Connie arrived at KRB in the midst of completing her Master’s Thesis, in search of new and exciting challenges offered by both the business and legal world. She began her undergraduate studies at McGill University, majoring in English, Cultural Studies and Communications while focusing on Critical Theory and Analysis. She simultaneously double minored in Psychology and Humanistic Studies.
Her passion for both writing and semiotics led her to complete a psychoanalytic case study for her graduate thesis with a heavy emphasis on cultural narrative and public image. At KRB, she utilizes her analytical and organizational skills as Operations Coordinator, while having a hand in HR, contributing to the firm’s branding and composing its copy. She is an advocate for animal rights and frequents the SPCA, where she volunteers with the Annexe division.
Concordia University, M.A., Communications Semiotics and Media Studies: Graduate Thesis January 2019, Men, Masculinity and the O.J. Simpson Trial from a psychoanalytic perspective”
McGill University, B.A. in English: Cultural Studies, Communication, Critical Theory & Analysis, Double Minor in Psychology & Humanistic Studies, Undergraduate Thesis June 2015, “Stars and Semiotics”