Ahluwalia is a multiple award-winning Canadian jewelry artist, painter, speaker, professor of jewelry and a community builder.
Her work is sought by collectors worldwide and she’s recognized as one of the top masters of jewelry design in Canada. She’s won the De Beers Diamonds – International Award and the Rio Tinto Diamonds Global Design Competition.
Ahluwalia makes time to mentor George Brown Jewellery Arts students and is a member of the program advisory committee.
Busch is a graduate of George Brown’s Behavioural Science Technology program. He’s had a positive impact on the field thanks to his knowledge of Applied Behavioural Analysis, program development, program evaluation, research methods, staff training, student mentorship and adult education combined with his experience working with Indigenous communities and in clinical positions in the developmental and mental health sectors.
Fitzgerald is a leader in the financial services and human resources management sectors with more than three decades of experience. She’s the President of BOARDrx, the former Vice-Chair of the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA) and acts as a liaison between George Brown and the HRPA.
She’s also a member of the program advisory committee at our School of Human Resources and shares her experiences with students as a guest speaker in our HR Speakers Series.
Huijbregts is the Vice-President of Digital Transformation and Innovation at Cisco Canada. He’s demonstrated outstanding leadership in connecting the roles of technology, digital transformation and innovation with delivering high standard business outcomes for customers, industries, institutions, governments and the country.
Huijbregts is George Brown College’s Executive-in-Residence. He’s also a faculty member at the Harvard Graduate School of Design Executive Education. He also serves on the boards of several Canadian academic institutions and not-for-profit organizations.
As CEO of the Wellesley Institute, an organization that works in policy and research to create a healthier and more equitable environment across the Greater Toronto Area, McKenzie has focused on promoting and improving mental health and wellness and on resiliency and adaptability.
McKenzie has been connected to George Brown since 2009. He’s a frequent and highly appreciated guest speaker at annual college conferences and in the classroom.