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2019
PREMIER'S AWARDS
NOMINEES

Seneca has a wealth
of experienced
and accomplished
alumni. Six have
been nominated
this year for the
Premier's Awards for
college graduates.

Mauricio Ospina

Shan Khan

Steven Bourne

(Business)

(Community Services)

Kevin Kennedy

Zacary Campbell

(Creative Arts and Design)

(Health Sciences)

(Recent Graduate)

(Technology)

Moranne McDonnell

A renowned international
market consultant with
20 years experience,
Mauricio Ospina is one
of Ontario's most outstanding Hispanic-Canadians. An area director with
the Ontario Government,
Mauricio has led more than
90 trade missions to the
U.S. helping hundreds
of companies export their
products. But for all
his career achievements,
Mauricio's greatest accomplishment is his pioneering work with Canada's
Hispanic community. Since
2001, he founded four
professional and business
associations, unlocked
procurement and homeownership opportunities
during the 2015 Pan
American Games, and
recently raised $220,000
in scholarships. His nonstop community work
has been profiled in Canada's mainstream media.

For nearly 30 years, Kevin
Kennedy has been an
active advocate for individuals experiencing
homelessness and families
in York Region. He has
spent most of that time
working and volunteering
for Blue Door Shelters,
which provides safe and
supportive emergency
housing and housing
services and supports
for people who are experiencing homelessness
or at risk of becoming
home-less. Kevin started
out as a field placement
student with the agency
before rising up the ranks
to become chair of the
organization. These days,
in addition to his philanthropic initiatives, Kevin is
training the next generation
of social services workers as a college professor.

A talented and dedicated
artist, Zacary Campbell is
a senior visual effects
compositor at Sony Pictures Imageworks where
he helps bring to life some
of Hollywood's biggest
blockbusters. A rising star
in his hi-tech field, Zacary
was a key part of the team
that produced the hit
film Spider-Man: Into the
Spider-Verse, which won
the 2019 Academy Award
for Best Animated Feature.
He is well-respected by his
peers in the industry and
takes great pride in mentoring up-and-coming compositors - especially those
from his former college.

Shan Khan is a respected
leader in her field for almost
four decades. As a Consultant and College Professor,
Shan has spent her career
assisting fellow opticians
improve their skills and
customer service and has
dedicated her time to helping those in need obtain
the eyewear they desperately require. Shan founded
Vision for Site, a grassroots
organization that collects
and distributes gently used
glasses to needy individuals,
both in Canada and abroad.

Steven Bourne is the chief
executive officer and cofounder of Ripple Farms, a
social enterprise dedicated
to tackling food insecurity
in Ontario by reconnecting urban populations with
food production through
its "vertical farm" model
and educational initiatives.
Steven is also the Chief Operation Officer at AquaMed
Global, which provides
consulting services and
technology licensing for its
customers to plan, design,
construct, install and manage turnkey aquaponics
cultivation systems globally.
An accomplished entrepreneur and environmentalist,
Steven sits on the council
of the Canadian Aquaculture Industry Alliance and
in 2018 he received the Social Enterprise of the Year
award from StartupCanada.

Moranne McDonnell is the
director of restoration and
infrastructure at the Toronto
and Region Conservation
Authority (TRCA) - a nonprofit organization created
to safeguard and enhance
the health and well-being
of watershed communities.
Moranne has been instrumental to TRCA's conservation efforts since 2000
and has served as project
manager, senior manager
and associate director
for a variety of engineering projects, before taking
up her current position.
As the need for environmental protection and
consciousness continues
to grow, Moranne's work
serves to promote the welfare and diversity of TRCA's
watershed communities
and Ontario jurisdictions.

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