’13
Evan Garner, EMBA’14
Jill Winograd, EMBA’15
Nadeem Keshavjee, AMBA’13
Najwa Ghoussainy Sallman,
EMBA’14
Everett Wong, EMBA’08
Alain Godin, EMBA’14
Tim Young, EMBA’99
Jillene Lakevold, AMBA’11
Paul Landry, AMBA’14
Paul Makowsky, AMBA’14
Hamsa Mathew, AMBA’15
Laura Muisiner, AMBA’14
Brian Ng, AMBA’15
Heman Nijhawan, AMBA’14
Asya Poplavskaya, AMBA’14
Anna Popov, AMBA’15
Mark Renneberg, AMBA’14
Jean-Philippe Sinanis, AMBA’14
Nisveta Slijepcevic, AMBA’14
Adam Smith, AMBA’15
Jordan Speakman, AMBA’14
Ujal Thakor, AMBA’13
Linda Walterhouse, AMBA’14
Jennifer Williams, AMBA’10
Will Wilson, AMBA’15
Michael Wolfe, AMBA’15
Jamie Wolfe, AMBA'11
Man Ching Yip, AMBA’13
EXECUTIVE MBA
Wellesley Baker, EMBA’14
Rob Bennett, EMBA’12
Damani Best, EMBA’14
Ron Bettin, EMBA’14
Richard Bicknell, EMBA’13
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Sandra Wright, EMBA’14
Cathy Grant, EMBA'09
Shady Hamzeh, EMBA’14
Mark Heller, EMBA’13
Mark Hendricks, EMBA’12
Travis Henson, EMBA’15
Sheldon Ho, EMBA’12
Steven Hui, EMBA’15
Bill Karamouzis, EMBA’12
Judith Kirkness, EMBA’11
John Kump, EMBA’15
Holly Lister, EMBA’02
Stuart MacFarlane, EMBA’07
Scott Manson, EMBA’99
Kim McCallum, EMBA’09
David McCrory, EMBA’15
Carisa Miklusak, EMBA’09
Crystal Mo, EMBA’14
Sonia Montoni, EMBA’14
Sidd Mukherjee, EMBA ‘12
Sean Nicolson, EMBA’15
Paul Payette, EMBA’08
Kath Perry, EMBA’11
Bettina Pierre Gilles, EMBA’14
Michael Radzichowsky, EMBA’12
Obaid Rahman, EMBA’15
Monica Rye, EMBA’14
CORNELL-QUEEN’S EXECUTIVE MBA
Van Alexopoulos, CQEMBA’13
James Awad, CQEMBA’14
Eli Barakat, CQEMBA’12
Julie Bellemare, CQEMBA’14
Sean Britton, CQEMBA’14
Stewart Campbell, CQEMBA’14
Siddarth Deepak, CQEMBA’14
Oliver Fernandez, CQEMBA’14
Aaryn Flynn, CQEMBA’14
Derek Fung, CQEMBA’14
Raman Gakhal, CQEMBA’14
Stephanie Girard, CQEMBA’15
Spencer Glenn, CQEMBA’15
Jomo Green, CQEMBA’14
Pierre Guay, CQEMBA’14
Rick Hatswell, CQEMBA’14
Sandy Hayer, CQEMBA’14
Cody Hozack, CQEMBA’14
Ola Ifidon, CQEMBA’14
Fawzi Irani, CQEMBA’13
Saiful Islam, CQEMBA’15
Jeff Karl, CQEMBA’13
David Keller, CQEMBA’14
Kenya Kondo, CQEMBA’15
Jeannette Lawrence, CQEMBA’13
Brad Trumble, CQEMBA’07
David Canale, MFin’13
Rob Lee, CQEMBA’13
Chijioke Ukiwe, CQEMBA’15
Michael Cunningham, MFin’11
Robert Macaulay, CQEMBA’10
Dennis Uvbiama, CQEMBA’14
David Guo, MFin’13
Sarah Mainprize, CQEMBA’15
Adrienne Zwirko, CQEMBA’15
Kaustubh Kabre, MMA’14
Landon Modien, CQEMBA’12
Mo Movassaghi, CQEMBA’13
Cara Salci, CQEMBA’12
Todd Sayers, CQEMBA’15
Michael Smith, CQEMBA’13
John Kemp, MMA’14
MASTER OF FINANCE,
MASTER OF MANAGEMENT
ANALYTICS & MASTER OF
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Abdur Khanani, MIB’13
Chiu Man, MFin’14
Kimberley Richards, MFin’13
Rodolfo Rivas, MMA’14
Brian Starr, CQEMBA’15
Tobin Ansong, MFIN’14
Frank Van Biesen, MFin’12
Laurie Sveinson, CQEMBA’09
Frank Balazic, MFin’12
Ji Weon Yun, MMA’14
David Thorne, CQEMBA’15
Gaina Barkhudarov, MFin’12
Alumni volunteers for Commerce student recruiting
Thanks to the following alumni who volunteered their time to assist in recruiting
the Commerce Class of 2018.
Xyza Barnes, BCom’07
Dave Bernardo, BCom’04
Emily Chambers, BCom’09
Irina Demian, BCom’08
Jeremy Einhorn, BCom’09
Michelle Heffernan, BCom’09
Kelvin Hon, BCom’09
James Hunter, BCom’09
Catalina Laset, BCom’09
Clarisse Lau, BCom’09
Jonathan Lithwick, BCom’07
Andrew Marshall, BCom’01
Jennifer Min, BCom’03
Alumni review applicants' Personal Statements of Experience in April, to
assist in the selection of incoming Commerce students
Milan Panic, BCom’08
Laura Robbins, BCom’09
Gurleen Singh, BCom’07
Farah Rohoman, BCom’09
Sarah Turner, BCom’07
James Warren, BCom’05
Alumni Volunteers for Business Career Centre initiatives
Thanks to the following volunteers who contributed to employment related initiatives during the 2013/2014
fiscal year. This list represents many of the volunteers who returned to campus to serve as panelists for
speaking engagements, mock interviews etc. Thanks also to the many others (not listed here) who have helped
mentor students in their career planning activities.
