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Executives in residence

Our Executives in Residence are successful professionals who either divide their time between their professional careers and their role at the school or are on campus on a full time basis. The function of an Executive in Residence varies based on the individual, from alumni relations to program management and speaking engagements.

Our Executives in Residence provide our students with access to valuable insight into current affairs and expose them to their real life business experiences in various fields of business including Health Care, Politics, High Tech, Finance, Entrepreneurship, and Law.

Glen Bailey

Glen Bailey

Glen Bailey is an Executive in Residence at the Telfer School of Management of the University of Ottawa. Previously he was Director for Executive Programs and led a rapid expansion of executive leadership programs with public and private sector clients. Areas of expertise include governance, leadership development, and strategy, performance management, leading change and coaching.

 

Richard Clayman

Richard Clayman

Richard brings a depth of business experience following a 30-year award winning career with Manulife Financial. Richard had been associated with Telfer for a number of years as a member of its Career Centre Advisory Council and as a highly acclaimed professor in our MBA program. Richard holds an MBA degree from Dalhousie University. Additionally, he is a Fellow, Life Insurance Management Institute and a Fellow, Institute of Canadian Bankers.

 

 

Stephen Daze

Stephen Daze

Stephen Daze joined the Telfer School of Management in 2012 as an Entrepreneur in Residence, where he teaches entrepreneurship and is responsible for entrepreneurship strategy and program planning, providing counsel to students and faculty on business planning and business start-up issues, and working with the community to bolster support for the school’s entrepreneurship activities.

 

 

Bruce Firestone

Bruce Firestone

Prominent entrepreneur and academic Bruce Firestone joined the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa as its first Entrepreneur in Residence in 2006. With his mandate completed in 2012, Dr. Firestone became an Entrepreneurship Ambassador for the Telfer School. Bruce Firestone has a long track record as an entrepreneur, executive, director, consultant and mentor to dozens of companies, from real estate to high-tech to service industry companies.

 

 

Marvin Hough

Marvin Hough

Marvin Hough has extensive experience in international business, having spent more than 30 years working for Export Development Canada, most recently as Regional Vice-President, Asia. Mr. Hough participates on the Boards of the Canada-China Business Council, the Canada-India Business Council, the Hong Kong Canada Business Association and Corplo, a legal process off-shoring company based in New Delhi.

 

 

Terry Kulka

Terry Kulka

Terrence B. Kulka is an Adjunct Professor and teaches graduate courses in the MBA and EMBA Programs. Prior to joining the Telfer School of Management in 2004, Terry spent 28 years in the telecom and technology sectors. He has held senior positions at iMPath Networks in Ottawa (2000-2004) and Kasten Chase Applied Research in Toronto (1994-2000). Terry began his career with Bell Canada in 1976 and spent over 18 years with Bell Canada and Stentor Resource Centre Inc. (SRCI).

 

 

George Langill

George Langill

Former Chief Executive Officer of the Royal Ottawa Health Care Group, George Langill is a widely recognized leader in health care management. An MHA alumnus, he has been active within the University of Ottawa community, service as an Adjunct Professor in the Faculty of Medicine, and as a sessional lecturer and course coordinator.

 

 

Brian Malcolmson

Brian Malcolmson

Brian Malcolmson brings to the Master of Health Administration Program more than 30 years of management experience in the health care field, most recently as Associate Vice-President of Academic Affairs at Hôpital Montfort. His background also includes senior management in hospital administration (the former Riverside Hospital of Ottawa), private consulting in health and social service management (CGO Montréal), government health services administration (Ontario, Manitoba) and community health services planning (Orleans, Ottawa).

 


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