Presentation on theme: "Meet the Sales Analyst Trainees. Adeelah Saad Originally from Pakistan, Adeelah has lived in many different places, but has been settled in Vancouver."— Presentation transcript:
Meet the Sales Analyst Trainees
Adeelah Saad Originally from Pakistan, Adeelah has lived in many different places, but has been settled in Vancouver since She studied at SFU’s Beady School of Business, specializing in Marketing/MIS and minoring in Health Science. Her Biggest Fear: Spiders Her Favorite Movie: The Count of Monte Cristo She Likes: Food, travelling, and kittens She Doesn’t Like: Being stuck in traffic, snow, the smell of garbage Fun Fact: Adeelah has travelled through 5 continents. Vanessa Goh Vanessa moved to Canada from Singapore in 2006 to attend high school. She went on to attend UBC, where she studied math and economics. Her Biggest Fear: Mice Her Favorite Movie: Inside Job She Likes: Skating, eating, socializing She Doesn’t Like: Programming, and the color green Fun Fact: Vanessa used to be in circus school where she practiced to be an aerialist on the trapeze and silks.
Robert Lane Originally from Dublin, Ireland, Robert moved to BC in 2010, spending a year mountain biking and snowboarding in Whistler. He originally intended to only stay in BC for three months, but unstable economic conditions at home led to Robert deciding to stay in Canada for a longer term. He has a degree in computer sciences, and previously worked in sales for Dell. His Biggest Fear: Having another bad mountain biking accident His Favorite Movie: Blade Runner He Likes: Mountain Biking, snowboarding, craft beer He Doesn’t Like: Recessions, cold pizza, traffic Fun Fact: When Robert was little, he was on a TV show in Ireland called Bosco. Vahid Golchin Vahid’s family moved to Canada from Iran in He is a recent graduate from SFU, where he studied finance and stats. His Biggest Fear: Heights His Favorite Movie: The Usual Suspects He Likes: Food, soccer, comedy He Doesn’t Like: Cabbage, traffic, leftovers Fun Fact: Vahid likes reading tabloid magazines.