career day 2012: list of speakers

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career day 2012: list of speakers
CAREER DAY 2012: LIST OF SPEAKERS Kelly Alexander...........................................................................................................................................2 Janet Allingham (Old Girl, Class of '68).............................................................................................3 Anitra Bostock.............................................................................................................................................4 Sun Ah Brock................................................................................................................................................5 Jody Cohen (Old Girl, Class of '04) ......................................................................................................6 Natalie Dumoulin (Old Girl, Class of '83) .........................................................................................7 Carl Field........................................................................................................................................................8 Andrea Fox (Old Girl, Class of '95)......................................................................................................9 Ronald Gilbert........................................................................................................................................... 10 Dr. Deborah Golberg, MD, CFPC (Old Girl, Class of '91).......................................................... 11 Micol Haimson (Old Girl, Class of '92)............................................................................................ 12 Gen Heistek................................................................................................................................................ 13 Lys Hugessen ............................................................................................................................................ 14 Katharine Marsden (Old Girl, class of ‘98) ................................................................................... 15 John McGaughey ...................................................................................................................................... 15 Tracey Mckee ............................................................................................................................................ 16 Chris-­‐Ann Nakis (Old Girl, Class of '74)......................................................................................... 17 Noel, Marie-­‐Christine ............................................................................................................................ 17 Penny Pattison ......................................................................................................................................... 18 Belinda Peres (Old Girl, Class of '85) .............................................................................................. 18 Debra Polomeno (Old Girl, Class of '91)........................................................................................ 19 Thea Pratt................................................................................................................................................... 19 Astri Prugger............................................................................................................................................. 20 Rebecca Reich (Old Girl, Class of '94)............................................................................................. 21 Mairi Springate......................................................................................................................................... 22 Lynn Verge ................................................................................................................................................. 23 Dr. Audrey Wise (Old Girl, Class of '73)......................................................................................... 24 1 Kelly Alexander
Radio Announcer for Virgin Radio & CJAD 800
Education: Graduated from Ryerson University with a B.A.A (Bachelor of Applied
Arts)
Career Path:
• Worked in radio since 2002.
• Announcer for Standard Radio/Astral Media Radio since 2005
• including working on Mix 96, CHOM, CJAD and Virgin Radio.
Other Info:
• I've been in martial arts since the age of 6 and currently hold a 4th
dan black belt in karate.
• I come from a farm north of Montreal and apart from training
in martial arts I also enjoy playing soccer and teaching karate to kids
& adults.
• I also host my own online show that is broadcast around the world
online and is also on several radio stations in Asia including Japan,
Singapore, Malaysia, and Australia.
Websites:
• montreal.virginradio.ca
• kellyalexandershow.com