Fadi Abdel Massih, MFin’12
Lauren Archibald, BCom’13
Amar Bawagi, MBA’09
Christal Agostino, MBA’11
Sally Arshi, MBA’10
Rishi Behari, MBA’13
Alexandru Alexa, BCom’13
James Austen, MBA’13
Reetika Bhagat, MBA’13
Peter Andress, BCom’91
Lauren Bailey, BCom’12
Varun Bindal, MBA’12
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Nicholas Klimchuk, BCom’13
Shannon Kot, MBA’12
Kshitiz Kumar, MBA’12
Lindsey Lachance, MBA’13
David Lahey, EMBA’99
Edward Lam, MBA’11
Caitlin Lambert, BCom’07
Guillaume Lessard, AMBA’10
Benjamin Lipsey, BCom’12
Neil Longhurst, MBA’77
Kiran Manjunath, MBA’10
Ginny Marshall, MBA’08
Danilo Martins, MBA’10
Full-time MBA students network with Queen’s School of Business
alumni at a Business Career Centre-hosted event at McKinsey’s
Toronto office in June 2013.
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Karen Matthey, BCom’03
Andrea McCormick, BCom’08
James McKay, EMBA’05
Thomas Miller, BCom’79
John Blain, BCom’88
David Galea, MBA’13
Erin Borgfjord Ayres, MBA’10
Rong Gao, MIB’10
Harvey Carroll, BCom’93
Ivan Garcia, MIB’10
Chantelle Morrissette Meza,
AMBA’13
Henry Chak, BCom’11
Abdul-Aziz Garuba, AMBA’12
Anjum Muhammad, MBA’11
Kalyan Chakravarathy, MBA’07
Valerie Gillis, BCom’96
Sidd Mukherjee, EMBA’12
Yvonne Chan, MBA’12
David Girard, MBA’12
Tracy Muxlow, BCom’93
Anando Chatterjee, MBA’13
Gregory Gowans, BCom’80
Parisa Naghibi Masooleh, MBA’12
Rahul Chodavarapu, MBA’07
Mitchell Gudgeon, MBA’13
Nik Nanos, EMBA’10
Elliot Collyer, BCom’10
Jingqi Guo, BCom’11
Jenny Ng, MBA’10
John Colwell, BCom’77
Kanuj Gupta, MBA’08
Ayah Norris, BCom’09
Bob Connelly, EMBA’12
Nida Haque, MBA’10
Behrang Omidvar, MBA’10
Todd Corradetti, BCom’80
Matthew Hooper, MBA’10
Joshua Orzech, BCom’96
Miguel A. Cortes, MBA’11
Matthew Hutcheon, BCom’94
Hager Osman, BCom’00
Michal Dabrowski, MBA’13
John Huycke, BCom’84
Pranab Pandey, MBA’12
Biswajit Das, MBA’07
Michael T. Isherwood, AMBA’12
Alex Parker, BCom’00
Megan Davis, MIB’08
Kyle Jordan, MBA’08
Matthew Parker-Jones, MBA’13
Stephen Davy, MBA’03
Sarah Jordan, MBA’07
Kelsey Paterson, BCom’12
Aravind Deivasikamani, MBA’09
Dina Kamal, CQEMBA’11
Kristina Pearce, BCom’92
Deepankar Dey, MBA’09
Babla Karthamada, MBA’08
Brian Peters, EMBA’10
Brenna Donoghue, MBA’09
A.J. Keilty, BCom’02
Geo Philips, MBA’09
Jon Ennis, BCom’05
Ross Kelley, BCom’13
Lynn Pratt, BCom’89
Saeideh Fard, BCom’03
David Kennedy, MBA’11
Martin J. Putyra, MBA’11
Tunji Farinloye, AMBA’11
Shahab Khan, MBA’01
Chris Radcliffe, BCom’00
Jeffrey Fenton, BCom’13
Zeeshan Khan, MBA’08
Ashok Raghupathy, MBA’07
Alexander G. E. Ferguson,
AMBA’12
Yoon Kim, MFin’11
Paul Rajasekaran, MBA’12
Caitlin King, BCom’10
Somen Mondal, MBA’06
Meena Rajput, MBA’12
Claudia Soong, MBA’08
Jeffrey Vefffer, CQEMBA’02
Baanuja Ratneswaran, MBA’08
Stacy Soutiere, AMBA’09
Anastasia Voglis, MBA’10
Kelsey Roberts, BCom’12
Peggy Steele, BCom’99
Michael Wallace, BCom’08
Jonathan Rosemberg, CQEMBA’12
Scott Steinman, EMBA’05
Christina Waters, MBA’12
Alex Santiago, MBA’08
Roy Sudipto, EMBA’08
David Wen, BCom’10
Joe Sauret, MBA’12
Peter Tang, EMBA’03
Caitlin Willis, BCom’09
Scott Schrader, MBA’10
Matthew Taylor, BCom’12
Mathew Wilson, MFin’12
Farnaz Shahed, MBA’09
Lauren Thibodeau, BCom’93
Justin Winchiu, CQEMBA’10
Christopher Sinkinson, MBA’11
Justin Thouin, BCom’00
Andrew Witzke, BA’13 BCom’13
David Sinkinson, MBA’13
Fragile Tossa, MBA’13
Cedric Wong, MBA’11
J. Mark Skeggs, BCom’98
John Trang, BCom’04
Jarvis Wong, MBA’10
Meredith A. Slemko, MBA’11
Karlis Vasarais, BCom’06
Ralph Wan Bond Yeung, MBA’12
ComSoc Mentor Program Volunteers
Every year, the ComSoc Mentors and Alumni Committee invites recent Commerce graduates
to participate in a mentoring program for current Commerce students. Thanks to the following
alumni mentors who offered their services.
Fadi Abdel Massih, MFin’12
Christal Agostino, MBA’11
Alexandru Alexa, BCom’13
Peter Andress, BCom’91
Lauren Archibald, BCom’13
Sally Arshi, MBA’10
James Austen, MBA’13
Lauren Bailey, BCom’12
Amar Bawagi, MBA’09
Rishi Behari, MBA’13
Reetika Bhagat, MBA’13
Varun Bindal, MBA’12
John Blain, BCom’88
Erin Borgfjord Ayres, MBA’10
Harvey Carroll, BCom’93
Henry Chak, BCom’11
Kalyan Chakravarathy, MBA’07
Yvonne Chan, MBA’12
The annual “Day on Bay” trip to Toronto included a stop at the Centre for
Social Innovation, where Adil Dhalla, Artsci’05, the Centre’s Director of
Culture, hosted visiting Commerce students.
