The Aurum Awards celebrate Dalhousie alumni for their outstanding achievements and contributions in research and innovation, community engagement and leadership. And this year’s winners check all the boxes. Read their stories to learn more about this group of outstanding alumni.
“I had the chance to take on positions such as teaching assistant, residence assistant, and council member which fueled my interest in leading others,” he says. With an interest in healthcare coupled with his newfound leadership passion, he knew the Master of Health Administration degree was the perfect fit!
On January 17, the ELEMENT Mentoring Program was launched at the School of Health Administration in the Tupper Building. The program is designed to offer experiential learning, advice, and direction from key experts and professionals to prepare mentees for their careers as emerging health leaders. The program was conceived by the School of Health Administration’s Executive-in-Residence, Robert Zed, President and CEO, Triangle Strategies (MHSA ’86).