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Connie Wang, RPR, RPT
Connie Wang is an HR Professional with 6 years of experience specializing in recruitment. Connie has a Business Administration Advanced Diploma in Human Resources Management and a Certificate in Teacher and Trainer's of Adults from Algonquin College.
She has multiple certifications such as the RPR (Registered Professional Recruiter) and the RPT (Registered Professional Trainer) designations.
Currently, Connie is a Talent Acquisition Advisor at MNP LLP, Canada's 5th largest national accounting, tax and business consulting firm. She is responsible for the hiring of IT, Consulting and Advisory roles nationally but her primary focus is to support the hiring needs of the two MNP offices here in Ottawa.
Prior to her current role, she worked at two staffing agencies TRM Technologies Inc as a Senior Resource Manager and Cistel Technology Inc as a Technical Recruiter finding specialized candidates for the Federal Government.
Steve Martin, MSW, RSW
Mr. Martin has practiced, taught and provided clinical supervision in the field of child and youth mental health for the past 30 years. He graduated from Carleton University with his Master’s in Social Work in 1988. His undergraduate in Honours Psychology was from the University of Ottawa in 1985. He is a registered social worker with the College of Social Workers in Ontario and is therefore able to perform the controlled act of psychotherapy.
Mr. Martin currently is the Director of Quality Assurance for Children’s Mental Health of Leeds and Grenville and is also filling the role of Director of Intensive Services at the same agency.
Mr. Martin has served on advisory boards for both Safeguards Training and the Centre of Excellence for Children’s Mental Health at CHEO. He has also published articles and reviews in the “Child and Family Journal”.
Mr. Martin especially enjoys teaching and was a guest lecturer in the Master’s in Counselling program at Ottawa University. He usually taught the section on “engaging adolescents” in the micro-counselling skills course.
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