Andrew Storey is now Director of Teaching at the Anglo-American Centre in Cagliari, Sardinia, one of the largest and most highly regarded private English language schools in Italy (www.angloamericancentre.it) He was promoted internally after serving there for seven years as a teacher. Andrew thanks the Department of Geography for its rigorous and critical approach to scholarship, which continues to inform his work in training and managing a team of 25 language teachers, as well as the cameraderie, humour and support of fellow grad students in good times and bad.
Adam Brosgall started his own law firm, Brosgall Legal, in 2010, and works as a sole practitioner. Somewhat related to his geography background, his firm has become Vancouver’s leading ‘Apostille’ services company, focused on the authentication and legalization of legal documentation for overseas use. Over the past 10 years, Adam has worked closely with BC’s Department of Justice, and Canada’s DFAIT, as well as the many foreign consulates and embassies across Canada. He finds this work interesting as every client has different requirements, and every country has different procedures. Adam has successfully legalized thousands of documents for use in close to 100 different countries.
Joan Schwartz received promotion to Professor and on 1 July 2015 became Head of the Department of Art (Art History and Art Conservation) at Queen’s University, Kingston. She is currently working on a major exhibition and book for the Royal BC Museum, Victoria, on the legacy of pioneer photographer Frederick Dally.
Adrienne Smith is the Health and Drug Policy Staff Lawyer at the Pivot Legal Society. Read more about her work here: http://www.pivotlegal.org/our_staff