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Alex Vincent

Program Manager, One Health

Anna McMenemy

One Health Institute Communications Intern

Anna is currently completing her final semester in the Bachelor of Arts and Science program with minors in both Neuroscience and Psychology. Her attraction to interdisciplinary programs and fields of study makes working in One Health a perfect fit.

Through her role as a communications intern, she has been able to conduct interviews with faculty members studying a range of different topics and to explore the world of audio editing. She hopes to one day use these audio skills in whatever career she chooses – whether that be occupational therapy, radio broadcasting and podcasting, or something completely new she’s never even dreamed of. Anna loves to garden, curl, swim, and be among others who enjoy having great conversations.

Marilyn Sheen

One Health Institute Communications Intern

Rebanks Family Loran Scholar – 2019
University of Guelph

Marilyn is the 2020 summer Communications Intern with the One Health Institute.

Marilyn is one of 35 recipients of the prestigious Loran Scholarship. She was a member of the first women’s mountain biking team to represent PEI at the Canada Games. She completed three gold test levels in figure skating and is a volunteer CanSkate coach.

Sheen is looking to pursue her passion for science and hopes to eventually write for National Geographic.

“I love reading National Geographic because I think it’s so cool how science writers are able to share their passion for whatever discipline it is … and whoever is going to read it is going to be passionate too — because the writer is so passionate,” she said. “I think that creates a community of people who are searching for knowledge … and that sort of community of people are the people who change the world. And I really want to be a part of that.”

[quotes excerpted from CBC news story: HERE]