2 Janet Allingham (Old Girl, Class of '68) Registered Nurse in independent practice. Education: • B. Sc. (Nursing) from the School of Nursing at McGill • International Board Certified Lactation Consultant • M. A. in Applied Linguistics, Carleton University Career Path: • Like most nurses, I started off in hospital nursing. However, our education at McGill had a strong focus on community nursing (during that era) and so I soon switched to home care ie providing nursing care in the home. • I also worked for a few years in two hospitals in Montreal as a Liaison Nurse, assisting patients to make the transition from hospital to home by organizing home care services for them. • During the ten years I was at home while my children were young, I kept active in nursing by doing volunteer work for the Canadian Cancer Society: I assisted people who were diagnosed with cancer to obtain services such as transportation and information. • When I went back into the workforce on a full time basis, I became a public health nurse, eventually qualifying as a lactation consultant. I worked for many years with a rural population, many of whom did not read or write well. This introduced me to the field of health literacy, and to M.A. studies in applied linguistics. • At the present time I am developing an independent nursing practice that focuses on testing printed health information to make sure that it can be used by people with limited literacy skill, and also finds ways of involving them in the writing of such materials. • I am also currently a volunteer literacy tutor in a prison and in a Learning Kitchen for at risk youth in Vermont. Other Information: I think that some experiences at Traf impacted my career path. In the first place, McGill was where almost all of us went! Second, Traf’s Principal at the time, Miss Harvie, stressed the importance of helping people who did not have as many resources as we had. I think that this is partly why I find myself working, much of the time, with marginalized populations within our communities: poor people, those who have limited literacy skill, those in prison etc. I have found this to be very rewarding, because as a person who is part of the mainstream, with a degree of comfort in approaching organizations, I am able to be a voice for those who cannot speak or advocate for themselves. 3 Websites: http://www.nursingcareerscanada.ca/ Anitra Bostock Sports Coordinator for the City of Westmount Education: • Concordia University B.A Specialization Applied Human Sciences Therapeutic Recreation • McGill University Public Relations Management Graduate Certificate (in progress) Career Path: • I worked at 2010 Olympics in Vancouver as the Staffing Supervisor for the Canada Pavilion for both the Olympics and the Paralympics. • I want to continue working in community and municipality based programming for the time being and eventually expand into health care and education in the realm of event management and fundraising. Other information: • In 2009 I started a Christmas gift box campaign in association with La Rues des Femmes. Since 2009 we have filled over 500 gift boxes and 50 food baskets that have been donated to local women’s shelters just before Christmas. Items that go in each box are personal care products, chocolates, bus tickets, pyjamas, socks and other items, we also collect money and use the funds to purchase extra items to go in the boxes. Our goal this year is to fill 250 boxes and 50 food baskets as well as get 2 washing machines and 2 dryers. • My goals are to teach, train and design educational events. • I want to inspire girls to be active and achieve their goals. 4 Sun Ah Brock Co-­‐owner and president of Lux Decor and 123Quatro inc., a sales agency in the Home Decor industry Education: • Lasalle College in Fashion Design Career Path: • Worked in the Fashion industry as a retail supervisor for Groupe Steilman. • At 23 Brock supervised 10 US retail stores and re-­‐vamped the merchandising image of these stores, while increasing sales and customer service. Fashion was a great influence in Brock's current career in the home decor industry. • Having started a Sales Agency in 2001 called 123Quatro inc, Brock developed home decor products for various retailers across Canada ( Reno Depot, Loblaws, Zone, Rona etc. ) • Working with prominent design Guru Joseph Mimran of Club Monaco fame, Brock travelled to India for many years sourcing exclusive product for President's Choice. Brock consistently produced high quality product with a design edge and became a strong vendor for Loblaw's. Style, Sourcing & Quality control was the strength of Brock's sales agency. • Brock then went on to open Lux Decor in 2004 which has become a leader in Home furnishings in the Montreal area. Lux Decor has been featured in Maison et Demeure, Decormag, Montreal Home, The Gazette and various other publications. Lux Decor is a reflection of Sun Ah Brock's passion for all things decorative. Brock believes that both beauty and function can co-­‐exist and is the basis for all of her design spaces. Lux Decor has become a hub for designers and design savvy customers looking for "Affordable Luxury`". Other information: The flexibility of being an entrepreneur has allowed Brock to successfully be able to balance both the challenges of operating a business, and raising a young family. Websites: 5 www.lux-decor.com Jody Cohen (Old Girl, Class of '04) Human Resources Generalist Education:
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1999-2004 - Trafalgar
2004-2006 - Marianapolis - Honours Commerce
2006-2009 - McGill BCom - Major Marketing, Concentration
Organizational Behavior
2009-2011 - HEC Montreal Masters of Science in Administration (M. Sc) Organizational Development
