Alumni Profiles

Jayevan Foster, President of Empire MGNT

Jayevan Foster Artsci’13 Celebrates His Sport Agency’s Five-Year Milestone

Jayevan Foster, Artsci’13 is helping football players get to the CFL and helping them navigate life after football with his sports agency, Empire MGNT.

Elamin Abdelmahmoud, Artsci'11

Elamin Abdelmahmoud, Artsci'11, Talks about his Career and Queen's Progress in Equity

Elamin joined us to talk about his childhood in Kingston, how his Queen’s education has influenced his career, and details on his upcoming book, Son of Elsewhere.

Aaron Bains, Malcolm Ruby, and Justice David Stratas.
Aaron Bains, Malcolm Ruby, and Justice David Stratas.

Three Law Grads Named to Most Influential List

One of the Canada’s most influential intermediate appellate court judges, a young lawyer focusing on issues facing minorities, and a partner representing disabled Canadian veterans in a successful class action lawsuit are honoured.

Ashley Maracle, Artsci’09

Inspiring the Next Generation of Indigenous Story Tellers

Ashley Maracle, Artsci’09, hopes a horror movie contest encourages Indigenous filmmakers to tell their own stories.

Norman Musengimana

Helping to Reduce Unemployment through Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries

Norman Musengimana, MMIE'18, brings a lifetime's worth of insight to his company, BizSkills Academy, a virtual incubation platform that aims to make entrepreneurship accessible to everyone.

Dr. Jamaica Cass

Getting ready for impact

Dr. Jamaica Cass, PhD’13, has spent the last decade preparing herself to make an impact on her Ontario Indigenous community.

Immigration lawyer Heather Segal, Law’94

Helping Refugees and Canadian Businesses

Immigration lawyer Heather Segal, Law’94, helps highly skilled refugees come to Canada and work for businesses.

Author Iain Reid, Artsci'04.
Author Iain Reid, Artsci'04.

Canada’s Next Big Author is a Queen’s Grad

The hype is building for writer Iain Reid, Artsci’04, who is garnering his share of awards and critical acclaim. Now a movie adaption of his book, I’m Thinking of Ending Things, debuts on Netflix on Sept. 4.

Race car driver Dalton Kellett
Dalton Kellett finished 31st at this year's Indy 500. (Credit LAT Photo)

Engineering Grad Races in the Indy 500

Professional race car driver Dalton Kellett, Sc’15, says his engineering physics degree makes him a better driver. 

Justice Hugh Fraser

Justice Hugh Fraser Carries on his Father's Legacy

Alumnus Justice Hugh Fraser reflects on his career as a judge and shares what it means to him to have a bursary founded in his father’s name with the goal of increasing diversity in the faculty of law.

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