Graduates educated at Carleton, making waves at home and abroad
Allie Elwell, Senior Publicist, The Crown
Bachelor of Journalism (´10)
Allie Elwell used to think her dream job would be working as a news producer in a war zone. Then she got a job as a publicist for the Netflix television show, The Crown, and realized that her dream had changed—and she was living it.
Andrew Chang, Host of The National
Bachelor of Journalism (´04)
Alongside Adrienne Arsenault, Rosemary Barton, and Ian Hanomansing, Andrew is one of the hosts of the CBC’s The National. Chang was the Canadian Screen Award-winning host of CBC Vancouver News at 6. He has also spent time in the host chair for other network shows such as CBC Radio One’s The Current, CBC News’ The National and CBC News Now.
Andree Lau, Editor-in-Chief, HuffPost Canada
Bachelor of Journalism (´99)
One of Andree Lau’s first gigs after graduation was looking after overnight news content for CBCNews.ca—a portent of her future career in digital media. After her first job at CTV Ottawa, she spent 13 years working for CBC News before moving to HuffPost Canada in 2012 to launch its B.C. edition.
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