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May 2008-­‐ August 2009 -­‐ Bristol-­‐Myers Squibb -­‐ Human Resources Intern
September 2009-­‐ September 2011 -­‐ Bristol-­‐Myers Squibb -­‐ Human Resources Associate
October 2011 to present -­‐ Pharmascience -­‐ Human Resources Generalist
6 Natalie Dumoulin (Old Girl, Class of '83) Television Producer (specialty animation) Education: • Traf Class of '84, • Collège Jean de Brébeuf: Political Science • Collège Dinant, Belgium: French Literature • Concordia University: Communication/ Radio & Television Certificate Career Path: • While living in Belgium I began translating storyboards for a Belgium cartoonist. • 1st job: Producers assistant. • 2nd job: Managing the art department on a television production • 3rd job: Floor manager on sets • 4th job: Development writer • 5th job: Line producer (oversaw schedules & budgets) • 6th job: Associate producer @ CINAR • 7th Job: Production Executive @ TELETOON • 8th job: Director of Canadian productions on Feature Films @ ASTRAL • 9th job: Executive Producer @ COOKIE JAR Entertainment • 10th job: Director of Development @ TVA INTERNATIONAL • 11th job: Director of Development @ GALAKIDS • 12th Job: Freelance Development writer/ animation producer • 13th job: Director of International Children's Development/ Producer @ PIXCOM 7 Carl Field Director of Construction at JPMA Global Inc., Montreal Quebec Career Path: • Began as labourer on jobsite in Vancouver BC in 1979 • Began construction project management career in Montreal after Alexis Nihon fire in October 1986 (rebuilding the tower and complex after the fire) • Moved on to Vicon Construction in 1989 • to Patella (major millworker and construction company in Lasalle) in 1990 to 1994 • Began my own company in 1994 operating in Montreal and the US • Returned to employee status in 2000 with SAJO Construction in Montreal • 2010 began with JPMA as Director of Construction. Other information: • Overall trajectory from worker to senior management in 30 short years! • Project values of upwards of $20 million. • Part of my present responsibilities include mentoring new and advancing project managers. Info Website: http://www.jpmaglobal.com/ 8 Andrea Fox (Old Girl, Class of '95) Health Economist Education:
• Andrea graduated from Trafalgar in 1995. • She then went to Marianopolis College for a degree in Liberal Arts; • to King’s College – Dalhousie University for a BA Hon in International Relations
• 2005 attended the SDA Bocconi University in Milan, Italy for a Master of International Healthcare Management and Economic Policy. Career Path: In 2001, Andrea started her career with an internship in Bonn, Germany at the United Nations Volunteers a division of UNDP. After her internship, she returned to Montreal and began working for Fusion MD, a pharmaceutical consulting company. In 2003, she worked with Lundbeck Pharmaceuticals and in 2005 left for Milan to do her MSc in Health Economics. In 2006, Andrea joined GSK Biologicals in Belgium, the global headquarters for GSK Vaccines where she was the global head of Sales Excellence. In 2008, Andrea moved to Paris to work with a company called i3 and finally in 2011, she started her own consulting company, Fox Consulting. She is also the Commercial Director at Neomedis, a company in which she is part owner. 9 Ronald Gilbert Film Producer Career Path: • Ronald Gilbert started working in the film and television industry more than two decades ago. • Starting as a Production Accountant, he then worked for many years as a freelance Production Manager and Line Producer for Canadian and foreign companies. • Ronald joined the Mediabiz family in the spring of 2010 as their Head of Production. • Besides handling productions in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and Halifax, he has also worked in France, Italy and the U.K. on various co-­‐production projects. • From 1999 to 2002, he was also VP Production with TVA International and Productions La Fête in Montreal. • He is a founding member of the board of the Quebec Film and Television Commission. Other Information: His credits include: • the Universal feature film entitled “The Chronicles of Riddick 3” starring Vin Diesel; • the feature film “Maina” with Graham Greene for E1; • the Lifetime movie “Magic Beyond Words” about Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling and starring Poppy Montgomery; • the Alliance/Lionsgate UK feature film “The Moth Diaries” written and directed by Mary Harron (“American Psycho”) and starring Sarah Bolger, Lily Cole and Scott Speedman; • Sony’s 3D feature film “Resident Evil – Afterlife” with Milla Jovovich; • Silver Pictures’ feature films “Whiteout” starring Kate Beckinsale and “Orphan” with Peter Saarsgard (both distributed by Warner Bros); 10 •
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the MGM film entitled “Picture This” starring Ashley Tisdale of “High School Musical” fame; the Walden Media feature film “Journey to the Center of the Earth – 3D” starring Brendan Fraser (distributed by New Line) and the NBC mini-­‐series “10.5 Apocalypse” with Kim Delaney and Frank Langella Dr. Deborah Golberg, MD, CFPC (Old Girl, Class of '91) Family Physician Education:
• Traf Grad (1991)
• DEC Pure and Applied Science John Abbott College (1993)
• Bachelor of Science with Honors from Queen's University (1995)
