Iris and Colleen Featured in the SFU Volunteer Services Blog

As a follow up to the article I wrote about Cheryl, I published an article about Iris and Colleen in the ENGAGE blog.

Iris Eom is currently doing double duty for AIESEC SFU. In addition to her role as a Project Manager for Outgoing Exchange, she is also part of the Communications portfolio serving as Director of Information Systems.

Colleen Wong is the current Local Committee President of AIESEC SFU, a Vancouver-based local chapter of the largest student organization in the world.

Visit the ENGAGE blog to read more about Iris and Colleen. As I noted in a previous post, ENGAGE is the official blog of SFU Volunteer Services.

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About Kelvin Claveria

KC Claveria is a curious marketing nerd from Vancouver, B.C. A voracious reader, he's passionate about helping companies build their brands, reach their target customers and drive sales. Named one of the top 50 content marketing influencers in the world, KC writes to share his tips and opinions on content strategy, demand marketing, branding, SEO, social media advertising and public relations. He's currently the content marketing manager at Vision Critical, the global leader in customer intelligence software and one of Canada's fastest growing tech companies. He has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the SFU Beedie School of Business. KC is happy to connect with other marketing nerds on Twitter at @kcclaveria.

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