Yasmin Khan

Office Manager

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Yasmin brings a diverse range of skills as a result of her impressive 30+ year career in a variety of communications environments. Yasmin pursued a passion for photography at Algonquin College, graduating from their Photography program with Honours, and later graduated from uOttawa with a BA (Honours) in Philosophy (summa cum laude). Yasmin’s work path has taken her to many interesting places; she has worked as a coordinator within a media centre aimed at generating research funds for mental health care, served as an expedition science photographer for the Kenya Rift International Seismic Project, and worked with several design and advertising agencies.

Since joining Alphabet® in the fall of 2015, Yasmin has worked to meet the demands of our client-service team – fulfilling our clients’ needs by prioritizing projects and scheduling, working with outside suppliers for quotations and deliveries of products, and keeping an eye on costs.

Yasmin is goal-oriented, quality-focused, and an effective communicator, active in studio and production management and client services, making her a valuable asset in the studio.

Highlights

  • Graduated summa cum laude in Philosophy BA Honours
  • College diplomas in Photography and in Pure and Applied Sciences

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