From left: Maryanne Mathias

Kwantlen honours fab four

Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Alumni Association (KPUAA) honours the Distinguished Alumni Award winners in Surrey.

  • Mar. 24, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s Alumni Association (KPUAA)  recently honoured the following four 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award winners in Surrey:

• Stephanie Cadieux, Minister of Children and Family Development: Diploma in Marketing Management (1994)

• Baltej Dhillon, Staff Sergeant with the RCMP: Diploma in Criminology (1988)

• Maryanne Mathias, Co-founder and owner of sustainable fashion company Osei-Duro: Bachelor of Arts in Applied Design Fashion (2003)

• Chris McCue, President of McCue Environmental Contracting: Diploma in Environmental Protection Technology (1994)

Close to 150 guests gathered at the Eaglequest Golf course to honour the award winners, who were selected from a pool of nearly 43,000 Kwantlen graduates. The annual award recognizes alumni who have enhanced the reputation of the university through exceptional career, public and community service; athletics; arts and culture; or academic achievements.

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