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Ayesha Harji ('06)
Ashley Faloon ('06)
Stephanie Fowler ('06)
Erica Hendry ('07)
Krissy Sibley (McLeod) ('06)
Ashley Pardoe ('06)
was matched to the anes-
thesiology residency program at the University
of Ottawa.
Graeme Blake ('07)
is now living in Montreal
and started his own business three years ago,
providing tutoring and classroom teaching to
prepare students for the Law School Admission
Test (LSATs). He is also the author of LSAT Hacks,
available on Amazon.
Bridget Arsenault ('08)
works with Vanity Fair
in their London office and is co-founder of Bright
Young Things (BYT), a film club that supports up-
and-coming filmmakers. On Apr. 30 BYT hosted
the screening of Sweet Dreams, an award-winning
documentary that details the story of a remarkable
group of Rwandan women who defy the devasta-
tion of the genocide to form the country's first all-
female drumming troupe and open the country's
first ice cream shop. The screening took place at the
May Fair Hotel.
Landon Braverman ('11)
graduated from the
Graduate Musical Theatre Writing program at
NYU's prestigious Tisch School of the Arts in 2013.
He recently founded the Canadian Musical Theatre
Writers Collective -- the largest organization in the
country that helps support and promote the work
of Canadian musical theatre writers. The group of-
ficially launched in early 2014 with a concert in NYC.
The show was also presented in Toronto to a sold-
out crowd. Braverman recently finished a revival
of Frank Loesser's The Most Happy Fella, with the
original orchestration of 38 players. He is currently
the music assistant and copyist for the Broadway-
bound musical Honeymoon in Vegas, written by
Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown
and starring Tony Danza.
Marcie Meekins ('12)
, pictured left with Cana-
dian singer/songwriter Anne Murray, accepted
the position of project co-ordinator at the Anne
Murray Centre after graduation. She was promoted
to executive director in 2013 and played a key role
in the development of a partnership between the
National Music Centre and the Anne Murray Centre.
The goal of the partnership is to raise the profile of
the NMC in Atlantic Canada while bringing music
education projects to the region. Marcie is currently
employed by both organizations.
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