Alexandra Giorgis Audrain

Alexandra Giorgis-Audrain is a recent graduate from Dalhousie University, located in Halifax, Nova Scotia where she received a Bachelor of Management and Globalization degree. During her time at Dalhousie University, Alexandra was dedicated to helping others through her ongoing work with her passion that started in high school with Rotary International. She went on to become the president of the Rotaract Club of Halifax, while also becoming president of the Dal-King’s Oxfam Society. Through her work with these societies, she was able to raise money and awareness for global issues such as hunger, women’s rights, poverty, and health issues. Her involvement within her global community influenced Alexandra to aspire for a career that continues to help people in need, specifically by focusing on the economic pressures that they may endure.

  • Bachelor of Management & Globalization, Dalhousie University, 2019
Environment and Resources
Global Political Economy / Waterloo Political Economy Group (WatPEG)
Migration, Mobilities, and Social Politics

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