• Undergraduate Medicine Degree at The University of Western Ontario
(1999)
• Family Medicine Residency at McGill University located at the CLSC Cote
des Neiges (2001)
• Fellowship in Emergency Medicine and Maternal and Child Health (2002)
Career Path:
• Family Medicine Clinical Practice with additional focus on maternal/child
health (including full breadth obstetrical care) and aboriginal health
• Lecturer at McGill in Faculty of Medicine as well as in the Family Medicine
Department
• Executive Committee Member of the Council of Physicians, Dentists and
Pharmacists at Kateri Memorial Hospital Centre
Other information:
• New mother to Jason (September 16, 2011)
• Avid sports enthusiast playing soccer and ultimate frisbee
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Enjoy cooking and photography
Micol Haimson (Old Girl, Class of '92) Director, Global Transaction Banking, Scotiabank Education: • Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science Career path: • After finishing school she worked for a software company. While sitting behind a computer for four years, she realized she needed to be working more directly with people and building relationships. • She left programming behind and found a business development position at Scotiabank. During her almost 10 years at the bank (less two for maternity leaves), she has had various positions within the Global Transaction Banking team in Montreal and the US. • Most recently she took over as Director for Eastern Canada Sales. Micol leads a team of 10 account managers in Montreal and Ottawa responsible for building relationships with Canadian corporations. Our team works with these companies to find the right banking solutions for their operations in Canada and internationally. Other information: • Mother of two boys, Harry (5) and Ben (3) 12 Gen Heistek Business Owner Education : • BA Communication Studies (Specialization in Sound) Career Path: • I moved to Montreal in 1989 to pursue a BA in Communication Studies at Concordia University. • I got my first job in media at the community radio station CKUT-­‐FM in 1991, as the assistant to the Music Programming Coordinator (a post I later filled after graduation). • In 1997, I was hired on to the CBC radio program “Brave New Waves” as a researcher and occasional host. I was later promoted to Junior Producer. • I left that job in 2002 to pursue my musical career as a member of the band “Hanged Up” with which I have released 3 records on Constellation Records. • I embarked on several European tours (notably, as a supporting act to Godspeed You! Black Emperor) before returning to Montreal to once again put down roots. • I founded my first store, “Local 23”, in the fall of 2003 with three partners and only $500 each! We made our money back within a month, and so embarked on the exciting adventure of retail. • I am the owner and operator of the clothing exchange store “Local 23”, and the vintage boutique “Annex Vintage.” I am also the founder of the local design shop “General 54.” All are situated in Montreal's Mile End neighbourhood, where I have lived and worked for the last 20 years. Other information: • I am very happy doing what I do, because it gives me the variety and mobility that I seem to need to be happy. I am currently developing an on-­‐
line store, and maintain a thriving vintage style blog. These online 13 projects very much tap into my Communication Studies training, and bring my career adventure full circle! Website: www.annexvintage.com Lys Hugessen President GIV3 Education: • BA Honours Psychology Queen’s University • MBA Marketing McGill University Career Path: • 16 years in marketing management at Johnson & Johnson, Corby and Kraft General Foods. • 10 years managing Ipsos Montreal Brand Equity and Advertising research team. • 7 months leading GIV3, a startup non-­‐profit organization. Other Information: GIV3 is a very unique non-­‐profit charity. Our mission is to encourage more Canadians to be more charitable. We stand on 3 pillars: more volunteering, more donations and more encouragement. We operate public awareness programs using social media and partnerships with other Canadian charities. Websites: Visit www.giv3.ca and please like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GIV3Canada. 14 Katharine Marsden (Old Girl, class of ‘98) Evaluation Adviser, Human Rights Commission Education: • B.Com from McGill • LL.B. from Université de Montréal • LL.M. International Human Rights from the National University of Ireland in Galway Career Path: • After law school, I worked as a lawyer in the field of Refugee Law for 7 months • Then in general Civil Law for 4 months, both in Montreal. • Following the LL.M., I did a 3-­‐month internship at the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda in Arusha, Tanzania. • I am currently working at the Human Rights Tribunal and have been since July 2011. Website: www.cdpdj.qc.ca. John McGaughey President of Mira Geoscience Education: • B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Geological Engineering. • Ph.D. in Geophysics (Seismology – study of earthquakes) Career Path: • I had summer jobs while at university doing uranium exploration in Nunavut and oil exploration in the Rocky Mountains. 15 •
