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Uzma Kashyap, EMBA’22, tells us she’s living in Mississauga and is passionate about motivating others to invest in their learning and education. “I was recently part of a career panel and spoke about how people should carve out time to learn more and expand their reach . . . learn with kids, listen to audio books and take that course that was put on the back burner years ago.”

Published in: Spring 2023
Brenda Katwesigye Baganzi

Brenda Katwesigye Baganzi, MBA’22, tells us she is heading to Mastercard as an associate managing consultant. She continues to remain involved with her vision care and prescription eyewear company Wazi, which she co-founded in 2016 in Kampala, Uganda.

Published in: Spring 2022
Sathya Krishnamurthy
Sathya Krishnamurthy, MIB’22, visited more than 10 U.S. cities in three months, including Las Vegas (pictured). Sathya is also dedicating more time to producing content for her mental-health Instagram page @mindavinci.
Published in: Fall 2022
Ting Li, PhD'22, has joined Ivey Business School at Western University as a tenure track assistant professor in information systems. “Coming to Queen’s and studying under the guidance of the digital technology group at Smith is the best decision I have made in my academic career. I received strong and coherent support from my supervisor and dissertation committee during my doctoral study and job hunt,” she writes.
Published in: Fall 2022
Anum Nazir

Anum Nazir, MMIE’22, Artsci’21, shared with us that she enjoys travelling and volunteering in her community with Rotary International. She lives in Oakville, Ont., and is searching for job opportunities in HR and leadership.

Published in: Spring 2023
Nicholas Scarcelli

Nicholas Scarcelli, BCom’22, Law’22, tells us he’s working for Silicon Valley-based technology company Databook. The job allows him to work remotely from his home in Oakville, Ont., but he did get to see the company’s headquarters in Palo Alto, Calif., and visit San Francisco with the company.

Published in: Spring 2023
Nicolle Sirisko, EMBA’22, and business partner Shayne McGregor of Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory launched AndThenIWasFree, anon-profit focused on addiction, mental health and LGBTQ2S+ support and education. Guided by the Seven Grandfather Teachings and best practices in social work, the organization offers holistic programming, workshops, teachings, education and more.
Published in: Fall 2022
Cassandra Uhrich
Cassandra Uhrich, EMBA’22, and Mitchell Johnstone, MMAI’20, were married on June 25 in Canmore, Alta. They are living in Melbourne, Australia.
Published in: Fall 2022


Donata Bauer
Donata Bauer, MIB’21, tells us that before taking on post-graduation career opportunities, she spent six months backpacking and travelling to 13 countries. She recently completed a summer VC internship program based out of Dubai. She has now joined Accenture in Toronto as a strategy analyst. “This marks my cross-continental move from Europe to Canada,” she says. “Exciting 2022 so far.”
Published in: Fall 2022
Daniel Benjamin Jolic

Daniel Benjamin Jolic, BCom, says he’s been travelling around Yukon and northern B.C. while working as a transportation planner with the Yukon government. Daniel is returning to school this fall for his master in political management as the inaugural recipient of the Great Lakes Fishery Commission Scholarship in Political Management at Carleton University.

Published in: Fall 2021