Anando Chatterjee, MBA’13
Rahul Chodavarapu, MBA’07
Elliot Collyer, BCom’10
Miguel A. Cortes, MBA’11
Stephen Davy, MBA’03
John Colwell, BCom’77
Michal Dabrowski, MBA’13
Aravind Deivasikamani, MBA’09
Bob Connelly, EMBA’12
Biswajit Das, MBA’07
Deepankar Dey, MBA’09
Todd Corradetti, BCom’80
Megan Davis, MIB’08
Brenna Donoghue, MBA’09
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Jon Ennis, BCom’05
Edward Lam, MBA’11
Meena Rajput, MBA’12
Saeideh Fard, BCom’03
Caitlin Lambert, BCom’07
Baanuja Ratneswaran, MBA’08
Tunji Farinloye, AMBA’11
Guillaume Lessard, AMBA’10
Kelsey Roberts, BCom’12
Jeffrey Fenton, BCom’13
Benjamin Lipsey, BCom’12
Jonathan Rosemberg, CQEMBA’12
Alexander G. E. Ferguson,
AMBA’12
Neil Longhurst, MBA’77
Alex Santiago, MBA’08
Kiran Manjunath, MBA’10
Joe Sauret, MBA’12
David Galea, MBA’13
Ginny Marshall, MBA’08
Scott Schrader, MBA’10
Rong Gao, MIB’10
Danilo Martins, MBA’10
Farnaz Shahed, MBA’09
Ivan Garcia, MIB’10
Karen Matthey, BCom’03
Christopher Sinkinson, MBA’11
Abdul-Aziz Garuba, AMBA’12
Andrea McCormick, BCom’08
David Sinkinson, MBA’13
Valerie Gillis, BCom’96
James McKay, EMBA’05
J. Mark Skeggs, BCom’98
David Girard, MBA’12
Thomas Miller, BCom’79
Meredith A. Slemko, MBA’11
Gregory Gowans, BCom’80
Somen Mondal, MBA’06
Claudia Soong, MBA’08
Mitchell Gudgeon, MBA’13
Chantelle Morrissette Meza,
AMBA’13
Stacy Soutiere, AMBA’09
Jingqi Guo, BCom’11
Kanuj Gupta, MBA’08
Anjum Muhammad, MBA’11
Scott Steinman, EMBA’05
Nida Haque, MBA’10
Sidd Mukherjee, EMBA’12
Roy Sudipto, EMBA’08
Matthew Hooper, MBA’10
Tracy Muxlow, BCom’93
Peter Tang, EMBA’03
Matthew Hutcheon, BCom’94
Parisa Naghibi Masooleh, MBA’12
Matthew Taylor, BCom’12
John Huycke, BCom’84
Nik Nanos, EMBA’10
Lauren Thibodeau, BCom’93
Michael T. Isherwood, AMBA’12
Jenny Ng, MBA’10
Justin Thouin, BCom’00
Kyle Jordan, MBA’08
Ayah Norris, BCom’09
Fragile Tossa, MBA’13
Sarah Jordan, MBA’07
Behrang Omidvar, MBA’10
John Trang, BCom’04
Dina Kamal, CQEMBA’11
Joshua Orzech, BCom’96
Karlis Vasarais, BCom’06
Babla Karthamada, MBA’08
Hager Osman, BCom’00
Jeffrey Vefffer, CQEMBA’02
A.J. Keilty, BCom’02
Pranab Pandey, MBA’12
Anastasia Voglis, MBA’10
Ross Kelley, BCom’13
Alex Parker, BCom’00
Michael Wallace, BCom’08
David Kennedy, MBA’11
Matthew Parker-Jones, MBA’13
Christina Waters, MBA’12
Shahab Khan, MBA’01
Kelsey Paterson, BCom’12
David Wen, BCom’10
Zeeshan Khan, MBA’08
Kristina Pearce, BCom’92
Caitlin Willis, BCom’09
Yoon Kim, MFin’11
Brian Peters, EMBA’10
Mathew Wilson, MFin’12
Caitlin King, BCom’10
Geo Philips, MBA’09
Justin Winchiu, CQEMBA’10
Nicholas Klimchuk, BCom’13
Lynn Pratt, BCom’89
Andrew Witzke, BA’13 BCom’13
Shannon Kot, MBA’12
Martin J Putyra, MBA’11
Cedric Wong, MBA’11
Kshitiz Kumar, MBA’12
Chris Radcliffe, BCom’00
Jarvis Wong, MBA’10
Lindsey Lachance, MBA’13
Ashok Raghupathy, MBA’07
Ralph Wan Bond Yeung, MBA’12
David Lahey, EMBA’99
Paul Rajasekaran, MBA’12
Peggy Steele, BCom’99
Queen’s Business Club Executives
All eight Queen’s Business Clubs around the world are run by and for alumni. Thanks to the Club Presidents and
their Executives who make these tremendous alumni events possible through their creativity and hard work.
For information about the Clubs, visit the Queen’s School of Business Alumni Group on LinkedIn
(www.linkedin.com/company/queen’s-school-of-business)
TORONTO
OTTAWA
CALGARY
Steve Albiani, BCom’03
Nilufer Erdebil, BSc’96, MBA’03
André Baribeau, AMBA’06
Randy Carter, EMBA’11
Kevin Horseman, MBA’01
Tamara McGillivary, AMBA’06
Ryan Garrah, MBA’04
Ben Schmidt, EMBA’03
Leanne Murphy, AMBA’12
Jeremy Okolisan, MBA’00
Courtney Paterson, BA’09,
BCom’09
Christina Raheja, BCom’96
Tim Onyett, EMBA’95
KINGSTON
Ahmad Bakhshai, BCom’10
Mikael Sears, EMBA’00
Erin Thomson, AMBA’12
Matt Hutcheon, BCom’94
VANCOUVER
Scott Perrett, BCom’93
Craig Buvyer, AMBA’11
Adam Fischer, AMBA’11
Chris Johnstone, BCom’05
NEW YORK CITY
Corry Bazley, BCom’92, BA’93
LONDON, U.K.
Lily Harriss, EMBA’03
Vicky Lopez, BCom’01
Adrian Mucalov, BCom’01
HONG KONG
Derek Szeto, BCom’96
The Calgary Queen’s Business Club executive, from left (with event
speaker Hal Kvisle, fourth from left): Leanne Murphy, Erin Thomson,
Alex Danzinger, Tamara McGillivray and Tim Onyett.
