MA Leadership Alumni

Dan Hogan, MA Leadership alumni

Dan Hogan

MA Leadership alumna, Dan Hogan learns to step outside of his comfort zone by leveraging teamwork and trust

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Connie Stevens

Connie Stevens

Throughout her career in health care, Connie Stevens has worked in many different areas, but her main priority has always remained constant - to make a positive impact on her industry. For Connie, being an effective leader was central to achieving this goal, and the MA Leadership program at the University of Guelph allowed her to learn from people in different industries, while reflecting and critiquing her own leadership style.

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Bryan MacCullough

Bryan MacCulloch

As Deputy Chief of Police for the Niagara Regional Police Service, Bryan MacCulloch leads a municipal police service with approximately 1,000 members and manages an operating budget of approximately $134 million. A self-proclaimed life-long learner, Bryan decided to pursue his MA Leadership at the University of Guelph to gain an education that complemented his 30 years of policing experience, focused on topics relevant to his leadership role, and allowed him to benefit from fellow professionals with diverse leadership backgrounds. He graduated in February 2014 on the Dean’s List.

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Collen Sim

Colleen Sim

MA Leadership alumna Colleen Sim developed an interest in the positive impact of effective teamwork early on in her career. It is something that has stayed with her over time and ignited her interest in the role of strong leaders in directing team success. After decades of service in a number of mental health and crisis response roles, including executive director of Victim Services of Sarnia-Lambton, Colleen decided to enroll in the MA Leadership program at the University of Guelph to expand her understanding of leadership and grow as a leader. Through this experience, she not only gained new skills to thrive in the workplace, she also embraced a new career direction.

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Ingrid Berkeley-Brown

Ingrid Berkeley-Brown

Ingrid Berkeley-Brown doesn’t consider herself a role model, even though she’s the highest-ranking black female police officer in Canada. As superintendent of Peel Regional Police, and MA Leadership alumnae, she prefers to be a mentor who helps others reach their goals, whether that’s to work in law enforcement or another field.

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Amani Hitimana

Amani Hitimana

MA Leadership alumnus Amani Hitimana is committed to serving the vulnerable population and bringing positive change to his community and abroad. He has always had the passion to help others, but If you ask him it was his the University of Guelph's MA in Leadership program which gave him the tools and skill set he needed to achieve his professional goals. 

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