Get to know Nav Nanwa

May 17, 2021 | Hamilton, ON
Contributed by Nav Nanwa, DeGroote Alumni

Get to know Nav Nanwa

Get to know Nav Nanwa

Get to know Nav Nanwa, a DeGroote BCom and MBA alumnus. He has used his talents to tackle everything from his career in marketing to running his own radio show. Most recently, he has accepted a role as an Associate Producer with CBC Radio Canada. 

Nav has done many cool things in his career. He worked on the No Frills hauler campaign, launched a comic book franchise and music album. He even took a gigantic shopping cart across the country in a national tour to connect to haulers from coast to coast.

Nav knows all about what it’s like to pivot in your career. He has applied his skills in many different business areas. Hear Nav’s story and what it was like to make the jump from marketing to media.

Don’t feel that because you’re getting into the workplace that you need to be bounded by your job. I think if you have a passion, find your way to pursue it and find that balance that allows you to stay happy. — Nav Nanwa

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Nav Nanwa

Brand Marketer, Media Emcee, and Content Curator

Nav Nanwa is a Brand Marketer, Media Emcee and Content Curator based in the Greater Toronto Area. He has a huge passion around engaging audiences and finding innovative ways to connect to them across various touch-points and platforms. Nanwa holds both an MBA and a B.Com Honours degree from the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University, as well as a certificate in Multiplatform Journalism with Seneca College. He also had the distinct honour of being recognized by the Brampton Board of Trade as one of Brampton’s Top 40 Under 40 in 2017.

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