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After my graduation I worked for an oil exploration company in Egypt. I then decided to become a graduate student at Queen’s, which was a fantastic experience. I moved to Montreal to work in mining technology development at the Noranda Technology Centre in Pointe Claire, where I worked for 10 years. I started my own company, Mira Geoscience, a small (40 people) software and consulting company in the mining industry, 12 years ago, and that is where I still work. Other information: Our company helps big mining companies use many kinds of scientific data to create 3D pictures of what the rocks look like underground. This helps them figure out if there might be something of value (like diamonds, gold, other metal) in the ground below us. It can also help mining companies figure out if there is something in the rocks that poses a danger for people or equipment in a mine, in time for them to do something about it. Website: www.Mirageoscience.com Tracey Mckee Teacher, John Abbott, Radio Production, Broadcast Media and Media Studies Education: • McKee has an Honours B.A. with a double major in English Literature and Theatre Arts from the University of Western Ontario. • She also has a Graduate Diploma in Communications Studies and an M.A. in Media Studies both from Concordia University. Career Path: • McKee began her broadcasting career in 1994 as a traffic reporter for CHOM FM. 16 •
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She then advanced through a series of progressively responsible positions in the broadcasting industry at CIQC Radio, CFQR Radio, CBC Television and Global Television. In addition to show host, she has been a radio producer, entertainment reporter, news reader, feature reporter and weather anchor. From 2000 to 2008, she was the host of This Morning Live on Global Television – a three hour, full service morning show where she conducted daily interviews with guest experts, local and international political leaders, authors as well as entertainers from here and abroad. Today, McKee is also a full time teacher in the Creative Arts Department of John Abbott College. Her specialties are radio production, broadcast media and media studies. Tracey McKee brings energy, knowledge and experience to her roles as broadcaster and teacher. Currently, Tracey is a freelance broadcaster at CJAD 800 radio. Chris-­‐Ann Nakis (Old Girl, Class of '74) Owner of two Montreal Baton Rouge Restaurants Noel, Marie-­‐Christine POWE President 2012 and McGill Chemical Engineering Student P.O.W.E. (Promoting Opportunities for Women in Engineering) committee is a philanthropic group at McGill University. We volunteer our time and commitment to promoting awareness and exposing young women to the many career opportunities offered to them in the field of engineering. Our main goals as a committee are to encourage the presence of women in engineering and to increase awareness about the amazing contributions that women have made to engineering. We accomplish these through activities, promotional visits, conferences, and fundraisers. 17 Penny Pattison Owner, Dépanneur Le Pick Up Education: • Studied English Literature, McGill University Career Path: • McGill student-­‐-­‐Anarchist Bookstore member • Music Librarian • New York City street vendor • Manager • Restauratrice Websites: http://depanneurlepickup.com/ Belinda Peres (Old Girl, Class of '85) Federal Prosecutor Education: 18 • BFA • LL.B Career Path: • studied photography in CEGEP, • went to university for graphic design, • practised as a designer for 7 years, • then went back to school to study law. • Have been a lawyer for 8 years. Debra Polomeno (Old Girl, Class of '91) Counsellor, Champlain College St. Lambert Education: • Master of Arts, Counselling Psychology, McGill University • Bachelor of Science, Occupational Therapy, McGill University Career path: • I worked as an Occupational Therapist for 5 years. I worked at a rehabilitation centre and helped adults and seniors regain their autonomy. I worked different clienteles including patients with burns, neurological conditions, orthopedic matters and limb amputations. • I then worked at a pharmaceutical company, Merck Frost, in Public Affairs over a 4-­‐year period. • Since completing my Masters in Counselling Psychology, I have been working for the past 5 years as a Counsellor at Champlain College St. Lambert. I work with CEGEP students and help them deal with personal matters, career exploration and study skills. • I also obtained my license as a psychologist. Thea Pratt Puppet Animator Education: • McGill University with a Bachelors of Science in Environmental Biology 19 •
Concordia University with a B.A. in Film Animation Career Path: • Her first career trajectory was heading her toward a life in the sciences. After graduating from McGill University with a Bachelors of Science in Environmental Biology, Thea soon realized that though she was passionate about the Environment, working within the medium of film was a better way to have her voice heard. • After graduating from Concordia University with a B.A. in Film Animation she began honing her technical skills in the field of animation through an apprenticeship on the animation stand at the National Film Board of Canada where she later returned to create the short film Eaude in 2004. • Between 2000 and 2003 she worked in the commercial sector as an optical printer and animation stand technician as well as directing stop-­‐motion animation commercials for television. • Thea has worked as a stop-­‐motion animator on several television animation series in Europe and Canada and has also worked as an animation director, technical consultant and effects artist on several independent productions out of Montreal. • Her first professional independent film, Out of the Weeping Web completed in 2007, has screened internationally. • Thea Pratt has been working as a puppet animator, based out of Montréal, Québec for the past eleven years. Websites: Eaude Out of the Weeping Web Astri Prugger Fashion designer Education: 20 •
