Class of 1989
Alison David (LES '89)
Alison graduated from the Office Administration program at Seneca and is an office administrator with Deeth Williams Wall—a boutique law firm specializing in intellectual property and technology.
She is the long-time chair of the College’s Office Administration Advisory Committee. Each year, she participates in Career Preparation Days for both the Office Administration and Law Clerk programs.
Bruce Buckley (ILTC '89)
Bruce started his career in 3D Computer Graphics in 1988 working as a CAD operator for industrial design firm KAN Industrial Designers. In 1990 he was recruited by Alias Research Inc. in Toronto to be their support consultant for the animation clients to provide professional training, documentation and project work.
By 1993, Bruce had started his career in film and animation. Over the next 20 years he showcased his diverse skillset in art departments at Walt Disney Feature Animation, Pixar Animation Studios, Sony Imageworks, and Warner Bros. Animation, among others.
He has worked on multiple award winning films such as The Incredibles, John Carter, Dragonheart, Fantastic Four, Disney’s Dinosaur, and Scott Pilgrim Vs The World.
Bruce holds degrees in Applied Photography and Technical Illustration, and through his work he has been fortunate to travel around the world on various projects.
Paula Windsor (ECE '89)
Paula has worked with Là Garderie Des Moussaillons since 1991 and has a wonderful son and daughter only 13.5 months apart.
After attending a workshop being presented by one of her professors, she began to spearhead the implementation of an emergent curriculum which has gained momentum. She has found her niche working with toddlers and her daughter - who has proven to be a natural with children - works a part-time job as a support staff in an after school group at the same centre.
Paula has been married to her husband for 23.5 years. She is in the process of returning to her roots, taking an online course for Resource Teacher/Early Interventionist through Seneca.
Tony Maione (CPAC '89)
Tony started his professional career with Crown Cork and Seal as an Operator/Programmer. After 3.5 years they moved their offices to Philadelphia. Shortly after, Tony began a lengthy stay with the CBC in Computer Support and has been there for over 22 years in various I.T. positions. He is now a Project Coordinator dealing with various tasks from Google Administration to VoIP Phones and everything in between.
Ellen Renaud (RFM '89)
After graduation, Ellen worked in recreation for a couple years. Working with some at risk youth, she set her sights on becoming a social worker and attended Algoma University, graduating with honours from the BSW program. Upon graduation she obtained a position as a clinical social worker at a community children’s mental health agency. She is currently enrolled in the MSW program at Dalhousie University and married with two children.
Peter Telles-Langdon (ORTC '89)
Peter is a job coach and job developer at George Brown College. He works with survivors of mental illness and addiction to help them receive training in culinary and construction fields and assists them in finding sustainable employment.