Stories of Inspiring Alumni
Meet alumni from the Faculty of Public Affairs who are finding early success in their careers with the help of their Carleton degree! From the House of Commons to the TV anchor chair, they’ll share stories from the workplace and offer tips for joining their career field.
Check back each month for the latest stories!
Juliana Serje is a Senior Development Analyst with McSweeney and Associates, a firm that helps Canadian municipalities with community and economic development. What led you to study economics? I always saw myself working in international... More
Joe Blomeley is the Senior Vice President, Public Sector and Ontario Region Lead at Morneau Shepell, a human resources consulting and technology company. What attracted you to NPSIA? I actually came to Carleton to do... More
Kate Grisdale is a Project Coordinator at Refugee 613, a coalition of citizens and groups that work together to integrate refugees in Ottawa. What interested you in EURUS? I was attracted to the flexibly structured... More
Connie Lazore was recently re-elected as District Chief of the Tsi Snaihne district of the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne, which lies between the U.S. and Canadian border. This was the second time you were elected... More
Glennys Egan is a Senior Gender and Research Specialist with Digital Opportunity Trust, a non-governmental organization that supports young people in Africa and the Middle East who are applying technological innovations to community development. How... More
Wen Ci is an Economist at Amazon in Seattle, Washington. What do you like about being an economist? As an applied economist, I’m trained to use large datasets to explore business/policy questions and then provide... More
Ayat El-Dewary is a Senior External Relations Officer for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, based in the United Arab Emirates. What led you to pursue a degree in law? I have always been... More