My undergraduate training prepared me to design creative communication and content strategies —Graeme Ivory, BA ‘07
Graeme Ivory – BA, Honours Communication Studies (2007)
I am the Director, Communications and Content at the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group. We are the Ottawa REDBLACKS, Ottawa Fury FC, and the Ottawa 67’s. I lead the communication and content strategies for Ottawa’s foremost sports and entertainment destination, Lansdowne Live and TD Place.
The Communication Studies program helped me develop critical thinking and analysis skills in the context of messaging and communication and I use these vital skills on a daily basis. I continue to be fascinated by how we communicate through media as well as audience reception and this informs the strategies we use in our organization today.
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