She studied fashion design for three years at St Lawrence College in Kingston, Ontario, graduating in 1984 Career Path: • Astri Prugger is a Montreal fashion designer known for her elegant custom and ready-­‐to-­‐wear design, accessories, and jewellery. She studied fashion design for three years at St Lawrence College in Kingston, Ontario, graduating in 1984 and opening her first boutique the same year. • Originally from Saskatchewan, Astri lived in Norway, Austria, and Spain before settling in Montreal, founding Astri Prugger Design in 2002. Other information: • Her creations have danced the night away at Montreal society events including the Austrian, Hungarian, St Andrew’s, and Daffodil balls. • Astri’s designs are executed by her design team from pattern making to the creation of a cotton muslin to the completion of each unique piece. • Hand finishing and haute couture detailing are emphasized. • Astri’s love of colour, texture, and quality are evident in every garment she creates. Her clothing is distinctive in its simplicity and classic elegance. Website: http://astripruggerdesign.com Rebecca Reich (Old Girl, Class of '94) Engineer Education: • Electrical Engineering from McGill University • Master's from the Media Lab at MIT Career Path: Rebecca is currently Director of Business Development in Quebec with a 21 non-­‐profit, Mitacs (www.mitacs.ca). Rebecca's academic and professional lives have primarily brought her from Montreal to Boston and Copenhagen, with many visits to various parts of Asia and Europe along the way. With a background in Electrical Engineering from McGill University, a Master's from the Media Lab at MIT and a lifelong love for music, she has focused her career thus far on audio, acoustics, and electronics. She brings research experience from the National Research Council of Canada and work experience from Analog Devices Inc. and Octasic Semiconductor, having worked closely with customers and managing a team of engineers. Other information: Other interests include running, playing piano, and geeky gadget talk. Mairi Springate Criminal defense attorney at the firm Shadley Battista s.e.n.c. Education: • 2001 -­‐ D.E.C. in Liberal Arts from Dawson College • 2005 -­‐B.A. from McGill University in Italian Language and Literature & Humanistic Studies • 2008 -­‐B.C.L. and LL.B from McGill University Career Path: • 2007-­‐2009: Research assistant on long-­‐term project re: criminalization of polygam • 2009-­‐2010: Articled with the Crown Law Office Criminal (appellate division) in Toronto • 2010: Called to the Law Society of Upper Canada • 2011: Called to the Quebec bar • 2010 -­‐now: Defense attorney at Shadley Battista s.e.n.c. 22 Website: www.shadleybattista.com/avocats.html Lynn Verge Executive Director, Atwater Library and Computer Centre, a medium-­‐sized charitable organization Education: • B.A. (Memorial University); Ll. B. (Dalhousie University); Graduate Diploma in Administration (Concordia University) Career Path: • Law practice in Newfoundland and Labrador • Elected political office at the provincial level in Newfoundland and Labrador • Minister of Education -­‐ 1979-­‐1985 • Minister of Justice and Attorney General -­‐ 1985-­‐1989 • Opposition critic for constitutional issues, justice and culture -­‐ 1989-­‐1995 • Leader of the Opposition -­‐ 1995-­‐96 • University teaching • Law practice • Non-­‐profit administration Other information: • Volunteer involvement : o women's movement during the 1970s o board service and volunteer fundraising for arts organizations and a group serving severely physically-­‐disabled adults Websites: http://www.mun.ca/munalum/luminus5/2.html www.atwaterlibrary.ca 23 Dr. Audrey Wise (Old Girl, Class of '73) Counsellor, Trainer and Executive Coach Education: • Doctor of Education -­‐ Counselling Psychology, Boston University 1982 • Pre-­‐Doctoral Internship -­‐ Clinical Child Psychology, Massachusetts General Hospital -­‐ Harvard Medical School 1980-­‐1981 • Pre-­‐Doctoral Internship -­‐ Behaviour Therapy, Boston University Medical Center 1979-­‐1980 Career Path: • Upon completing her doctoral degree and training Dr. Wise started a consulting and private practice. • Practice includes: o assessments o executive coaching, o conflict resolution o career counselling and transition o communication skills, o train-­‐the-­‐trainer o stress management o issues of mental health in the workplace o interpersonal difficulties o divorce and mediation o sex and couple therapy o behaviour problems of children and adolescents For more information : Ordre des Conseillers et Conseillères D’Orientation du Québec (OCCOPQ) http://www.orientation.qc.ca/ 24 

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