Meet CEP Calgary's Management Team
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Alana Day | Management Team Lead
Alana is graduating in May with my Bcomm in Risk Management and Insurance with a Certificate in Sustainability. She loves playing golf and cooking on the weekends and is looking forward to the wonderful things that this team will accomplish.
Marissa is recent graduate from the University of Calgary where she obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences. Throughout her degree, she has found a passion for Ecology, Zoology, and Conservation. She hopes to find a career in Communications and wants to work with non-profit organizations that support wildlife conservation. She has a strong passion for animals, particularly dogs, and her favorite place in the world is the zoo.
She is currently working as a Recruitment and Marketing Specialist at the University of Calgary. She is also a Jazzercise Instructor in NW Calgary, a volunteer blog/newsletter writer at the Alberta Institute of Wildlife Conservation, and an animal care volunteer for Pawsitive Match Rescue Foundation.
When she has spare time she likes to play soccer, do paint-by numbers, watch movies and read horror novels. Her all-time favorite TV show is the Office.
Celine Truong | Coordinator, Communications
Celine is a social researcher in the not-for-profit sector. She completed a BSc in Environmental Science and a BA in Global Development at the University of Calgary where she became passionate about the interface between human land use, public policy, and ecological integrity. Her undergraduate research focused on food security, where she developed her interests in place-making and balancing people-centered urban planning to foster sustainable community development.
Her work in the settlement and integration sector has a vital proponent in knowledge mobilization, ensuring that best practices designed and created by professionals are accessible to the public. Creating spaces to learn from one another, finding ways to mobilize unique strengths and leverage adapting practices is vital to Celine's work, which she hopes to carry into her role as communications coordinator at CEP.
In her spare time, she loves film photography, hiking, and exploring Calgary's urban bike paths.