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Serda Evren

Head of Corporate Communications and Philanthropy at MasterCard Canada

Serda Evren

Serda is an award-winning communication professional who is responsible for all internal communications, external corporate communications, executive communications support, and philanthropic and charitable giving programs.

She brings a wealth of experience in the public and corporate sectors. Before joining MasterCard in 2012, she was manager, Corporate Public Relations at Rogers Communications, and also has extensive experience in political communication, at the federal and provincial levels in Canada and on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.

Serda was awarded an honours Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and History from the University of Toronto, and a Masters Certificate in Political Psychology from George Washington University, in Washington, DC.

She has been honoured with an IABC Award of Distinction as the Corporate Communications Department of the Year, and won a Multimedia or Digital Content Merit Award.
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03/06/2012 11:25 EST
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