Alumni

Influencing the Next Generation of Disciples
Natalie Frisk ’07 is raising disciples with curriculum for kids and youth used all over the world and with her newly published book.
Seeing Lives Transformed through Justice
Rachel Brouwer ’09 is seeing lives transformed through justice and the transforming power of the gospel in her work at International Justice Mission.
Trusting God to Equip Her
Emma Richardson ’14 is leaning on God through tough and wonderful places at her church and as a counsellor.
Faith and Conviction in the Modern Workplace
Braden VanDyk ’19 is learning to talk openly about his faith as a millennial in the modern workplace.
March 2020 Alumni Council Update
An update letter from Alumni Association President Kristel Forcier on Redeemer's significant milestones this year and another big announcement.
Advancing Inclusive Classrooms
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.
Blessed be the Play that Binds
Aaron Joel Craig '10 of Hamilton's Same Boat Theatre, lives out his faith by directing theatre that tells countercultural stories.
Immanence and Immunity
Dr. Rodney DeKoter '88, a member of Redeemer's third-ever graduating class, has built a career studying the connection between nuclear proteins and leukemia.
Faith and Medicine
Dr. Dan Reilly '96, Redeemer's 2018 Distinguished Alumni Award winner, is a caring advocate for patients in rural Ontario and for the next generation of health-care leaders.
Four Sisters, Four Alumni, Four Professions
Sisters and alumni — Elise, Maria, Carola and Loretta Vanderspek — have careers that span the professional sphere: an accountant, a lawyer, a doctor and a teacher.
Challenged to a ReMatch
The successful finish of the 35-day alumni challenge marks a milestone in Redeemer University College’s largest fundraising campaign.
Serving Christ in the Canadian Military
Alumnus James Buck's fascination with history and love for his country have fuelled his desire to become an officer in the Canadian military.
Everything Has a Story
Clarence Keesman ‘98, executive director of youth drop-in centre The Refuge, encounters stories of brokenness and healing each and every day.
From Music to Medicine
Freshly designated medical doctor Kristin VanSligtenhorst switched majors in her first year at Redeemer and hasn’t looked back.
Transformation Through Education
For 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award winner Hank de Jong, classrooms aren’t about an end goal — they’re about transformation.
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