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Project Managers and New Staff

Human Synergistcs Canada‘s success depends on three very important factors, our; employees, customers and products. In order to best serve the interest of all three, we have decided to revise our roles. Please join us in welcoming our new project managers to the HSC team. Meghan and Ashley will be overseeing the use of the HS products, by acting as the main point of contact for our customers. Whether you are a new or long time user of HS products, our Project Managers will be here to help you implement them in an effective way.

With these recent transitions, we are making room in these newsletters to feature our new team. Meghan Early is a new Project Manager with Human Synergistics Canada. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Queen’s University, a Social Work Diploma at Humber College and her Masters of Philosophy in International Peace Studies from Trinity College in Ireland.

Prior to joining HSC, Meghan provided employment counselling to youth. She also worked in training and development within the hospitality industry, and provided training to educators in India. Her diverse employment background brings a fresh outlook to organizational culture.

With a career rooted in community development, social justice and educational engagement, Meghan both personally and professionally believes in Human Synergistics’ motto of, “Changing the World – One Organization at a Time”.

Ashley Davis-Annett, our newest Project Manager with Human Synergistics Canada, received her Bachelor’s Degree in Outdoor Recreation and Leisure Studies from Brock University, concentrating her studies on adult education and facilitation. Ashley has recently completed a Master’s Degree in Human Systems Intervention from Concordia University, where her focus was on change management, specifically, mergers and acquisitions.

Ashley has been working as a trainer and consultant for over a decade, working with a variety of organizations in many different sectors. As a consultant, the focus of her work has been on team and group development, leadership and most recently, organizational culture. She spent the last four years working with a small team-building company, as a business developer, growing and expanding their operation to an organization development and change management consulting firm.