Eric Tang, BCom’96
International Alumni Ambassadors
For information or to volunteer, send an email to [email protected]
ASIA
China
Calvin Baohua Zhu, MBA’11,
MSc’12
Pang Jia, MIB’08
Lixiang Wang, EMBA’04
Hong Kong
Norman Koo, MBA’75
Jean-Christophe Clement,
EMBA’07
Helen Mak, BCom’05
Brian Ho, BCom’13
Kitty Ng, BCom‘04
Vineet Mitera, BCom’96
Bertina Ho, BCom’12
Anna Koo, MBA’75
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Singapore
Alvin Hew, BCom’86
Greg Mittman, BCom’91
Sally Speake, BCom’06
Thailand
Pimpanga Orn Yomchinda,
BCom’12
AUSTRALIA/OCEANIA
Australia
Steve Anderson, BCom’83
Veronica Brenner, EMBA’11
Lauren Dmytrenko, BCom’00
Sarah Hawkins, BCom’01
Emily Hunter, BCom’09
Kevin O’Reilly, EMBA’07
Dev Sharma, AMBA’10
Kathryn Sinclair, BCom’11
New Zealand
Jean-Grégoire Bernard, PhD’10
Jeffrey Galt, BCom’78
EUROPE
Belgium
Heather Gorham, BCom’11
Czech Republic
Armin Eichhorn, MIB’10
Finland
Juha Halttunen, BCom’84
United Kingdom
Karen Abel, BCom’04
Gerrit Aronson, MBA’78
Sarah Beaucage-Gauvrea,
BCom’05
Sarah Bernier, BCom’05
Michael Brenner, MGM’11
David Caldana, BCom’99
Germany
Chris Clubb, BCom’88
Christina Lambert, BCom’87
Jeffrey Collins, BCom’99
Cynthia Phillips, BCom’84
Stephen Davy, MBA’03
Alyson van Raalte, BCom’00
Jason Gould, BCom’95
Netherlands
Christopher Henry, BCom’10
Dora Masters, MBA’93
James Knowles, BCom’86
Henri van Eeghen, MBA’87
Kerry Lee, BCom’89
Sweden
Scott McDermid, BCom’92
Andreas Hjerpe, MIB’08
Alex Molson, BCom’12
Switzerland
Gord Ray, BCom’93
Bruce Adams, BCom’67
Alan Reid, BCom’09
Nadine Anderson, BCom’94
Paul Sandford, BCom’89
Jerry del Missier, MBA‘87
Ramsay Troughton, BCom’05
Sareena Ghulati WIldberger,
BCom’92
Bob Wardrop, BCom‘86
Vanessa Vachon, BCom’00
Alberto Xodo, MIB’12
Tom Wells, BCom’89
Queen’s Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow supporters
The Queen’s Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow program offers various events that aim to create networking
opportunities between Commerce students and QSB alumni. Meeting with alumni from various corporate
sectors gives students the opportunity to extend their professional networks and create lasting relationships with
alumni. Thanks to the following alumni who attended this year’s annual QSTAT Luncheon in Toronto in January.
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Andy Anderson, BCom’87
Michael Murray, BCom’96
Roger Vandomme, EMBA’04
Hugh Corbett, BCom’87
Charles Powis, BCom’86
Timothy Wilson, BCom’95
Michael Gilbert, BCom’78
Grant Rasmussen, BCom’87
Nicholas Zelenczuk, BCom’77
Stephani Kingsmill, BCom’88
Paul Lishman, BCom’92
Candace Shaw, BA’84, BScH’85,
MBA’87
Peter Mackenzie, BCom’81
John Stackhouse, BCom’85
Class Giving Volunteers
Class gifts helped make Goodes Hall and its
expansion a reality, have provided countless
students with much-needed financial
assistance to make their QSB education
possible, and support our world-class faculty
in their research endeavours. We thank the
following passionate and committed alumni
who led class gift campaigns this past year.
Matt Aaronson, BA’98, BCom’98
Omar Abdel Hafez, BCom’00
Jason Akers, BCom’08
Wayne Alexander, BSc’64, MBA’66
Michael Borden, at left, with Class Giving Volunteers Sharon
Ranson, Lisanne Hill and John Gleeson and Allan Lee,
Comm’17 (centre), the 2013/2014 recipient of the BCom
1980 Award.
Zsoka Balla, MBA’82
Michael Bandzierz, MBA’80
Donald Bayne, BA’66, LLB’69,
EMBA’01
Christopher Dutcher, BSc’92,
MBA’98
Martin Klaponski, MBA’82
Morgan Klein-MacNeil, BCom’11
Jonathan Edge, BCom’06, MPA’08
Hayley Becker, BCom’04
David Kramer, JD’08, MBA’09
Eric Einhorn, CQEMBA’12
Adrienne Bellehumeur, BCom’03
Olivia Kruyt, BCom’09
Rene Faucher, EMBA’01
Ashley Binter, CQEMBA’13
Kathryn LaBranche, BCom’90
Howard Fergusson, BCom’74
Ross Brown, BCom’77
Michael Lang, BCom’77
Michael Forsayeth, BCom’77
Iain Bruce, BCom’81
John Langhorne, BCom’83
Michael Gilbert, BCom’78
Shauneen Bruder, MBA’84
Donald Langill, BCom’77
Laura Gilchrist, BCom’08
Bartley Bull, BCom’77
Elizabeth Larochelle, EMBA’11
John Gleeson, BCom’80
Jacob Byers, BCom’06
Linda Lee, CQEMBA’12
Adrienne Goldthorpe, BCom’99
Randy Carter, EMBA’11
Sandra Linsdell, BCom’89
Ted Goldthorpe, BCom’99
Michael Castellarin, BCom’95
Paul Lishman, BCom’92
Ken Grewal, BCom’96
Jacqueline Chilton, BCom’93
Ian Lovsin, EMBA’01
Blair Guilfoyle, BCom’03
Donald Chu, MBA’87
Anne MacArthur, MBA’89
Suzanne Hamilton, BCom’82
Andrew Clarke, BCom’84
Marcia MacQuarrie, BA’79, MBA’82
Christian Hansson, BCom’04
Linda Cochrane, BA’77, MBA’79
Manford Mallory, BSc’73, MBA’75
Donna Hayden, BCom’89
Robert Colwell, BCom’72
Robert Marsh, BCom’07
Spenser Heard, BCom’10
Shawn Cooper, BCom’87
Brian Martin, BCom’99
Hugh Helferty, BScH’77, MBA’85
Joanne Cormican, BCom’89
Jessica Mason, CQEMBA’13
Milton Hess, BCom’64
Donald Cranston, BSc’82, MBA’85
Allison Hill, CQEMBA’14
