Alumni Notes

2015

Ariel Lubecki, MFin, CFA, joined Burgundy Asset Management as Institutional Relationship Manager in February to focus on client relationship management and business development for Canadian institutional clients.
Published in: Winter 2016

2014

Tanvi (Jain) Manser, MIB, and Armin Manser, met in the MIB program during Armin’s semester as an international exchange student. Several MIB alumni and exchange classmates traveled to India from around the world to celebrate the couple’s wedding in November 2016. 
Published in: Summer 2017
Bhairav Mehta, CQEMBA, was promoted to the position of Senior Data Scientist, Battery and iOS Power Log, at Apple Inc., in Cupertino, CA in April. In his spare time, he continues his work at DataInquest Inc., a company he founded in 2014 that offers training in big data, data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence. 
Published in: Summer 2017
Casey Burgess, CQEMBA, has been promoted to the positions of Executive Assistant City Attorney and Chief of the Municipal-Regulatory Section of the Dallas City Attorney’s Office. 
Published in: Summer 2017
Jayson Chakkalakal, AMBA, in March accepted a new role as Product Manager, Marketing, for PCM Canada (formerly Acrodex) in Edmonton. Jayson’s new role entails managing Evolve, an end-to-end SMB IT solution with a focus on the Canadian market. 
Published in: Summer 2017
Tyler Hennick, BCom, has joined the Agricultural Transformation Agency in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, as a Project Leader on a one-year contract.
Published in: Summer 2017
Rajesh Lakshmanan, MBA, and his wife Pradeepa welcomed Deeraj, a brother for their four-year-old daughter Deeksha, in November 2016. The family continues to reside in Toronto. 
Published in: Summer 2017
Evan Sequeira, BCom, after final exams spent three months in Belize teaching health in secondary schools before starting a job in financial services in Toronto. There, he discovered a way to merge his background in finance and his passion for mental health by joining Capitalize for Kids – a non-profit organization supporting children’s mental and brain health at Toronto’s Sick Kids Hospital. Founded by Jeff Gallant and Kyle MacDonald, both BCom’11, the enterprise continues to organize an annual investors conference, which has raised more than $4 million for the hospital over the past three years. In November, the group launched the Capitalize for Kids Student Challenge, in which university students will compete in a portfolio-management challenge to become “Canada’s top student investor”.  Visit capitalizeforkids.org/challenge for details. 
Published in: Winter 2017
David Weyant, CQEMBA, has been appointed Chair of the Board of Governors of Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, an internationally renowned home of arts and culture. He also accepted the position of Chief Operating Officer of the Alberta Lawyers Insurance Association. 
Published in: Winter 2017
Ray Dubois, EMBA, in November 2014 accepted a role with Merlin Entertainment LLC, as Director of Projects, Asia, where he is working on the Legoland theme parks in Nagoya, Japan, and Chuncheon, South Korea. Merlin oversees 104 attractions in 22 countries, including The London Eye and Madame Tussauds. 
Published in: Winter 2017

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