- Servant leader certified in project management with 17 years global experience in financial services and telecommunications.
- Lifelong learner continuously seeking out new knowledge to grow personally, professionally, and discover innovative approaches to solving business problems.
- Proud supporter of volunteerism with a variety of prominent organizations and committees within Scotiabank.
My career started in 2000 as a contact centre agent for Rogers Communications that progressed into a variety of support roles and later management. Following an enlightening 10 years at Rogers Communications and completion of the Business Studies program at Seneca College I accepted an offer from Bell Canada to be the Associate Director, Contact Centre Business Intelligence.
After 12 successful years in telecommunications, I decided to learn a new industry. In 2012 I accepted an offer from Scotiabank to be the Senior Manager Call Management & IVR for International Banking and in 2018 for the Senior Manager, Contact Centre Design for Canadian Banking. These opportunities have enabled me to learn about the global market for financial services while applying my project management and contact centre expertise to strategic projects.
Through my pursuit of project management certifications from the Project Management Institute (Project Management Professional (PMP) (2011), PMI-Agile Certified Practitioner (PMI-ACP) (2016)) and the Scrum Alliance (Certified Scrum Product Owner (CSPO) (2016)) I learned the proper application of project management methods & tools to ensure business benefits were realized.
I am very grateful for all the opportunities I have had to share my knowledge and experiences with the community, and honored to return to Seneca College in 2018 as an Instructor for the School of Accounting and Financial Services while continuing to work at Scotiabank.
As a proud resident of Toronto I enjoy exploring the city with my wife, Bice, and our daughter Serena. During my free time I seek out opportunities to network, cycle, and run.