Backpack to Briefcase: Alumni Café

Two hands each holding a cup of coffee on a table

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2019
7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. 

Deerfield Hall Café
University of Toronto Mississauga (MAP)

This Backpack to Briefcase experience will bring students and recent graduates face-to-face with alumni from a variety of career sectors who are willing to share their experience and advice on career paths after graduation, building a network and job satisfaction. 

In preparation for this event, we recommend attending the UTM Career Centre Learn to Network session. 

Complimentary refreshments will be served. Business-casual dress is recommended. Complimentary parking in lots P4 and P8 for the duration of the event.

Alumni networkers:

Imre Gams Imre Gams (HBA 2012, History, Philosophy, English)
Trading Performance Coach
Trader
Owner, SAGA International
Rufaida Mohammed

Rufaida Mohammed (HBA 2006, Philosophy, Art & Art History)
Vice President of Counselling
Naseeha Mental Health

Laura Cocuzzi Laura Cocuzzi (HBA 2006, Classics, ICCIT)
Manager, Planning and Performance (Procurement)
Region of Peel
Wolfgang Van Rosan Wolfgang Van Rosan (BA 1997, Political Science, History)
VP Corporate Relations
Gold Millennium Group Consulting
Bilal Butt

Bilal Butt (HBSc 2014, Anthropology, Psychology)
Front Line Manager, Fraud
Capital One

Puneet Kohli

Puneet Kohli
Legal Counsel
Metrolinx

Niwah Visser

Niwah Visser (BA 2004, Art & Art History)
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Humber College

Kristina Huddy

Kristina Huddy (HBA 1997, French, Italian)
Senior Librarian
City of Mississauga

Joseph Fernando

Joseph Fernando (HBA 2014, Anthropology, CCIT)
Canadian Social Media Marketing Manager Lead
QuickBooks, Intuit Canada

Susan Guchardi

Susan Guchardi (BSc 1987, Biology, Life Sciences)
Manager, Patient Support Services
MERCK Canada Inc.

Dania Ciampini

Dania Ciampini (BComm 2007)
Business Advisor
City of Mississauga

Hana Tariq

Hana Tariq (BSc 2004, Psychology)
Lawyer
Bisceglia & Associates Professional Corporation

Fatima Ul-Haq

Fatima Ul-Haq (HBSc 2007, Psychology, Political Science)
Client Services Manager, Child and Family Program
Toronto Central Local Health Integration Network

This event is hosted in partnership with the UTM Career Centre, and Alumni Relations in the Office of Advancement.

Please contact Alumni Relations if you require information in an alternate format, or if any other arrangements can make this event accessible to you.

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