Andrea Matthew Williams,
BCom’94
Olivia Crossman, BCom’12
Lisanne Hill, BCom’80
Alan Mayne, BCom’85
Erin Crowe, BCom’93
Andrew Hungerford, BCom’96
Graham McBride, BCom’85
Mervin Daub, BCom’66
Craig Hutchison, BCom’88
Geoffrey Davenport, BCom’77
Warren Jones, BCom’92
Kevin McCafferty, BSc’90, MSc’95,
MBA’97
Jerry del Missier, BSc’85, MBA’87
Pentti Karkkainen, MBA’81
Kevin McCracken, MBA’97
Carol Devenny, BCom’82
Lisa Kershaw, MBA’89
Doug McCutcheon, BCom’87
Emily Dobbie, BCom’05
Peter Kingston, BCom’78
Robert McIntosh, MBA’12
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Norman McPhedran, BCom’74
Michael Quinn, BCom’88
Andrea McReynolds, BCom’94
Brian Ramsay, MBA’82
Rebecca Tascona, BCom’00,
AMBA’05
John Medland, BCom’01
Sharon Ranson, BCom’80
Bruce Teron, BCom’91
Robert Mellema, BCom’02
Grant Rasmussen, BCom’87
James Thomson, BA’67, MBA’72
Alex Melvin, BA’72, MBA’74
Dan Rees, BCom’92, BA’93
Rosalie Thuringer, BCom’11,
Nicholas Milosh, BCom’06, BA’06
Prem Rewal, BCom’99
Cara Mitchell, BCom’02
Ray Richardson, MBA’84
George Thwaites, BCom’78,
EMBA’94
Katherine Moraca, BCom’13
Susan Rooks, BCom’84
Elspeth Murray, BSc’85, MBA’87
Harold Roozen, MBA’79
Max Muselius, BA’79, MBA’81
John See, BScH’79, MBA’81
Wayne Musselman, BCom’64
Robert Shoniker, BCom’69,
MBA’70
Tracy Muxlow, BCom’93
John Nixon, BCom’77
Nayra Otinkorang, CQEMBA’14
Paul Pancham, BCom’89, MD’94
Milan Panic, BCom’08
Ethel Patterson, MBA’81
Bryan Pearson, BSc’86, MBA’88
Ryan Pedlow, BCom’98
Sally Peterson, BAH’86, MBA’88
Sharlene Plewman, BSc’00,
CQEMBA’11
Matthew Price, BCom’09
Dave Prowton, BCom’88
John Purkis, BCom’48
Frederick Troop, BCom’54
Mary Ann Turcke, BSc’88, MBA’97
Shannon Valliant, BCom’89
Vikram Varma, MBAst’04
Akis Vitsentzatos, BCom’02, BA’04
Mark Siemonsen, BSc’82, MBA’86,
BEd’06
Nicola von Schroeter, BCom’88
Malcolm Smith, BA’78, BScH’79,
MBA’82
Jeffrey Watchorn, BCom’88
Stephan Smith, BCom’02
Jack Weisz, BCom’06
Steven Smith, BCom’77
Lee Wetherall, BEd’76, MBA’82
Raymond Souch, BCom’52
Sarah Wickins, BCom’04
Edward Speal, BCom’83
Sareena Wildberger, BCom’92
Gia Steffensen, BCom’78
David Willoughby, BCom’63
Colin Stephenson, BCom’66
Cathy Williams, MBA’77
Azam Syed, EMBA’01
Daniel Wilton, BCom’93
Benita Warmbold, BCom’80
John Watson, MBA’70
Peter Szaflarski, MBA’12
Richard Tam, BCom’13
Reunion Coordinators
Organizing a class reunion can be
a daunting task, involving detective
work to track down lost classmates,
and considerable logistical and
negotiating skills in putting together
an appealing program of activities.
Thanks to the following alumni who
dedicated so much time and effort
to make their reunion a memorable
milestone for their classmates.
Derek Acland, BCom’59
Jason Akers, BCom’08
Bruce Alexander, BCom’60, LLD’11
The BCom’93 class pose in front of their former Commerce home, Dunning
Hall, at the October 2013 Homecoming Weekend.
Kimberly Alexander, BCom’81
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Wayne Alexander, BSc’64, MBA’66
John Argue, BA’67
Mike Ball, MBA’79
Sharon Allum, BCom’83
Devon Baily, BCom’02
Caela Arbuckle, BCom’02
Janet Baker, BCom’83
Donald Bayne, BA’66, LLB’69,
EMBA’01
Hayley Becker, BCom’04
Allan Dougall, BCom’99
Donna Hayden, BCom’89
Joan Belch, BA’67
Barry Dowdall, BSc’78, MBA’85
Peter Hayden, BCom’61
Peter Benson, BCom’76
Andrew Durnford, BCom’89
Andrew Hayes, BCom’87
Christopher Bent, BCom’94
Richard Dunning, BA’78, MBA’80
John Heeney, BCom’63
Anthony Bird, BCom’84
Elizabeth Dutton, BCom’99
Dorris Heffron, BA’67, MA’69
Michael Bradshaw, EMBA’66
Patrick Edwards, BCom’68
Douglas Heighington, MBA’81
Harold Bridge, MBA’67
Karim Hemani, EMBA’09
Michael Brown, MBA’85
Kimberley Epp Frenette, BA’84,
MBA’86
Simon Brown, BCom’93
Christopher Farkas, BCom’96
Jeanette Hepburn, BCom’89
Shauneen Bruder, MBA’84
Howard Fergusson, BCom’74
Paul Hickey, BCom’87
Kim Buitenhuis, BCom’79
Nicole Fischer, BCom’04
Lisanne Hill, BCom’80
Bartley Bull, BCom’77
Terrence Fitzpatrick, BCom’70
Michele Hirak Fletcher, BCom’97
Stewart Busbridge, BCom’96
Marion Flanagan, BCom’84
Abby Ho, BCom’09
Gregory Randolph Butler, BCom’01
Jason Flowerday, EMBA’04
Nancy Hoo, BCom’01
Jennifer Campbell, BA’86, MBA’92
Mark Fornasiero, MBA’91
Carol Hood, BCom’84
Risa Caplan, EMBA’96
Judith Forrest, BA’67
Thomas Houston, BCom’78
Gauri Chawla, BCom’95
Michael Forsayeth, BCom’77
Craig Hutchison, BCom’88
Max Chee, BCom’94
Ian Fraser, BCom’53
Janet Isaac-Charbonneau, MBA’78
Leslie Christensen, MBA’87
Rudolph Gall, BSc’61, MBA’66
Richard Jackson, MBA’71
Elspeth Christie, BA’71, BEd’72
Ryan Garrah, BSC’00, MBA’04
Elliot Jacobsen, MBA’69
Robert Christy, BA’64
David Garth, BCom’64
Catherine James, BCom’00
Donald Chu, MBA’87
Elspeth Gaukrodger, BCom’80
James Jaques, BCom’87
Andrew Clarke, BCom’84
Emilie Gauthier, BCom’11
Bruce Kagan, BCom’89
Linda Cochrane, BA’77, MBA’79
Marc Germain, MBA’85
Liz Kane, BA’67
