The Network, Atlantic Canada edition – Fall 2011
Helping Deloitte alumni in Atlantic Canada stay connected
|These are challenging times. We are pleased to see some great investments in the Atlantic region through oil and gas projects and ship-building contracts. While it’s a time of uncertainty and instability globally, we have much to be proud of locally. Like you, we are poised to offer support and guidance, innovation and leadership to our region. Deloitte – including you, its network of thousands of alumni – is ready to help. We are proud of our alumni and how you have stayed a part of our extended family.|
This, the Atlantic region’s first issue of the alumni newsletter, marks a new beginning. We are committed to connecting with our Atlantic alumni more frequently. We always enjoy touching base with old and new friends and we’ve had the opportunity to meet with some of our alumni during the past couple of years. We’ve discussed your expectations of our firm and we’ve heard your feedback on our events, relationships and communications.
Highlights of this issue include:
- A profile of alumnus Amy Glynn, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt at Bell Aliant
- A profile of alumnus Tracey Whyte, founder of ESL Learning Clubs in Halifax
- An article on Shannon MacDonald, Atlantic Managing Partner and one of Canada’s most powerful women
- An article on Deloitte’s work with the Greater Halifax Partnership
- A sneak peek at local events in St. John’s and Halifax
We hope you enjoy reading this inaugural issue and enjoy your connections with Deloitte. If you have comments or suggestions for the newsletter, please email us. We encourage you to keep your contact information up to date so that we can inform you about local activities.