William Rose, BA

William
Rose, BA
Professor

Biography

William has had a broad range of career assignments in sales and marketing roles starting in the recreation industry in the early 1980s before furthering his education at the university level a few years later. After graduation he transitioned into the technology industry, were he worked for approximately 20 years.

In the mid-2000s William began working for a human capital management company, which eventually led to his interest in teaching. He has been at George Brown College since the fall of 2006.

Academic Credentials

Bachelor of Arts, Mass Communications and Political Science, Carleton University, 1985

Ski Area Management diploma, Humber College, 1979

Sports Administration diploma, Durham College, 1978

Areas of Specialization

Introductory Marketing

Professional Sales

Introduction to Management Decision Making

Areas of Expertise

Business Strategy Planning

Go-To-Market Strategies

Sales Channel and Alliance Set-up

Career Highlights

Canada Post Corporation

Bell Canada

The Globe and Mail

The General Electric Company

The Omnicom Group of Companies

Computer Associates

Franklin Covey

Other Activities

Volunteer – In planning and strategy roles for a range of non-profit organizations such as Earth Day, The United Way and Craigleith Ski Club

Faculty Advisor – George Brown College Enactus team

Awards

Presidents Club award winner in 1999, General Electric Canada