Community events

For the betterment of business and society

John Molson School Day 2022

DATE & TIME
Tuesday, November 22, 2022
5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Registration is closed

SPEAKER(S)

Shannon LLoyd, Ian Selvarajah, Ghalia Shamayleh, Romain Germond

COST

Complimentary

ORGANIZATION

University Advancement

WHEEL CHAIR ACCESSIBLE

Yes

A mosaic featuring Anne-Marie Croteau, dean of the John Molson School of Business, and others

Tuesday, November 22, 2022

5:30 p.m. Doors open
5:45 – 6:45 p.m. Presentations
6:45 – 8 p.m. Networking reception

From tackling climate change to exploring the delivery of mental health services, hear four John Molson standouts share their vision for harnessing the power of business to create a better world.

Speakers

  • Shannon LLoyd
    Associate professor, John Molson School of Business
  • Ian Selvarajah, BComm 07
    Executive Director - Management Consulting, KPMG Canada
  • Ghalia Shamayleh
    PhD candidate and Concordia Public Scholar
  • Romain Germond, current student
    Co-President of  the John Molson International Business Association (JMIBA)

Moderator

  • Nura Jabagi, MBA 14, PhD 21
    Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems (MIS), Laval University

John Molson School Day is a celebration of our outstanding students, alumni, faculty and staff.  On November 22, take the opportunity to show your #JohnMolsonSchool pride and tell the world what your community means to you. 


Shannon Lloyd, PhD

Associate professor, John Molson School of Business

Shannon Lloyd

Shannon Lloyd ’s current research focuses on the alignment of corporate environmental performance with collective environmental goals, such as the Paris Agreement temperature goal. She is a member of Concordia’s Loyola Sustainability Research Centre.

Before joining Concordia, she held positions in operations, product marketing, and applied research and consulting. 


Ian Selvarajah, BComm 07

Executive Director - Management Consulting, KPMG Canada

Ian Selvarajah

Ian Selvarajah’s career has been defined by diversity. He has worked across manufacturing, banking and retail industries, among others, including positions in North America, Asia, Europe and Latin America.

The constant is that he helps companies improve efficiency, value and innovation by guiding them through digital transformations.

Beyond the commercial space, Selvarajah has applied his skills to philanthropic work. He created the Ian Selvarajah Bursary in Business Technology Management to offset costs for Concordia students in financial need and founded a charity called Someone Like Me to promote diversity in leadership roles.


Ghalia Shamayleh, GrDip 15, MSc 19

PhD candidate and Concordia Public Scholar

Ghalia Shamayleh

Ghalia studies the digitization of therapy as a service through teletherapy platforms. She investigates the enabling and restraining capacities of these platforms to better understand how they shape the experiences of service providers and clients.

During her program, Ghalia presented her work at seven academic conferences. As a winner of the Most Distinguished Presentation award at the 2021 Montreal Business Schools’ PhD Symposium, she is currently a member of the committee responsible for organizing the symposium in 2022.

In addition to her Concordia degrees she holds a Bachelor of Science in economics with a concentration in marketing from the Wharton School of Business.


Romain Germond

Co-President of the John Molson International Business Association (JMIBA)

Romain Germond

Romain is currently enrolled at Concordia's John Molson School of Business working towards a Bachelor's Degree in International Business/Finance and pursuing sustainability studies.


Nura Jabagi, MBA 14, PhD 21

Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems (MIS), Laval University

Nura Jabagi

Two-time John Molson School graduate and Concordia Public Scholar alumna Nura Jabagi is an Assistant Professor of Management Information Systems (MIS) at Laval University. She is an expert in the Future of Work, and is dedicated to understanding how advanced technologies, like managerial algorithms, are changing the way we experience work. She also is an advisor at Deloitte in Human Capital Consulting.

Nura is a public speaker and expert in her field. She has been published in Business Horizons and the Journal of Managerial Psychology, and her editorials and opinions have been featured in the Globe and Mail, the Montreal Gazette, as well as Le Devoir and La Presse to name a few.

Nura leads the Philanthropy committee of the Concordia University Alumni Association (CUAA) and is an active member of the CUAA’s EDI task force.

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