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Congratulations to one Telfer Executive MBA alumnus who was announced as a recipient of the 2017 Telfer School's Trudeau Medals.

Congratulations to Telfer Executive MBA alumnus Bryan Belanger, EMBA 2007, who will be recognized by the Telfer School of Management as a recipient of the 2017 Trudeau Medal at the Gala of Excellence on October 21st, 2017

Trudeau Medals

Established in honour of Reverend Father Roland Trudeau, OMI, former director of the University's Commerce department from 1950 to 1965, the Trudeau Medal is the highest honour given by the Telfer School of Management to its alumni. It recognizes leadership, initiative and contributions to the business world, the community and their alma mater.

It was first awarded in 1989 to recognize the leadership that some of our alumni have undertaken in their professional life.

David AdamsonBryan Belanger, EMBA 2007

As Vice President of Technology for Ideal Protein, Bryan is responsible for the Global IT strategy, support, and development of Ideal Protein’s IT infrastructure, business and consumer applications and web presence. He is also responsible for leading the product development of all cutting-edge technology that Ideal Protein delivers to their customers. Prior to joining Ideal Protein in 2016, Bryan spent two years leading the North American and European technology divisions of Club Assist. Before that, Bryan spent seven years with Techinsights as well as twelve years in increasingly senior technology roles at Telesat, Canada’s sole satellite telecommunications provider, and has also worked as a financial analyst and business development consultant for the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club. Bryan holds an Executive MBA from the Telfer School of Management and a Bachelor of Computer Science from Acadia University in Nova Scotia. When not hard at work driving technology initiatives, he enjoys playing (and watching) hockey, travelling, and spending time with his family.

 


Published: July 4, 2017 | Category: Latest News

I found the live interaction with a really interesting and experienced group of people to be an invaluable learning process that provoked open-mindedness and renewed creativity.
Fiona Gilfillan, EMBA 1994, Board Member, Elizabeth Bruyere Foundation
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