LSE Alumni Mentoring Network
The CFLSE encourages its alumni to participate in the LSE Alumni Mentoring Network.
The Mentoring Network is an online database of LSE alumni who have signed up as volunteers to share their experience and expertise. They offer informal careers advice, which can prove to be invaluable to those who are trying to figure out what will be the next step in their career.
Please consider signing-up to become a mentor and help others by providing information and advice about your industry and career path. Mentors report that they find the exchanges with fellow alumni and students rewarding, and that mentoring is a great way of giving back to the LSE community and also provides learning opportunities.
If you are interested in becoming a mentor, or, if you are looking for a mentor, please visit the LSE’s Alumni Mentoring Network page.
The Mentorship Sub-Committee has hosted CFLSE Speed Mentorship Night events, which bring together LSE alumni from different career stages to learn from one another and enhance opportunities for professional development. The goal of the event is to generate meaningful conversations about leadership and career development between alumni in small group settings. The majority of the evening is spent in four 20-minute roundtable discussions, that focus on different themes. The roundtable discussions are led by prominent members of the alumni community who take on the Mentor role for the night. Time for informal networking is also part of the program. Events have run in 2015, 2016 and 2017. Our next Speed Mentorship Night is anticipated for April 2018.
Mentors in past events include:
- Steven Leong, Director, Blackrock Asset Management
- Sami Mouaket, Vice President Business Development, Greybrook Realty Partners
- Basia Puszkar, Senior Policy Advisor, Government of Ontario, Indigenous Education – Strategic Policy & Indigenous Relations
- Elke Rubach, Insurance and Estate Planning, Rubach Wealth
- Rajeev Sharma, Managing Partner, Sharma Lawyers & Instructor, Glendon School of Public and International Affairs
- Zaria Shaw, Principal Researcher, Shaw Research Company
- Burke Christian, Manager, Communication and Outreach, Supply Chain Ontario, Ministry of Government and Consumer Services
- Neil Desai, Director of Corporate Affairs, Magnetic Forensics
- Jeffrey Dvorkin, Lecturer and Director, Journalism program, University of Toronto, Scarborough
- Alison Hayman, Partner, Cassels, Brock & Blackwell LLP
- Jacqui Henry, Executive Director, Smile Sharing Community Foundation
- Valerie Midmer, Manager – Leadership Associate, TD Canada Trust
- Ian Morrison, Spokesperson, Friends of Canadian Broadcasting
- Michelle Ransom, Consultant, Shift Change LLC
- Ken Rea, Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto
- Usman Sheikh, Litigation Partner, Gowling WLG
- Mike Sutherland, Principal, Dunrobin Consulting – Associate, First Class Partnerships
- Jennifer Wood, CFA Director, Investments – Manulife Group Benefits and Retirement Solutions
- Gerald Wu, Senior Director, Talent Management, CIBC