Douglas College > Programs & Courses > Faculties > Commerce and Business Administration > Marketing > Faculty > Christina Cawkell
Faculty of Commerce and Business Administration
ON LEAVE, Douglas College
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BA, Industrial Relations (McGill), Masters in Marketing Communication (University of Canberra, Australia)
BC American Marketing Association
Public Relations & Event Management, Non-Profit Marketing and Fundraising, Health Promotions & Sponsorship, Marketing Strategy and Strategic Communications including Change Management.
Christina has been a faculty member at Douglas for 4 years and has taught at Kwantlen and the University of Canberra in Australia. She has worked in communications and marketing strategy for over 15 years including stints in government, telecommunications and the non-profit sector, including being an executive board member for an international health promotion service. Christina has specialized in career ready training for at-risk youth and the long term unemployed and been a community volunteer and sustainability advocate all her life.
In addition to teaching Christina enjoys being the Faculty Advisor to the Douglas College Business Association student group. Christina is proud of her role in implementing and promoting the new Disney International Internship Program for Douglas business students.
Christina is a well travelled knowledge worker with international work experience in Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. She is a Canadian, Australian and Irish citizen passionate about her teaching, mentoring and networking role with the marketing department at Douglas.
"Student centred and flexible programming really makes the Douglas marketing department stand out. I am energized every day by the commitment of faculty and the quality of students that show up on our doorstep ready to learn and engage in the field of marketing. It's clear to me that students want more from Douglas business and the Applied Marketing Major will deliver with our service learning opportunities, case-based approach to teaching and genuine commitment to student success beyond the classroom."