SFU (and Venture Connection) alumni figure prominently on BIV 40 under 40 list
Last week Business in Vancouver (BIV) celebrated its 2018 list of Top 40 Under 40 business leaders. Thirty per cent are SFU alumni and of those, half graduated from the BBA or MBA programs in the SFU Beedie School of Business. The remainder earned SFU degrees in arts and/or science. Some have also completed SFU’s Coast Capital Savings Venture Connection program for early-stage ventures.
BIV selected its winners for their demonstrated excellence in business, judgement, leadership and community contribution.
Join us in congratulating these outstanding alumni.
Ravi Beech, BA '06 (psychology). COO Valley Acrylic Bath
Benjamin Britton, pending PhD ’18 (chemistry); SFU Graduate Certificate in Science and Technology. Chief strategy officer and vice-president, business development, Ionomr Innovations Inc. Also an alumnus of SFU's Coast Capital Savings Venture Connection program.
Josh Carr-Hilton, BA '09 (communication). CEO The District
Graham Collings, BBA 2002. Executive investments, ACM Advisors
Kylie Dickson, BBA '02. VP business, Equinox Gold Corp.
Poonam Jassi, BSc '06 (molecular biology and biochemistry). Senior director of operations, CBI Health Group.
Jenny Konkin, BA 2008. President and co-founder, Whole Way House Society
Matias Marquez, BBA '12 and also SFU Venture Connection alumnus. Founder and CEO, Buyatab Online Inc.
Kylie McMullan, MBA 2008, BA 2004 (communication). Principal, Finch Media
Nishant Singh, BA'10. Co-founder and director, Alliance Maintenance Ltd.
Dianne Sparrow, EMBA 2015. Intergovernmental affairs manager, Musqueam First Nation
Denise Williams, MBA 2015. CEO, First Nations Technology Council. Member, SFU Board of Governors.
Originally published on SFU News. Read the story here.