A veteran of the Harry Potter film franchise, Chloë Grysole, BA’98, is the general manager for visual effects powerhouse Cinesite’s new Montreal branch.
Sportsnet calls Matt Nichol, BEd’98, “hockey’s best trainer” and his clients include NHL stars like Tyler Seguin. Pretty impressive for a guy who “felt like a fraud” when he began working in hockey.
When violence hits home, Sarah Flatto, BA’09, is there to help victims and survivors of abuse find life-changing support.
Chances are, Julie Cobb, BA’87, doesn’t match the picture in your mind of what a prison warden looks like. The straight-talking psychology grad takes her job very seriously — and loves it.
CloudFlare co-founder Michelle Zatlyn, BSc’01, was recently named a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum along with Tumblr founder David Karp and boxing champion Wladimir Klitschko
Wild dogs on First Nations reserves in Alberta have a champion in award-winning veterinarian Judith Samson-French, BSc(Agr)’81.
Music educator Dantes Rameau, BMus’05, recently found himself in exclusive company when he was named to Ebony Magazine’s Power 100 list along with Barack Obama, Beyoncé and Oprah Winfrey.
With two university degrees under his belt, actor Dillon Casey, BSc’05, is a far cry from the troubled character he plays on the new TV drama Remedy.
Lindsey Brine’s impressive RCMP career has seen him leading international policing efforts in Haiti and pursuing terrorists in Africa. Now he finds himself the top Mountie in Nunavut – and it’s exactly where he wants to be.
She’s only 24, but Ti-Anna Wang, BA’12, already has 10 years of experience as a human rights activist. Her campaign to free her father from a Chinese prison was the inspiration for a recent novel.