BA Business Administration – International Development
Senior Student Admissions Administrator
Hi I’m Kaitlyn! I’m from Paris, Ontario, and I am in my fourth year of Business Administration in the International Development stream. I’m excited to use this degree to work in a business role for a non-profit organization.
Here’s a few facts you might want to know about me:
- I love to travel. I lived in Switzerland for a few months and I’m going to Malawi for three months this year for my international internship!
- I have a serious love for all things horse. I’ve been riding horses my entire life and even coach riding lessons.
- One of the things on my bucket list is to ride a horse in every continent in the world, and I’m half way there!
- I love to read. My favourite books are the Harry Potter series and I’ve read the entire series over 16 times!
- My passion is in social justice and women’s rights and I hope to one day work to empower women and girls around the world.
Thanks for taking the time to learn a little bit more about who I am! I love to share about my experiences at Tyndale, so stay tuned for updates on what’s going on in the life of Tyndale students
Hi! My name is Mackenzie and I am originally from Woodstock, Ontario. I have a passion for seeing people use Business as a way to change their communities and see growth in their lives. A few fun facts about me are:
- My wife Rachel is currently at Tyndale in the Biblical Studies and Theology program with a minor in Music and Worship Arts.
- I have been on four separate missions trips to Nicaragua and Mexico.
- We have two cats (Duck and Franklin).
I hope that through my posts you begin to see a glimpse of the community of students and faculty that make Tyndale such an amazing university.
Student Admissions Representative
Hello! My name is Kendra and I’m in my 4th year of Psychology here at Tyndale! Have you ridden a lion to school? No? Me neither. I did however, grow up in Greece for several years and graduate from high school in Uganda before I came to Tyndale…which is fairly unique I suppose.
Although I have never ridden a lion to school (there isn’t much room for lions in the capital city), I have:
- Attended Greek public school and learnt to speak Modern Greek
- Eaten crocodile, ostrich, and grasshoppers
- Played baseball in a mall before being kicked out by security guards
- Had scarlet fever in Egypt while riding camels around the pyramids
All this to say: moving to Tyndale was a big deal for me – scarier than any wild animal I have ever faced! Even though it was anxiety provoking to move away from home, my time at Tyndale has been incredible. I am so thankful God brought me to this amazing community.
ExploreTU Guest Blogger
Hey there, my name is Conor, and I’m studying English here at Tyndale. I’m a big believer in living life well and making the most of every moment, whether it be starting the day off with a solid book and a cup of coffee, working on a painting, playing ping-pong in the Katimavik student lounge at Tyndale, or else going downtown with the bros. Life at Tyndale is beauty, and I hope you get a sense of that through taking a look at my posts!