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Jenna is the National Talent Attraction Leader for Campus Recruitment at KPMG. Jenna started with the firm in July 2012 as the Talent Attraction Coordinator for the Greater Vancouver Area. During her time here, Jenna has had a number of opportunities to develop her knowledge, skills and relationships, most recently working as Vancouver’s Talent Attraction Manager.
In her spare time, Jenna loves to participate in anything that is related to sports - she loves to attend sporting events and she enjoys being active. This past year, Jenna has taken up a passion for half marathons. Jenna also enjoys being involved in the community. She currently plays field hockey, and is on the Vancouver organizing committee for Lawn Summer Nights, a fundraiser for Cystic Fibrosis.
Rachel is the Greater Vancouver Area (GVA) Talent Attraction Manager for Campus Recruiting. Rachel first joined KPMG in 2013 as a summer intern in the Financial Services and Real Estate audit practice. In 2016, she completed a secondment with the Talent Attraction team and in 2017, joined the team full time to lead KPMG’s campus recruiting initiatives in Vancouver.
When not at work, Rachel stays active playing volleyball, field hockey and skiing. She enjoys the outdoors, hiking and travelling to new places. Rachel also enjoys being involved in the community. She volunteers with North Shore Special Olympics Track and Field and is a member of the Cystic Fibrosis Youth Advisory Board.
Heather recently joined the Campus Recruiting Team at KPMG as the Talent Attraction Coordinator for the Greater Vancouver Area. Prior to joining KPMG, Heather managed two Fitness facilities in the Lower Mainland and worked for several Marketing companies. She enjoys the diversity of KPMG and interacting with staff and students alike.
In Heather’s spare time she enjoys exploring new restaurants and cuisines as well as spending time with friends and family. She also maintains a very active lifestyle participating in numerous sports, yoga, and outdoor activities.
Kasia recently joined the Campus Recruiting Team at KPMG as the Talent Attraction Manager in Calgary and Regions West. After graduating from McGill University, she held a variety of roles in sales and marketing before discovering her passion as a human resources professional. Prior to joining KPMG, Kasia worked in a career services role where she enjoyed supporting students in their career development. She is excited for the opportunity to continue interacting with students through KPMG’s campus recruiting initiatives.
Outside of work, Kasia loves to stay active and teaches fitness classes in her spare time. She is also a passionate foodie (having dabbled in the industry) and loves to travel.
Nirveen recently joined the Campus Recruitment Team at KPMG and is responsible for Regions West recruiting. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration and comes from a Human Resources background with experience in Advisory. She is currently working towards her CHRP designation.
Nirveen’s passions lie in traveling to new places, and experiencing the many different cultures.
After graduating from Ryerson University with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, Christine Lee started her career with KPMG in October 2010 in the Financial Services Audit practice. She obtained her CPA In 2013, and shortly after went on a secondment to Melbourne, Australia to broaden her professional knowledge. After two and a half years overseas, she has returned to join the GTA Campus Recruitment team and is excited for the new challenge. Christine continues to service a few clients in the financial services sector as a Senior Manager as well.
Outside of work, Christine enjoys cooking, reading fiction, hiking and travelling.
Michelle McKee began her career with KPMG in May 2014 at the Waterloo office as a Human Resources Intern. Later, she joined the Talent Attraction team where she currently supports the GTA Campus Recruiting team.
Michelle holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Wilfrid Laurier University in English and Communication Studies. Prior to joining KPMG, Michelle studied in the Post-Graduate Human Resources Management program at Humber College.
Outside of work, Michelle enjoys hiking, soccer, drawing, and reading.
Ininder joined KPMG in 2015 as a Talent Attraction Administrator where she supported the National Campus Recruiting Team. Recently, Ininder moved into the Talent Attraction Coordinator role for GTA Campus Recruiting. She completed her undergraduate degree in Management and Psychology from the University of Toronto - Mississauga and in 2014, she decided to return to school to obtain her Post-Graduate Certificate in Human Resources Management from Sheridan College.
When Ininder is not interacting with students or assisting the team, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, and enjoys yoga and hiking.
Erik joined KPMG in the summer of 2015, and is excited to recruit top students. Aligned to “Regions East” he will be focusing on hiring for KPMG offices in Ontario (outside of the GTA) and Atlantic Canada.
After graduating from Brock University’s Sport Management program, Erik focused on a career in human resources by completing a graduate certificate at Conestoga College. He then gained his first professional experience as a member of the campus recruitment team at Target Canada.
In his spare time, Erik enjoys following the stock market, growing all sorts of vegetables, and listening to his favourite podcasts. He also enjoys a great pun, so don’t hesitate to introduce yourself with some great wordplay!
After studying mechanical engineering at Montréal's École de technologie supérieure (ETS) and obtaining her engineering degree, Annik worked for an industrial engineering consulting firm as a project manager for four years, during which time she optimized work procedures and manufacturing processes for various clients. In 2004, Annik decided to take on new challenges and signed a two month contract with the Campus Recruiting team at KPMG's Montréal office. Through this position, she got to know KPMG employees and discovered a work environment and corporate culture that fit her values and aspirations. Since August 2014, Annik shares her time between Talent Attraction and Human Resource Consulting for KPMG’s Montréal office.
Anne-Marie Valois recently joined the KPMG team at our Montréal office as the Talent Attraction Coordinator. She brought with her a background in communications as well as a desire to be in contact with many different, talented and motivated individuals. Anne-Marie holds a Bachelor of Communications and Human Relations and aims to pursue future graduate studies in Human Resources.
Outside of the office, Anne-Marie enjoys the outdoors - if she’s not running, she can be found cycling, doing yoga, hiking and she has just starting golfing.
Neda Rad is currently leading the campus Advisory recruitment team at KPMG in Canada. She joined the firm in 2015 helping to launch KPMG's inaugural advanced degree recruitment program for Advisory services. She has had the fortune of having lived in many locations across the globe including Paris, Dubai and Toronto. Neda speaks Persian, French and English and in her spare time enjoys hiking, wine tasting and socializing/networking!
Janet Marroquin-Ticas started her career with KPMG in June 2015 with the HR Shared Services Centre as a Human Resource Administrator. She has recently joined the campus team as a Talent Attraction Coordinator supporting recruitment for the Advisory practice. She holds a Bachelor of Commerce with a double major in International Management and Human Resources from the University of Ottawa.
Outside of work, Janet enjoys playing soccer, travelling, crafting, and trying new food spots.
Geraldine began her career with KPMG in June 2013 at the Toronto office as a Human Resources Coordinator with HR Operations. Later, she joined the Talent Attraction team where she currently recruits nationally with the Tax and Audit Recruiting team. Geraldine holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a Minor in Labour Studies from the University of Windsor. She is working toward completing her CHRL designation.
Outside of work, Geraldine enjoys trying new restaurants, painting, baking and playing dodgeball.