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Mary Ann Turcke: President, NFL Digital Media and NFL Network
Mary Ann Turcke: President, NFL Digital Media and NFL Network

Marry Ann Turke oversees all of the company’s national operations including TV, radio, digital and out of home.   In November 2009, and again in 2010, Mary Ann was recognized among the elite ranks of the most influential women in Canada when she was added to Canada’s Most Powerful Women Top 100 list for her accomplishments in her management role, vision and leadership, corporate performance and community service. She was also named Woman of the Year in Communications and Technology in 2015.

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Megan Lenz: Project Manager, New Line Structures Inc.
Megan Lenz: Project Manager, New Line Structures Inc.

“My Queen's Civil Engineering degree prepared me to not only succeed, but excel in the challenges of my Master's studies. It helped grant me the opportunity to live in some of the world's most dynamic cities and work on the design of buildings that will define skylines.”

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Phil Jones: Engineering Manager, EllisDon
Phil Jones: Engineering Manager, EllisDon

Works closely with EllisDon's project teams across the country to provide construction planning and technical input for site logistics, formwork and falsework design, and tower crane foundations and climb sequencing. The Engineering department, with its specialized knowledge, is proactively involved in EllisDon's projects and within the construction industry identifying construction issues and working to find collaborative solutions.

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Paul Webster: Founder and Owner of an Industrial Laser Process Company
Paul Webster: Founder and Owner of an Industrial Laser Process Company

Paul is founder and owner of Laser Depth Dynamics, a Kingston based startup whose specialty is the LD-600, a device that allows for precise depth measurement of industrial laser processes. In other words, when a laser beam is used to cut or drill a material, the LD-600 allows the operator to know exactly how deep the cut is, as the cut is being made.

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John Ford: Structural Engineering Consultant
John Ford: Structural Engineering Consultant

As a boy, John Ford, Sc’00, MASc’04, loved to watch things being built. Earth-movers, cranes, power tools, and hammers so fascinated him that his mother suggested he become an engineer or a carpenter. Now he does both: he’s an engineer by day and a carpenter in his spare time. When not at work, John focuses on remodeling his Toronto home, with his wife’s help.

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Sizi Bebe: Co-founder and Executive Technical Director
Sizi Bebe: Co-founder and Executive Technical Director

Sizi Bebe has overcome much adversity in her life, but her positive and hopeful attitude shines through. Born in Zimbabwe, Sizi’s knack for science and mathematics led her to study engineering at the University of Zimbabwe. Her undergraduate degree further piqued her scientific curiosity, so she decided to head to Australia to do graduate work in polymers, a substance with a molecular structure made chiefly from a large number of similar units bonded together.

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Basel Nabulsi: Highspeed Communication Designer
Basel Nabulsi: Highspeed Communication Designer

Basel Nabulsi, PhD’13, grew up in Kuwait, studied in Jordan, France, Brussels, and Kingston, and, at age 31, landed his dream job in Kanata, Ontario. He’s among the growing number of PhD graduates who have chosen a career in industry rather than in academia after they’ve graduated.

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Scott Bonham: Money Manager
Scott Bonham: Money Manager

Scott Bonham, Sc’84, was a money manager of tech stocks at one of the world’s largest investment management organizations in 2000. Over dinner with newly appointed IBM president and COO Sam Palmisano, he did the unthinkable.

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