Schulich Alumni Advocate for Diverse Tech Leaders
Schulich’s Tech MBA owes much of its success to our dedicated alumni community, including top tech leaders who actively shape the curriculum, take part on the Tech MBA Advisory Council, offer mentorship, speak in the classroom, support scholarships, and facilitate internships. Schulich’s influential alumni play a crucial role in advocating to further strengthen the program’s reputation and growth.
Schulich is thrilled to announce three newly established awards thanks to the support of our alumni’s involvement and leadership. These awards will be given to equity-deserving students who self-identify as Black, Indigenous, or Female. Recipients of these awards demonstrate community leadership and academic achievement.
Thank you to the alumni who are making a difference in the lives of our students:
- Ramanpreet Boporai (iMBA ’05), Director, Financial Planning, CN Railway Company for his help in championing the CN Railway Tech MBA Diversity and Inclusion Award valued at $10,000.
- Mary Ann Yule (EMBA ’11), President & CEO, HP Canada for her endorsement through the HP Canada Excellence Award valued at $10,000.
- Anna Maria Ewing, (MBA ’88), for her commitment to women in tech through the Anna Maria Ewing, MBA ’88 Tech Leadership Award valued at $5,000.
Establishing scholarships enables a diverse and inclusive program as well as benefits the industry with access to top-tier talent, fostering innovation and leadership in this ever-evolving sector. For more information on establishing a named award, please contact Catherine Hardman, Director, Philanthropic Engagement at email@example.com.