alumni UBC Breakfast Series in Toronto – Featuring Gordon Katic, BA’13, MJ’17

alumni UBC Breakfast Series with Gordon Katic

We always hear that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And that successful people never eat alone. Keeping these two ideas in mind, alumni UBC offers an intimate breakfast series in Toronto. Get to know fellow UBC alumni in the GTA over a meal, and make connections that will benefit your career, business, and life. Each breakfast features a UBC alum who has been making a mark in their profession, and will be on hand to share their story with you.

The next breakfast in this series will feature Gordon Katic, BA’13, MJ’17, host and producer of the award-winning documentary podcast, Cited (@citedpodcast), producer of Crackdown, a show about drug policy, and the Blue & Goldcast with UBC President Santa J. Ono.

At this breakfast, Gordon will talk about his early experiences in the world of podcasting, share some success stories, and discuss what he thinks makes or breaks a podcast. Bring your questions!

Wednesday, May 15, 2019
7:30-8:45 am

Stratus Restaurant
TD South Tower

79 Wellington St W, 36th Floor
Toronto, ON – map

Cost: $15, includes breakfast

This breakfast is sold out. A waitlist is in effect.

To be added to the waitlist or if you have any questions, please contact Alison Huggins at

Speaker Biography

Gordon Katic, BA’13, MJ’17

Gordon is a graduate from UBC with a BA in Philosophy and a Masters in Journalism. During his studies, he wrote a regular column for the Ubyssey. He also worked with a team of students and faculty to create BarTalk and the Terry Project Podcast. Today, he calls this Cited. Cited tells stories about the politics of science and research, and their work has won major journalism awards, been featured on CBC Radio, 99% Invisible, Life of the Law, the Tyee, The Georgia Straight, and numerous other podcasts. Gordon also produces two other podcasts: Crackdown, a show about drug policy, and the Blue & Goldcast with UBC President Santa Ono. In addition to his work in podcasting, he is working on a PhD at the University of Toronto studying emerging ideals of science journalism in the post-truth era.

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