CANCELLED - DesautelsConnect Office Hour with BCom alumna Lysiane Proulx

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Published: 5Mar2020

Join us for a DesautelsConnect Office Hour on March 19 at 11:00 a.m. In a small group setting, chat with Desautels alumna Lysiane Proulx (BCom'06) about her journey from BCom graduate to healthcare IT specialist.

With a passion for digital health and the future of healthcare, Lysiane will share tips on how to get into the health IT industry as a recent graduate, insights into the life of a product manager, and how business professionals are leading the way in the health IT industry. Lysiane will also cover topics such as digital heath in Canada vs the U.S. and disruptive healthcare innovation.

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About the Host

Lysiane Proulx (BCom’06) is a marketing intrapreneur combining over 14 years of experience in strategic marketing (national and international), product management, and business development for technical solutions. She is currently working as a Senior Market Manager at TELUS Health, a role where she is dedicated to developing and executing impactful marketing programs for digital solutions that drive healthcare efficiencies.

What are Office Hours?

Office Hours are small informal group conversations between a member of the Desautels alumni, a community partner or a faculty member and 5–11 students or recent graduates. It is an interactive opportunity for students to ask questions and gain insight into industries of interest. Hosted periodically throughout the year, they provide a powerful and intimate networking experience between industry leaders and up-and-coming business professionals.

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