Alleah is currently a second year student in the Graphic Design program at Nova Scotia Community College (NSCC). Having completed the Public Relations program at Mount Saint Vincent University in 2017, Alleah found herself looking to explore the more creative side of the communications field, leading her to NSCC to study Graphic Design. Through co-op terms at the federal and provincial levels of government, Alleah has experience working with both internal and external clients to draft communications products, create content for the web and social media and plan events. Originally from just outside of Halifax, Alleah has called downtown home for a number of years now. Outside of work, she can usually be found visiting new restaurants or exploring the outdoor spaces that Halifax has to offer.
Alleah, can you tell us something about yourself that isn’t in your bio?
I have a cat named Keith!
What do you love most about your program at NSCC?
I love being able to apply what I’m learning directly to a creative project or assignment and that we’re always taught using a hands on approach.
The tech sector in Nova Scotia is thriving, what are you most looking forward to about working in this industry?
I’m excited to learn more about Digital Nova Scotia’s various members and experience how fast-paced the industry is.
So, it’s your first day, what do you hope to accomplish while you’re with us?
I’m looking forward to learning more about Nova Scotia’s IT sector and gaining experience with helping businesses solve their digital challenges.
What’s something you’re really interested in that might surprise us?
Since COVID-19, I’ve gotten really into playing tennis – I’ve never played until this year!
If you were given a plane ticket to anywhere in the world, where would you want it to be?
I would love to go to Croatia.
Spring or fall? Fall
Android or iPhone? iPhone
Comedy or thriller? Thriller
Coffee or tea? Coffee
Star Wars or Star Trek? Star Wars
Laptop or desktop? Laptop
Breakfast or dinner? Breakfast
Ocean or lake? Ocean