Ramadan Ibrahim was inspired by his Advanced Business Administration Professor Maria Racanelli to be confident and set higher goals during his time at Humber.
Ramadan currently holds a Business Service Consultant position at Rogers Communications, working with stakeholders and business clients with financial and technical support.
Ramadan Ibrahim, Graduating Class of 2015
My name is Ramadan, and I was born in 1995 in the month of Ramadan. I am a first-generation black male of Somali descent and was rasied in Toronto. I am also an avid sports fan, love having fun, trying different foods and exploring new endeavours.
I attended Humber College's School of Management from 2013 - 2016 and obtained a diploma in Advanced Business Administration.
At Humber, I took a pre-requisite finance course with the esteemed Professor and Program Coordinator Maria Racanelli. I saw how much she cared for the students in her class. She was remarkable and inspired me to gain more confidence in myself and set higher goals.
“Ramadan, was a talented and exceptionally driven student”, said Maria Racanelli, Business Administration Program Coordinator. “While at Humber, he received the prestigious David Dodge Economics award and many honour roll designations - all of which propelled him to achieve even higher learning."
After graduating from Humber, Ramadan went on to complete and graduate with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Business Technology Management from the University of Ryerson.
I was able to secure a position with Rogers as an entry-level Business Service Consultant. I have worked in many different roles from airport screening to rental car service and have lots of experience in customer service and face-to-face contact positions.
My future goal is to work in the tech field for a mid to high-level company, managing projects. I would also like to gain a better understanding of becoming a successful entrepreneur and eventually be self-employed.
Ramadan Ibrahim receiving the 2015 David Dodge Economics Scholarship Award