Donald Cooper, BCom’58, LLD’07
David Giglio, BCom’09
Priti Kapoor, BCom’11
Mary Coopland, MBA’90
Michael Gilbert, BCom’78
Ronald Kemp, BCom’50
Joanne Cormican, BCom’89
Laura Gilchrist, BCom’08
Paul Kennedy, MBA’66
Lisa Cox, MBA’86
Gurjit Gill, EMBA’05
Peter Kingston, BCom’78
Jim Craig, BA’52
Adrienne Goldthorpe, BCom’99
Catharine Kitchen, BCom’99
Craig Curran, BCom’69
Ted Goldthorpe, BCom’99
Morgan Klein-MacNeil, BCom’11
Andrea Cuthbert, BCom’93
John Gordon, MBA’63
Allison Knudsen, BCom’96
Celia Cuthbertson, BCom’84,
LLB’88
John Graham, BA’67
David Kramer, EMBA’09
Ted Graham, MBA’96
Olivia Kruyt, BCom’09
Geoffrey Davenport, BCom’77
Catherine Gravina, BCom’09
Kathryn LaBranche, BCom’90
Mervin Daub, BCom’66
Ken Grewal, BCom’96
Catherine Lane, BA’67
Glen Davison, BCom’64
Joanna Griffiths, BCom’05
Michael Lang, BCom’77
Christopher Dawson, BCom’90
Brenda Ha, BCom’99
John Langhorne, BCom’83
Keith de Bellefuille-Percy, BA’67
Michael Hale, BCom’95
Donald Langill, BCom’77
Katherine Devins, BCom’85
Deborah Hall, BSc’98, EMBA’05
John Latham, BSc’67
Robert Dietrich, BCom’75
Gordon Hall, BSc’63
Michelle Lavoie, MBA’95
June Dinsdale, BCom’54
Brook Hamilton, BSC’00, MBA’04
John Lawlor, MBA’93
Lauren Dmytrenko, BCom’00
Bev Harrison, BCom’62
Dong-Soo Lee, BCom’96
Milton Hess, BCom’64
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Richard Lee, BA’53
Cara Mitchell, BCom’02
Anne E. Smith, BCom’84
Jim Leech, MBA’73
Steve Moore, MBA’79
George Smith, BCom’73
Patrick Legresley, BCom’02
David Moreland, MBA’83
D’Arcy LeNeveu, BCom’84
Sally Morris, BCom’83
Malcolm Smith, BA’78, BScH’79,
MBA’82
Andrew Leverette, BA’71, BEd’72
Adrian Mucalov, BCom’01
Stephan Smith, BCom’02
Jane Lewis, BCom’84
Patrick Murray, BCom’84
Steven Smith, BCom’77
John Lewis, BCom’84
Max Muselius, BA’79, MBA’81
William Snider, BCom’94
Patricia Lewis, BCom’80
Wayne Musselman, BCom’64
Ronald Stenzl, BCom’85
Winnie Lieu, CQEMBA’13
Tracy Muxlow, BCom’93
Marjorie Stephenson, BCom’55
Sandra Linsdell, BCom’89
Logan Naftel, MBA’74
Adam Stevenson, EMBA’04
Paul Lishman, BCom’92
Donald Newman, BA’58, MD’62
Ian Struthers, MBA’85
Steve Lloyd, MBA’79
David Nicholson, BA’67, LLB’84
Jonathan Suter, BCom’05
Erik Lockhart, MBA’93
Stephanie Oke, BCom’86
Donald Tanner, BSc’74, MBA’82
Jennifer Ruth Logan-Klassen, MBA’87
Thomas O’Neill, BCom’67
Colin Taylor, BCom’84
Donna Lounsbury, BA’76, MBA’78
James Page, BAH’67, MA’68
Peter Taylor, BCom’70
David Macdonald, MBA’74
Victor Pakalnis, MBA’94
Ellen Thompson, BCom’83
Ian Macdonald, MBA’74
Paul Pancham, BCom’89
Diane Thomson, BA’67
Margaret MacLellan, BA’79,
MBA’81
Andrea Peckham, MBA’99
James Thomson, MBA’67
Sally Peterson, BAH’86, MBA’88
Donald Thurston, MBA’62
Jason Madill, BCom’99
Paula Phillips, MBA’79
Margaret Timberg, BCom’84
Sandra Plumley, BA’66
Daniel Tisch, BA’91, EMBA’96
William Porter, BCom’75
Frederick Troop, BCom’54
Matt Price, BCom’09
Shannon Vallliant, BCom’89
Stephen Prosenyak, BCom’50
Michael van de Water, BCom’91
David Prowten, BCom’88
Tracy van der Zwan, BSc’92, MBA’99
John Purkis, BCom’48
Vikram Varma, MBA’04
Christina Raheja, BCom’96
Akis Vitsentzatos, BCom’02, BA’04
Dan Rees, BCom’92, BA’93
Nicola Von Schroeter, BCom’88
Peggy Reid, BCom’84
Susan Waywell, BCom’75
Sandra Reynolds, BCom’64
Marc Weiner, BCom’04, BSc’04
Ray Richardson, MBA’84
Emerson Wen, CQMEBA’13
Suzanne Rolland, BCom’86
Lee Wetherall, BEd’76, MBA’82
Susan Rooks, BCom’84
Andrew Wicken, BCom’01
Harold Roozen, MBA’79
Sarah Wickins, BCom’04
Daniel Saikaley, BCom’82
Robert Willoughby, BSc’57, MBA’62
Susan Schnurr, BCom’86
Andrew Witzke, BCom’13, BA’13
David Sculthorpe, BCom’83
Elizabeth Woodbury, BCom’80
John See, BScH’79, MBA’81
Carolyn Wright, MBA’81
Robert Sexty, MBA’67
Dianne Wright, BCom’84
Joanna Shore, MBA’03
Jennifer Wright, BCom’98
Susan Michel Shuter, MBA’81
Richard Younker, BCom’69
Margot Smart, BCom’99
Damian Yu, BCom’96
Malhotra, Rick, BCom’99
Edward Mallard, BA’55, BAPHE’56
Manford Mallory, MBA’73
Robert Marsh, BCom’07
Jennifer Matheson, BCom’89
Darren McCaugherty, BCom’97,
AMBA’07
David McConomy, MBA’69
Patrick McCue, MBA’61
Lawrence McCurdy, MBA’68
Helen McEvoy, BCom’01
Julia McGillis, BCom’99
Norm McPhedran, BCom’74
Lachlan McLachlan, BCom’73
John McNeil, BA’63
Norman McPhedran, BCom’74
Andrea McReynolds, BCom’94
Peter McWhirter, MBA’79
Robert Mellema, BCom’02
Alex Melvin, BA’72, MBA’74
Peter Meyers, BCom’91
Claudio Michelutti, BSc’66, MBA’70
Steve Millan, BCom’89
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Advisory Boards
Queen’s School of Business Advisory Board and Global Council members
are recognized on pages 72–73 for their contributions to the school as
a whole. Advisory Boards also guide the management of several QSB
Centres as well as the Master of Management Analytics program. Thanks
to the following board members whose support and expertise have helped
guide the school in its endeavours.
