Dayana Fraser, Marketing & Communication Specialist

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With over 10 years of writing and communication experience in a wide variety of settings, from small startups to some of Canada’s most recognized multimedia outlets, Dayana Fraser brings valuable edge and experience to Randstad Canada.

Some of the campaign highlights from Dayana’s communications and PR portfolio include ScotiaBank’s Buskerfest and Pat McDonaugh’s campaign for Toronto Fashion Week ‘09. Prior to entering the communications field, Dayana worked as a news writer for Canada AM, a chase producer for BNN and has written for various national publications including Glow Magazine and Toronto.com.

In her current role, Dayana plans, develops, and manages all print and electronic marketing communications and PR campaigns for Randstad Canada. She also helps oversee the company's social media, brand identity and media relations activities.

Dayana holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from Carleton University in Canada’s capital.

Blog Posts by Dayana Fraser

Mentorships, the good, the bad and the ugly : Women Shaping Business

As part of the Women Shaping Business Program, we looked at mentorship with one of our panellists from events we held across the country. Dr. Rebecca Sullivan, an Associate Professor of the...Read more

Women Shaping Business 2014 : Shrinking the divide, expanding the conversation

According to the third annual Women Shaping Business survey conducted by Randstad Canada, the gender divide has been shrinking in today's workplace.  As salary continues to be a discussion point...Read more

Women Shaping Business: overcoming the ‘’motherhood gap’’

As part of the Women Shaping Business Program, we looked at maternity leave as a resource for families looking to grow while staying in the workforce. We spoke with Shannon Young, Randstad Canada’s...Read more

Canada up 43,000 Jobs in October, Women See Gains

With the lowest unemployment rate since 2008, Canada gained an estimated 43,000 jobs in October according to Statistics Canada, dropping from 7.0% to...Read more

Mentorship vs Sponsorship: what are they, what are the differences?

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