Students of the Week 5

Diana MonacoDiana Monaco

Diana has strong leadership and problem solving skills as well as a passion for creating fine art.  Post MMI, she hopes to work in the healthcare sector and play a key role in helping organizations solve the gaps and disparities that exist in the healthcare system.

Erin SmileyErin Smiley

Erin is a graduate of Queen’s University where she studied kinesiology.  For the past two summers, she has worked as a supervisor at a leadership camp in Mont-Tremblant where she was responsible for overseeing the physical and psychological well-being camp participants.  Her experience in managing and training staff has given her strong leadership and communication skills.  

Michael PinelliMichael Pinelli

Michael’s desire to bridge the gap between science and business stems from his work experience with a corporate law firm and the university laboratory setting. He has played competitive soccer for over twelve years and has developed a strong work ethic as well as problem solving and team skills.

Post graduation, Michael is interested in pursuing a career in the biotechnology or pharmaceutical sectors.