2018 Program Alumni

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Cleo Breton

Jordan Cooper

With a BA in Social Anthropology & Sociology from Dalhousie University, Cleo has a strong interest in social development, philanthropy, and policy. She is an active volunteer with TAPS and VIDEA, while currently working at the Children's Health Foundation of Vancouver Island.

Jordan has worked at the local non-profit, Our Place Society for 10+ years. Starting as a volunteer after graduating from high school and continued to work there afterward. He is ever so committed to bringing people together in a community through this challenging, but fulfilling work.

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Katherine Ghanem

Kathryn Giorio

 

Originally from Ottawa, Katherine moved to Victoria to be closer to family and attend Camosun College (Bachelors of Business Admin, HR major). She works for BC Public Service in the HR department and spends her free time volunteering with Superheroes of Victoria

Kathryn has spent the last 22+ years working with her husband, building their construction company. She works part-time at the Cridge Women's Transition House while pursuing a degree in social work at UVIC. Her family of 4 are outdoor enthusiasts and love to run, bike, hike, ski, and boat! 

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Roger Hazleden

Kathy Khouri

Completing a double-major in Biology & Psychology (UVIC), Roger is currently director of data infrastructure & management at the BC Ministry of Education. Before this position, he worked on a joint task force between the Ministries of Social Development, and Child & Family Development.

Kathy spent many years working in Victoria's not-for-profit industry. She has a BA Child & Youth Care (UVIC) and also has a certificate in Leadership Development (Camosun). Since 2009, she is a committee member of Lending Women, a women's group that meets to discuss pertinent issues facing women in leadership today.

Manuela Lale

Sharde Long

Born & raised in Vienne, Austria, Manuela has lived in Victoria since 1999. She has a strong background in the media world, having worked in Marketing for Austria's largest weekly news magazine. She is now with UVIC in their Human Resources Department.

Sharde holds a BA in Psychology (UVIC) as well as a certificate in the foundations of volunteer management. She is an active volunteer with CPHR BC & Yukon and on our board. She is currently the HR Manager at Victoria Women's Transition House.

Linda Nobrega

Jessica Olsen

Linda works for the Provincial Government as an Archivist. She holds a Masters of Archival Studies (UBC) and two Bachelor degrees in Archeology and Sociology/Anthropology. She is a cycling commuter and finds joy in biking.

After attending UVIC, Jessica lived in London, UK for 10 years to complete her Masters & Ph.D. in Neuroscience. She came back to Victoria in 2010 and now works as Senior Researcher Policy Analyst for the Ministry of Education (BC Gov).

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Jonathan Ruhl

Tatum Savage

 

Jonathan graduated from an Applied Communications Program and now works as a Marketing & Communications Strategist at Camosun College. He loves to bike and explore neighborhood parks and trails with his three kids and wife.

Tatum has 10+ years of customer service and support experience from small locally owned businesses to call- centers at large companies. She is currently a Customer Experience Specialist at Flow here in Victoria.

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Brooke Shaughnessy

Tara Skobel

 

From Minnesota, Brooke came to Canada to attend UBC to complete a major in International Relations & Hispanic Studies. Her studies led her to a year traveling Peru, Bolivia & Colombia. She is driven to work in the community development sector.

With a degree (Douglas College) and partial masters (UVIC) in Child & Youth care, Tara is Youth Programs Coordinator at Quadra Village Community Centre. Working in this field for 12+ years, she is an active volunteer. Such as her work with Victoria's Youth Service Provider Network.

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William Doyle

 

A mechanical engineer by education (Queen's University), yet William's work is mostly construction of public civil infrastructure. He is currently a Project Manager at Pomerleau, where he undertakes the management of civil & industrial projects

 

 

 

 

Congratulations 2018 Grads! We wish you all the best with your future learning endeavours.

 

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