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Business Administration Alumnus Secures a Position at Rogers Communications

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.

In his own words

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.

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Ramadan Ibrahim receiving the 2015 David Dodge Economics Scholarship Award