Current FPA graduate students are invited to meet successful alumni on Thursday, November 8th (6:00 to 8:30 p.m) at The Red Lion Public House (47 Clarence Street).

Our Master’s and PhD graduates share how they’ve turned their graduate degrees into successful careers in the public service, the private sector, politics, and NGOs.

Join us for this evening of speed-networking in which small groups of current students will be paired with working professionals for an allotted amount of time. Conversations will continue over cocktails.

Alumni who will be in attendance include:
– Adrienne Yuen (Sector Specialist, Standards Council of Canada)
– Nicole Tishler (Policy Analyst at Transport Canada)
– Humna Shaikh ( Legislative Assistant to Member of Parliament, Marwan Tabbara)
– Patrick Spicer (Analyst at Environment and Climate Change Canada)
– Beatriz Peraza-Lopez (Senior Specialist, Canada Housing and Mortgage Corporation)
– John Olsthoorn (Mediator and Workplace Investigator, Laudusk Conflict Management Services)
– Christina Muehlberger (Membership Engagement, Organizing, and Outreach Officer, Canadian Association of University Teachers)
– Tiffany MacLellan (Advisor, Treasury Board Secretariat)
– Mitchell Kutney (Foundation and Stakeholder Liason, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario
– Scott Jarosiewicz (Analyst, Statistics Canada)
– Renata Grudzien (Analyst at Department of National Defense)
– Caitlin Gropp (Director of Parliamentary Affairs for Senate Liberal Leader Joseph A. Day, Senate of Canada)
– Hardave Birk (Government Relations Advisor, Federation of Canadian Municipalities)
– Fireda Ahmed (Registered Social Worker, French-language Public School Board of Eastern Ontario {CEPEO})

Free to attend. Complimentary snacks will be provided.

You must sign up to speak with specific alumni in advance. Learn more about each of them and make your own schedule on our website.