People on the move

For Sara Rossmann, good leadership is about recognizing that we’re all human, we all make mistakes, and we all have our bad days as well as our good days.
“It’s somewhat of a similar role to what I was doing at Keynote but it’s on a bit of a larger scale because the company is quite a bit bigger," said Turk.
As Doug McLarty gets ready to retire from MNP LLP, what he’ll remember most about his four-decade-long career as a chartered accountant in Ottawa will be the people he’s met and the relationships he’…
Jennifer Cross, through her new role with MARANT Construction, is now helping clients reconceptualize what their offices could look like.
Adrienne Vienneau doesn’t consider her new role as executive director of Christie Lake Kids to be so much a job as much as she does “a calling”.
Ottawa entrepreneur started organization in 2020 as a labour of love to address racial inequality in the workplace.
After almost 20 years as an urban planner with the City of Ottawa, most recently tasked with the job of overseeing its new official plan, Alain Miguelez has joined the National Capital Commission.
While former head of HR at Invest Ottawa loved her time at the economic development agency, she calls technology her true "passion."
Don’t let the name Rewind fool you. Amanda Gordon has in fact joined a very forward-thinking company as the new vice president of people for the Ottawa-based data protection software firm.
Veteran lawyers say the time was right to leave their own booming practices and join national firm.