CPA–Queen’s Centre for
Governance Advisory Board
Richard Clark, BCom’81, CPA,
Partner, Deloitte Canada
Brian Leader, FCPA, FCA, VicePresident Learning, Chartered
Professional Accountants of Ontario
Thomas O’Neill, BCom’67, LLD’05,
FCPA, FCA, Chair of the Board,
BCE, Bell Canada and Scotiabank
Steve Salterio, PhD, FCPA, Centre
Director and Queen’s School of
Business accounting professor
David Saunders, PhD, Dean,
Queen’s School of Business
Teri Shearer, PhD, BBA, Associate
Dean, Faculty, and QSB accounting
professor
Daniel Thornton, Chartered
Professional Accountants of Ontario
Professor of Accounting at QSB
Ken Wong, BCom’75, MBA’81,
QSB Distinguished Professor of
Marketing and Canadian Marketing
Hall of Legends inductee
Master of Management
Analytics Advisory Board
Rob Bruce, BAPHE’80, MBA’87,
President, Communications, Rogers
Communications
Mike Durland, PhD’91, Group
Head & Co-CEO, Scotiabank Global
Banking and Markets (Chair)
Achille Ettorre, Senior Director,
Planning & Analysis, Loblaw
Companies
Jean-Paul Isson, Global VP
Business Intelligence & Predictive
Analytics, Monster Worldwide
Jeff McGill, QSB Professor in
Management Science/Operations
Management
Bryan Pearson, BScH’86,
MBA’88, President and CEO,
Alliance Data, LoyaltyOne,
AIRMILES Reward Program
Raymond Pineda, Partner,
Consulting, Deloitte Canada
David Saunders, PhD, Dean,
Queen’s School of Business
Mark Shafer, Sr. Vice President
Revenue and Profit Management,
Walt Disney World
John Souleles, Director, Business
Intelligence, Bell Canada
Kevin Stanton, President,
MasterCard Advisors
Michael Zerbs, VP Risk Analytics,
IBM
Paul Zikopoulos, Director,
Information Management VW
Technical Sales, VW Competitive
Database and Optimized Systems,
IBM Canada
Queen’s Centre for Business
Venturing — TriColour Venture
Fund Investment
Elspeth Murray, BSc’85, MBA’87,
PhD (Western), Associate Dean,
MBA Programs, Director, Queen’s
Centre for Business Venturing
John Molloy, MBA’84, Executive
Director, Southeastern Ontario
Angel Network
Centre for Responsible
Leadership External Advisory
Board
Jacline Abray-Nyman, President
& CEO, United Way/Centraide
Canada
Helen Burstyn, Special Advisor,
Office of Social Enterprise, Ministry
of Economic Development Trade
and Employment & Ministry of
Research and Innovation
Nicola Kettlitz, President, CocaCola Canada
David Labistour, CEO, Mountain
Equipment Co-op
Patricia O’Reilly, Director of
Environment and Social Issues
Management, Suncor Energy
Dani Reiss, President & CEO,
Canada Goose
David Saunders, PhD, Dean,
Queen’s School of Business
David Sculthorpe, BCom’83, CEO
Heart and Stroke Foundation of
Canada
Andreas Souvaliotis, Founder, AIR
MILES for Social Change
Jim Banting, BScH’93, PhD’97,
CEO, Parteq Innovations
Luc Duval, BCom’82, CEO,
Duval Auto (Guest Observer)
Yuri Medvedev, Chief
Mathematician, Bank of Montreal
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QSB Global Council
The Global Council brings together alumni and friends with deep experience in key regions
where QSB operates. Its purpose is to advise on the school’s international activities and
identify opportunities to expand its presence and reputation globally.
Members
M. Shân Atkins, BCom’79,
Managing Director, Chetrum Capital
LLC, Barrington, Il
Dame Pamela Banks, MBA’98,
Former Premier of Bermuda,
Paget, Bermuda
Simon Brown, BCom’93,
Partner, Kohlberg Kravis
Roberts & Co., New York, NY
Iain Bruce, BCom’81,
Managing Director, Risk
Management, AMBAC Assurance
Corp., New York, NY
Jason Capello, BCom’96,
Co-Founding Partner & Portfolio
Manager, Merchants’ Gate Capital
LP, New York, NY
Don Carty, BA’68, LLD’01,
Chairman, Virgin America Airlines
& Porter Airlines, Dallas, TX
Sheila Cooke-Witt, MBA’83,
Pinneberg, Germany
Jerry del Missier, BSc(Eng)’85,
MBA’87, London, U.K.
Rolf Friedli, Partner & Chairman,
Capvis Equity Partners AG,
Zurich, Switzerland
Ian Friendly, BCom’83, Retired
Executive VP & COO, U.S. Retail,
General Mills Inc., Minneapolis, MN
Grant Gazdig, BCom’89,
Managing Partner, Access Capital
Limited, London, U.K.
Adrienne Goldthorpe, BCom’99,
New York, NY
Ted Goldthorpe, BCom’99,
President, Apollo Investment
Corporation, New York, NY
Mel Goodes, BCom’57, LLD’94,
Retired CEO, Warner-Lambert Co.,
Mendham, NJ
Nancy Goodes, Mendham, NJ
Ken Grewal, BCom’96,
Managing Director — Institutional
Equity Sales, BMO Capital Markets,
New York, NY
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Stephen Hoffmeister, BCom’98,
Managing Director, Advent
International, Boston, MA
Mike Humphries, BCom’93,
Principal, Polygon CB Partners,
London, U.K.
