Rotman Spotlight: Christina D’Alimonte & Erin Marcotte

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Rotman Spotlight aims to introduce the student body to each GBC member’s mission to bring the three pillars to life: Support, School Spirit and, Community & Integration.

For this edition of Rotman Spotlight, we had a quick chat with our GBC Social Directors, Christina D’Alimonte & Erin Marcotte.

Read on to learn a little more about Christina & Erin.

CHRISTINA D’ALIMONTE

Christina

1. Who are you?

Christina D’Alimonte, GBC Social Director, 2014 FT
Before joining Rotman I worked in the educational publishing industry, first as an Editor and then as a Program Manager. Most recently, I worked for CIBC as a summer Associate in the GMRP Program

2. Why did you join the GBC and what is your mission for the 2013-2014 school year?

My first year at Rotman was a rollercoaster of ups and downs! More often than not, what kept me afloat were the friendships I made along the way. Social events were a big part of allowing me to get to know my classmates better, and always a highlight.  I hope to bring the same opportunities to this year’s class and encourage everyone to play as hard as they work!

3. What is your favourite thing about the Rotman experience?

The people—there are so many fantastic people from all over the world, each with unique experiences and stories to share.

ERIN MARCOTTE

Erin

1. Who are you?

Erin Marcotte, GBC Social Director. I’m in the 2015 3YR Evening MBA and am a Talent Management Consultant at Self-Management Group.

2. Why did you join the GBC and what is your mission for the 2013-2014 school year?

This is actually my 10th year on student council (since high school!), so I guess there is just something that draws me to it! It probably has to do with the fact that I love being involved so that I can know about all of the events going on and meet as many of my schoolmates as possible. My mission as Social Director this year is facilitating the same things for you! I want to make sure that everyone can experience some fun events as a chance to unwind and expand their social network at the same time.

3. What is your favourite thing about the Rotman experience?

My favourite thing about the Rotman experience is the informal learning. Don’t get me wrong, the learning done in the classroom is great, but I’ve been surprised by how important the learning outside of the classroom (through conversations with my classmates, club involvement, figuring out how to manage my schedule, etc) can be.

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