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You belong to a vibrant community of over 6000 alumni who are transforming communities and culture wherever God calls them. Explore this site to see all the ways you can stay connected and support the next generation.

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During your time at Redeemer, deep connections were made in this faith-filled community. And they last a lifetime. As alumni you are encouraged to stay connected, share your story, encourage the next generation, and remain a part of this vibrant community.

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From discounts to the ROM and Wonderland, to free entrance into Royals home games - Explore the perks of being a Redeemer alum!

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Dr. Kimberly Maich ’93, Redeemer’s 2019 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, is making an impact on special education and the experiences of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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Redeemer has a unique ability to engage students on a deeper level while also providing a sense of belonging. This strong sense of community does not end when you leave Redeemer's campus, but it remains within each of us as alumni, who are making a difference all over the world. Let's celebrate what God is doing in and through our alumni by staying engaged with one another.

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Seeing Cultures through New Lenses

As an undergraduate, Dr. Heather DeHaan ’96 took a history class that shaped her education and led her on a journey into foreign lands.

By /November 6, 2020
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Where are they now?
Wherever they go, whatever they do, Redeemer alumni are making a difference. Learn more about some of our alumni and their unique callings and careers.

Heidi Ellens de Vries ’05

Assistant City Solicitor,
City of Brantford

Kyle Vander Linden ’05

Project Manager, Credit Valley Conservation

Clarence Keesman ’98

Executive Director, The Refuge

Phoebe Mitton ’10

Policy Analyst, Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada

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