David Hutton, MBA’70,
Chairman, Fur Institute of Canada,
Kemptville, ON
Zouheir Jarkas, Senior Advisor,
Mubadala Development Company,
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Tom Kinnear, BCom'66, LLD'02, PhD,
D. Maynard Phelps Professor of
Business Administration & Marketing,
Ross School of Business, University
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Rosemary Leith, BCom’83,
Director, World Wide Web
Foundation, London, U.K.
Blair Look, BCom’90,
Managing Director, Asset
Management, AL Mal Capital,
Dubai, UAE
Walt Macnee, BA’77, BEd’78,
Vice Chairman, MasterCard
Worldwide, Toronto, ON
David Main, BCom’80,
Director, Talisman Management and
CEO, Swets Information Services,
London, U.K.
Doug McCutcheon, BCom'87,
President, Longview Asset
Management Ltd., Toronto, ON
Stephen Miles, BA’90, MBA’99,
CEO, The Miles Group, New York, NY
Vineet Mitera, BCom'96, Principal,
Ward Ferry Management Ltd.,
Hong Kong
John Nixon, BCom’78, Executive
Director, ICAP, New York, NY
Ryan Pedlow, BCom'98, Founder,
Two Creeks Capital Management,
New York, NY
Cynthia Phillips, BCom’84,
Associate Executive Director, LMU
Entreprenuership Centre, LMU
Munchen, Munich, Germany
Charles Powis, BCom’86,
Executive Director, Canada Sales,
Morgan Stanley, New York, NY
Humayun Rashid, CEO, Mission
Strategy Inc., Toronto, ON
Paul Sandford, BCom’89, BA’90,
Managing Director, Ocean View
Global Research Ltd., London, U.K.
Colin Taylor, BCom’84,
Co-Head, aPriori Capital Partners,
London, U.K.
Brenda Trenowden, BCom’89,
Head of Financial Institutions, Europe
and Global Head of Funds, ANZ,
London, U.K.
Chris Viehbacher, BCom’83,
Chief Executive Officer,
Sanofi-aventis, Paris, France
Brian Walsh, MBA’76,
Chair & Chief Investment
Officer, Saguenay Strathmore
Capital, Purchase, NY
India Wardrop, NESsT Business
Advisory Network, London, U.K.
Bob Wardrop, BCom’86,
CEO, Belvall Investments Ltd.,
London, U.K.
Janet Wells, BCom’90, London, U.K.
Tom Wells, BCom’89,
Partner, Arma Partners, London, U.K.
Tony Whitworth, BCom’75,
Managing Director, Mystras Ventures
LLC, Stamford, CT
Karsten Witt, MBA’83,
Executive Director, Witt & Sohn AG,
Pinneberg, Germany
William Yu, Bsc(Eng)’84, MBA’87,
Managing Director, Cansbridge
Capital Corp., Atherton, CA
QSB Advisory Board
Members
Steve Albiani, BCom’03, Managing
Partner, Stratum Advisory Group Inc.
Karyn Brooks, BCom’76, Retired
Senior VP & Controller, BCE Inc.
Iain Bruce, BCom’81,
Managing Director, Risk Management,
AMBAC Assurance Corp.
Jeff Carney, BCom’84, President &
CEO, Mackenzie Financial Corp. and
Co-President & CEO,
IGM Financial Inc.
David Cheesewright, President
& CEO, Walmart International
Chris Clark, BCom’76, Former CEO,
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Greg Cochrane, MBA’74,
Managing Director, VRG Capital
Shawn Cooper, BCom’87,
Managing Director & Regional
Leader, Latin America/Canada,
Russell Reynolds Associates
David Court, BCom’79,
Director (Senior Partner),
McKinsey & Company
Jerry del Missier, BSc(Eng)’85,
MBA’87
Andrew Dunin, BSc(Eng)’83,
MBA’87, Dunin Management Services
Mike Durland, PhD’91, Group Head
and Co-CEO, Scotiabank Global
Banking and Markets
The Hon. Gloria Epstein, BCom’72,
Justice of the Court of Appeal
of Ontario
Ian Friendly, BCom’83,
Retired Executive VP & COO, U.S.
Retail, General Mills Inc.
Sam Pollock, BCom’88, Senior
Managing Partner, Brookfield
Asset Management
Paul Hand, BA’69, MBA’73, Managing
Director, RBC Capital Markets
Eve Heersink, MBA’74, Managing
Director, ONEX Corporation
Lisanne Hill, BCom’80,
President, Contor Industries Ltd.
Glenn Ives, Chairman,
Deloitte Canada
Michael Kehoe, BCom’78, CEO,
Cosmetica Laboratories Inc.
Tom Kinnear, BCom'66, LLD'02,
PhD, D. Maynard Phelps Professor of
Business Administration & Marketing,
Ross School of Business, University
of Michigan
Sam Kolias, Chairman & CEO,
Boardwalk Real Estate
Investment Trust
Jim Leech, MBA’73 (Past Chair),
Retired President & CEO, Ontario
Teachers’ Pension Plan
Valerie Mann, BCom’86, Managing
Partner, Lawson Lundell LLP
Doug McIntosh, BCom’82,
Managing Director, Alvarez
& Marsal Canada ULC
Gord Nixon, BCom’79,
LLD’03, Retired President & CEO,
RBC Financial Group
Thomas O’Neill, BCom’67,
LLD’05, Chair of the Board,
BCE, Bell Canada and Scotiabank
Sharon Ranson, BCom’80,
President, The Ranson Group Inc.
Don Robinson
David Sculthorpe, BCom’83,
CEO, Heart & Stroke Foundation
of Canada
John See, BScH’79, MBA’81, Vice
Chair, TD Wealth, TD Bank Group
David Shaw, BCom’75, CEO,
Knightsbridge Human Capital
Management
Michael Sifton, BCom’83, Managing
Partner, Beringer Capital
Donald Sobey, BCom’57, C.M.,
Chairman Emeritus, Empire
Financial Company Ltd.
Robert Sobey, BAH’88
Penny Somerville, BCom’78
Colin Taylor, BCom’84, Co-Head,
aPriori Capital Partners
Bill Thomas, CEO & Senior Partner,
KPMG Canada
Mary Ann Turcke, BSc(Eng)’88,
MBA’97, Executive VP-Field
Services, Bell Canada Enterprises
Bob Wardrop, BCom’86, Managing
Director, Belvall Investments Ltd.
Benita Warmbold, BCom’80, (Chair)
Senior VP & CFO, CPP Investment
Board
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