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ROMÉO ESSOU (EMBA 2019) IS PROMOTED TO VICE PRESIDENT AND CHIEF PROGRAMS OFFICER AT THE AFRICAN INSTITUTE FOR MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES (AIMS)

The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) is Africa’s first network of centers of excellence in mathematical sciences. They enable the continent’s youth to shape the continent’s future through Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) education- training Africa’s next generation of leaders. Roméo Essou, who is part of this year’s [...]

2019-04-02T09:39:06+00:00

The McGill-HEC Montréal EMBA Back to School Cocktail

Whether you're 6 or 60 years old, going back to study, at a new school (two in this particular case), is always a stressful situation. The McGill-HEC Montréal EMBA back-to-school cocktail aims to reduce this stress, to promote networking, to build relationships between the different EMBA graduate cohorts, etc. On [...]

2018-10-01T13:18:09+00:00

Launch of the Entrepreneuriat au féminin Scholarship by the Regroupement de diplômé(es) MBA HEC Montréal & EMBA McGill-HEC Montréal

Anne Marie Talbot, a 2016 HEC Montréal MBA graduate and founder of 17Aylwin, a personal assistant service, recently created a Women Entrepreneurship Scholarship for a HEC Montréal MBA student entrepreneurs. Having herself received a scholarship during her studies, she certainly saw the benefits. Anne Marie initiated the project by contacting [...]

2018-12-12T16:30:29+00:00

Four Scholarship Recipients with Positive Impact

The McGill-HEC Montréal EMBA Program recently welcomed the class of 2020, which includes four experienced leaders who, each in their own way, have a significant impact on their respective communities.  Each of them was awarded a $50,000 scholarship. These scholarships recognize their important work, and reflect the EMBA program’s commitment [...]

2018-09-21T09:55:39+00:00

How to Be a Better Leader: 4 Key Learnings from Leaders with Different Perspectives

This year’s McGill-HEC Montréal Executive MBA scholarship recipients presented what it is like to do business in their respective environments to their classmates. Leanne Bayer, the Executive Director of West Island Community Shares (WICS), spoke about her extensive experience in the non-profit sector and particularly of her ten years in Burundi, where she arrived shortly after the end of the civil war. Jason Annahatak, Director of the Kativik School Board, Post-Secondary Student Services, spoke about Nunavik and the Inuit culture and way-of-life, sharing advice on how to do business in the Arctic.

2018-09-21T09:56:06+00:00