uOttawa 16: quality and quantity on Forty Under 40 list

Posted on Thursday, June 7, 2018

It’s hard not to be pleased when uOttawa alumni and faculty do the University proud. This year’s Forty Under 40 Awards go to 15 accomplished alumni and a faculty member, among 40 Ottawa recipients.

The awards, organized by the Ottawa Business Journal and the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce, recognize  rising Ottawa business leaders under age 40 for their business accomplishments as well as community involvement and professional expertise. This year’s uOttawa recipients come from varied backgrounds, such as law, tech entrepreneurship and physiotherapy.

The recipients of the 21st edition of the awards will be celebrated at a gala on June 15 at the Hilton Lac-Leamy.

Congratulations to uOttawa’s 2018 award recipients.

Photos: Mark Holleron / Holleron Photography

Priya Bhaloo, BCom ’03 (Finance, Management Information Systems)
Vice President, TAG HR

Annik Blanchard, BCom ’03 (Accounting)
Partner, BDO Canada LLP

Jean-Michel Carrière, BASc ’03 (Civil Engineering), MASc ’07 (Civil Engineering)
Vice President, Adjeleian Allen Rubeli Ltd.

Taylor Fantin, BCom ’07 (Accounting)
Chief Administrative Officer, Fullscript

Samantha Iturregui, BA ’02 (Canadian Studies), LLB ’05
Partner, Kelly Santini LLP

Anna Lambert, BSocSc ’13 (Political Science, Communication)
Director of Talent Acquisition, Shopify

Nadine Leblanc, BCom ’03 (Accounting)
Deputy Chief Risk Officer, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Karen LeValliant, BSc ’03 (Human Kinetics)
Owner and Physiotherapist, Motion Works Physiotherapy Inc.

Scott McLaren, BCom ’05 (Marketing)
President, Festival Promotions

Jamie Petten, BSocSc ’11 (Psychology, Communication)
Director of Marketing, L-Spark

Amy Porteous, BCom ’03 (Marketing, International Marketing), MHA ’06
Vice President, Public Affairs, Planning and Family Medicine, Bruyère

Sandra Sbrocchi, BSocSc ’01 (Criminology), LLB ’04
Partner, McMillan LLP

Professor Caroline Sullivan, PhD
Co-founder and Co-director, Child, Adolescent and Family Centre of Ottawa, uOttawa

Saleh Taebi, BASc ’07 (Electrical Engineering), MEng ’10 (Engineering Management)
Founder, CanadaWheels Inc.

Michael Williams, BSocSc ’06 (Political Science)
Partner, Odgers Berndtson

Tanya Woods, BA ’02 (Communication, Spanish), LLB ’07, LLM ’09 (Law and Technology)
Founder and Chief Impact Officer, Kind Village Inc.

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