- Marvin Hershorn (MA ’70), Aviva Ravel and Larry Weller published a book of poetry titled Teachers in Autumn.
- Maltman International appointed Brian McCulloch (BA ’71) its new executive general adjuster.
- Bill Slade (BES ’73) received a mayor’s certificate for his significant contributions to the Carleton Place community.
- John Hepburn (BSc ’76) was appointed CEO and scientific director of Mitacs.
- Jim Estill (BASc ’80), president and CEO of Danby Appliances, was named 2019 EY Entrepreneur of the Year® for Ontario.
- Mark Rubinstein (BA ’84) was appointed CEO of Hope Air, a national charity that helps Canadians in financial need.
- Anthony Vannelli (PhD ’84) was appointed provost and vice-president: academic at Wilfrid Laurier University.
- Jeff Bell (BA ’90) was named SNC-Lavalin's new chief financial officer.
- Olav Langelaar (BASc ’90) joined the board of directors at Camino Minerals.
- Sandra E. Poole (MASc ’90) was appointed chief operating officer of Candel Therapeutics.
- Ron Seftel (BA ’92) joined Parity Inc. as its chief financial officer.
- KPMG appointed Stephanie Terrill (BA ’92) its new national leader of management consulting.
- Wendi Campbell (BA ’93) was named one of the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest Rogers Women of the Year.
- Marlin Spring appointed Ashi Mathur (MAcc ’93) president.
- Susan Uthayakumar (MAcc ’95), Mavis Shang (MMath ’09) and Sarah Sun (BMath ’11) were named to the Top 100 list of Canada’s Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network.
- Alan Fong (BASc ’97) was appointed chief technology officer of Dealer-FX.
- Adrien Côté (BSc ’99) was named executive director of the University of Waterloo's Velocity program.
- Craig Fowler (BES ’99, MAES ’01) became principal of the Algoma University Brampton campus.
- Prince Edward County named Marcia Wallace (PhD ’99) as its chief administrative officer.
- J.D. O'Hara (BA ’00) was named CEO of the Travel Leaders Group.
- The Grand River Hospital Foundation named Paul McIntyre Royston (BMath ’01) its new president and CEO.
- Alison Blay-Palmer (PhD ’03) was named the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Chair in Food, Biodiversity and Sustainability Studies.
- Arthur Lam Hei-wei (BA ’03) was appointed a permanent magistrate by the Government of Hong Kong.
- Aviva Canada promoted Brian Sibbitt (BMath ’03) to vice president, infrastructure.
- Northern Ontario Business honoured Kate Bowman (BAS ’05, MArch ’08) and Kyle McCall (BES ’12) at its 40 Under Forty Awards.
- Jenny Heijun Wills (BA ’05) earned the Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust Prize for her nonfiction memoir Older Sister. Not Necessarily Related.
- Wilfrid Laurier University appointed Kate McCrae Bristol (BA ’05) dean of students at its Waterloo campus.
- Luge Capital, co-founded by Karim Gilliani (BASc ’07), was named Investment Firm of the Year at the Canadian FinTech and AI Awards.
- Farooq Sheikh (BMath ’07) was promoted to partner at the management consultancy Oliver Wyman.
- Jennifer Leve (MTax ’09) was named a new partner in the Toronto office of Dickinson Wright LLP.
- Cinchy, co-founded by Karanjot Jaswal (BASc ’10), was named Fintech Company of the Year at the Canadian Fintech and AI awards.
- CityView Holdings appointed Eric Myung (MAcc ’10) its new CFO.
- NERv Technology, a medical technology startup co-founded by Amr Abdelgawad (MBET ’17) and Youssef Helwa (MASc ’18), took first place and a $500,000 prize in the first Entrepreneurship World Cup in Saudi Arabia.
- Cherie Wai (BES ’19) received the 2019 Ruth Roberts Award, a Heroes for Children award from World Vision.