Communication Studies prepared me for my career by developing my ability to see clarity in complexity. —Kayla Isabelle, BA ‘14
I work as a Consultant at Ingenium Communications, a firm specializing in strategic communications, change management, and training. I provide project management and consulting services across Canada to clients including the Government of the Northwest Territories, the Canadian Institute for Health Information, the Canada Council for the Arts, and the House of Commons.
Communication Studies prepared me for my career by developing my ability to see clarity in complexity. The analytical and critical thinking skills I developed as a student have been integral to my consulting career managing multiple clients, tight deadlines, and the variety of complex communication challenges organizations face today. The program also provided me with tremendous leadership opportunities as the President of the Communications Undergraduate Student Society (CUSS), and as a volunteer with local associations, including the Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) and the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).
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