Paula Hacking B.A. M.A. Ed

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Paula Hacking,
B.A. M.A. Ed


Engaging educator who uses both sound systematic curriculum design principles and a variety of effective teaching strategies to engage students in learning both in the face-to face, classroom and online communication. Discusses own learning opportunities with the class to help learners progress in developing fresh business perspectives.

Academic Credentials

M.A. Ed, Central Michigan University, 2012

Diploma Adult Education, OISE/UT, 2008

Masters of Project Management, George Washington University, 2000

B.A Sociology, Trent University, 1991

Areas of Specialization

Human Resource Management

Areas of Expertise

Human Resource Management Processes and Policies

Instructional and Curriculum Design

Organizational Behaviour

Career Highlights

Human Resources Director: Reporting to President, created talent acquisition and development strategies to facilitate both strategic initiatives and workforce plans for a North American Marketing Organization.

Industry Director: Created partnerships with Canadian organizations and educated public and private workforce on a range of competencies.

Associate Director: Designed strategies to build new long-term repeatable revenue opportunities within manufacturing, retail, educational and municipal sectors. Led sales and service teams to exceed service delivery and sales results in all phases of complex telecommunications solutions delivery.

Senior Project Manager: Reporting to GM, executed call centre sales and service strategy. Subsequently, led and trained strategic initiatives for 800 employees and seven call centres, ensuring success.

Other Activities

Volunteer Tutoring (Non Profit for Child & Youth Services)


Excellence in Management, Vice President Awards, 1994 - 2004