Alumni Executive Committee

Meet your Alumni Association Executive Committee
NJC’s Alumni Executive Committee members comprise a group of enthusiastic volunteers working to implement a pan-Canadian alumni program to facilitate connections between alumni, with NJC, and with a new generation of students.
Recently launched is connectNJC, a new alumni networking platform, which provides support, connections and lifelong learning. Our platform allows alumni to easily communicate with each other regardless of grad year or geographyto post messages or jobs, to apply for jobs, to find a mentor for educational, professional and/or other advice, and to volunteer as a mentor or in other areas of interest.
The Executive Committee will also implement networking events in the coming year. Stay tuned for more information on these exciting new initiatives!
To express interest in participating as an alumni volunteer in any capacity, please send your message to

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  • Bryan McKenzie ’91

    Bryan McKenzie '91 is one of the founders of the digital agency GALE. He credits NJC for his love of travel, his sense of confidence and helping him to come out of his shell. His most treasured memory from his time in Neuchâtel is surprising Mr. Boyer and the school during his valedictorian speech with the news that he'd kidnapped (and dutifully returned) Leonard Wilde's portrait earlier in the school year. His biggest regret is not going to see the Hahnenkamm downhill ski race in Kitzbühel with his classmates. They got on TSN and hung out all night with the Canadian ski team! #apresneuch #alwaysneuch #njcstepoutside
  • Hilary Jarvis ’02

    Hilary spent her year at NJC in 2001-02. After NJC, she attended Queen’s University and graduated with a degree in Politics and International Development. Hilary’s education continued at the University of Toronto, where she earned both a JD and a Masters in International Relations. After her call to the bar, Hilary practiced labour and employment law for several years in Toronto, before joining the University Secretariat at the University of Guelph. She currently works as the Associate University Secretary and Judicial Officer. Hilary credits her time at NJC for her love of travel and for introducing her to many of her closest friends.
  • Cameron D. Smith ’04

    Cameron was a graduate of the 03/04 NJC class. After Neuchâtel, he attended Wilfrid Laurier University where he studied Business Administration, as a Finance major. After graduating, he has been working in financial services, currently as an Investment Advisor with TD Wealth Private Investment Advice. He feels that his experiences in Neuchâtel have aided him greatly in his preparation for post-secondary education, his career, and throughout his personal life. He has been volunteering with Neuchâtel Junior College since 2011, and joined the Alumni Association in 2014.

  • Lauren Nunziata ’12

    Since graduating NJC in 2012, Lauren completed her HBA at Ivey Business School and is currently working at Unilever in Brand Marketing on the Dove team. To this day, her closest friends are those with whom she shared her NJC experience. Still an avid traveller, Lauren loves connecting with NJC alumns be it across the world or here in Toronto. She is excited to be part of the Alumni Executive and playing a part in strengthening the NJC Alumni bond.
  • Emily Lowe ’13

    Emily Lowe is an NJC ’13 Alumni and is currently completing her Master's degree at the Smith School Of Business. Emily started her first company at 17 years old and has 5 years of supply chain management experience. Passionate about global supply chains and travel, Emily continues to use the skills and experiences she gained at NJC as an Entrepreneur.

Neuchâtel Junior College offers the unique opportunity to study Canadian curriculum abroad. While living in Switzerland in a French community, students enjoy an international education through travel and experiential learning in Europe. Gap year and Grade 12  high school students gain international experience and develop independence and life skills that prepare them for university and the global workplace.

A Canadian high school in Switzerland | Grade 12 & Gap