Check out this recent interview in The Edge, A Leader’s Magazine, featuring #BVGAlumni Suraj K. Gupta ’07 who is the Co-Founder, President and CEO of Rogue Insight Capital:
Connor Mahony attended Bayview Glen from 2005 to 2012 and graduated from the Ivey Business School at Western University in 2017. After graduation, Connor worked as a management consultant at Deloitte, where he specialized in strategic planning, operating model design, customer experience design and digital transformation. Connor has advised clients in Canada and the U.S., working primarily with organizations in financial services, health care and the public sector. After four years in consulting, Connor recently joined Buf, an early stage technology start-up, where he currently manages operations and finance.
Kyle Trahair graduated from Bayview Glen in 2011 and is a Toronto-based Principal with the Boston Consulting Group. He spent 10 years at Bayview Glen, enjoying his experiences on the cross-country, tennis & swimming teams as well as the opportunity to enroll in several AP courses in his grade 11 and 12 years. Following his graduation from BVG he pursued his undergraduate degree at Western University, graduating from the Ivey School of Business in 2015. Following this, Kyle joined the Boston Consulting Group where he now specializes in advising consumer retail clients on strategic issues and opportunities to improve their operations with advanced analytics.
Congratulations to Anson Funds, owned by Moez Kassam ’99 (pictured) and Amin Nathoo ’99, on being recognized by the Hedgeweek Americas Awards 2021 as Best Equity Hedge Fund (over $500m).
Congratulations to #BVGAlumni Christine Cruz-Clarke ’98 on her new appointment as Chief Executive Officer at Balzac’s Coffee Roasters. Prior to joining Balzac’s, Christine spent over 18 years leading businesses and teams in CPG, Management Consulting and Sustainability in both Canada and Europe. Christine is a proud parent with two sons currently studying at Bayview Glen. We wish Christine continued success in her new career journey.
Click here to read the official press release from Balzac’s Coffee Roasters.
Big congratulations to #BVGAlumni Jordyn Taylor ’08 on winning the Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People from the Canadian Children’s Book Centre for her debut Young Adult novel “The Paper Girl of Paris”.
Check out our @BVGAlumni Instagram profile for the message from Jordyn.
Andrew Jerjian graduated from Bayview Glen in 2006 and is a Toronto-based associate in the Global Infrastructure & Projects Group at Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP. He has experience acting for lenders, export credit agencies, equity investors, sponsors and borrowers on a wide variety of international project development, finance and M&A transactions in the energy, infrastructure and natural resources sectors. Andrew has advised on transactions in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia in sectors including wind, solar PV, nuclear, oil & gas, shipping and smart metering. Andrew has been a lawyer at international law firms Clifford Chance LLP and Latham & Watkins LLP in London, UK. While in the UK, Andrew was seconded to HSBC as in-house counsel, where he worked on export, asset and infrastructure finance transactions. Andrew is a dual-qualified lawyer in New York and England. Prior to qualifying as a lawyer in England, Andrew pursued a two-year training contract at Clifford Chance LLP in London, UK. During his training contract, he worked in the corporate/M&A, energy & infrastructure and capital markets groups, as well as in the international arbitration group in Paris, France.
Ashley McKenzie graduated from Bayview Glen in 2005 and is counsel for the Government of Ontario. She is currently counsel for the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Colleges and Universities. She has also acted as litigation counsel in the Constitutional Law Branch and legal counsel to the Deputy Attorney General. Ashley has extensive experience advising, acting for and representing the Crown across various subject areas. She has represented the Crown in constitutional litigation regarding carbon tax stickers, bargaining rights and minimum vision requirements for bus drivers. She had the unique opportunity to negotiate agreements to support the first Indigenous self-government arrangements in Ontario. She also advises on and drafts bills for consideration by the Legislature. As legal counsel to the Deputy Attorney General, Ashley’s portfolio included Indigenous justice, justice modernization initiatives and all civil legal advice and representation for the Province. Ashley graduated from the University of Toronto (Trinity College) with a Bachelor of Sciences (Hon.) in 2009, and from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law in 2012. She started working for the Ontario government as a summer law student in 2010, where she focussed on criminal law and general civil litigation services.
Congratulations to #BVGAlumni Christian Mele ’15 on receiving the Mitacs Lab2Market Award for his research in pressure ulcer monitoring. The Lab2Market programme is Canada’s national-level research commercialization programme led by Ryerson University, University of Manitoba, Dalhousie University and Memorial University. We wish Christian all the best as he continues his Masters study at the University of Waterloo.
Congratulations to #BVGAlumni Terence Yeung ’20 on reaching the podium again this past weekend with a Bronze medal in Table Tennis Men Singles at the 2021 Canadian Championships held in Laval, Québec. Terence is one of 32 players in the world invited to play in the age-based individual events in the Table Tennis World Youth Championships to be held in Portugal this December. Terence is honoured to represent Canada in that annual prestigious event, and he is the only Canadian and one of 4 North Americans invited for the U19 categories. Additionally, Terence has qualified as one of 64 players in the Main Event of the Classic Tetris World Championships 2021 that will be held this coming weekend online. We wish Terence all the best as he continues his studies at Western University while training and preparing for the world championships.
Photo Source: Table Tennis Canada Facebook Page