We are proud to share that #BVGAlumni Jordyn Listro '13 has been selected to join the Canadian women’s soccer national team roster for the 2021 SheBelieves Cup in Orlando, FL, USA.
Jordyn made her international "A" debut for Canada on February 21 against Argentina, and the Canada team won the match with a 1:0 victory.
Read more here: https://canadasoccer.com/news/20210221-canwnt-v-arg/
Photo Source: Jordyn Listro Instagram @jordylistro
Photo Source: Canada Soccer Twitter @CanadaSoccerEN
Interview Video Source: Canada Soccer Twitter @CanadaSoccerEN
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The Bayview Glen Alumni Association was excited to present our first virtual event with #BVGAlumni author Jordyn Taylor '08 on Wednesday, December 9.
Members of the Bayview Glen community participated in the virtual book reading of Jordyn’s debut young adult novel The Paper Girl of Paris, and interacted with Jordyn directly during the Q & A session with lots of great questions and participations.
In addition, Jordyn talked about her upcoming young adult novel Don’t Breathe a Word, scheduled to be published in May 2021.
Congratulations to Jessi S. who was randomly drawn as the lucky winner of our free signed book giveaway.
Please stay tuned for details on other virtual alumni events in the new year. We hope to see everyone again at our next event.
About the Author:
Jordyn Taylor graduated from Bayview Glen in 2008 and is the 2020 recipient of the Bayview Glen Distinguished Alumnus Award. Based in New York City, Jordyn is the deputy editor of content at Men’s Health magazine, and the author of two young adult novels: The Paper Girl of Paris (2020) and Don't Breathe a Word (2021), both with HarperTeen. Jordyn is also an adjunct professor of journalism at New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. To find out more about Jordyn and her books, please visit her website at jordynhtaylor.com, or on Twitter and Instagram (@jordynhtaylor).
On Tuesday, December 1, two talented alumni - Dr. Vinay Bhide '93 and Dr. Fahim Merali '06 - joined our second online Career Breakfast as guest speakers and shared their insights in the Periodontics and Orthopedics professions with our current students and parents from the Prep and Upper School community.
What great advice from two of our alumni for students interested in pursuing medical career paths. "Doing what you love is freedom. Loving what you do is happiness." It was clear from Dr. Bhide that he does what he loves and loves what he does. He introduced us to the periodontic field of dentistry and the functional and cosmetic transformation that it provides to his patients. He also shared how his practice is also a business and as such provides the ability to be your own boss and create the lifestyle you desire, though you are also responsible for the financial sustainability to your employees. Dr. Merali echoed the same message. His advice to students - don't do it if your heart isn't in it, sometimes you might feel like you're flying by the seat of your pants and that's okay, you need to take care of your mental health, and finally, and most importantly, be kind. This has helped him grow his network and build his reputation among colleagues and administrators and has led to further career opportunities. He shared how his own career path allowed him to continue to learn as family medicine is a great career path that provides avenues for growth.
The last Career Breakfast of the school year is scheduled for Tuesday, March 2, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. to be held online via Microsoft Teams. Please stay tuned for more details. We look forward to seeing you at our next Career Breakfast.