Rhonda is a passionate, respected innovator, Rhonda Singer helps organizations achieve bottom line results through Identifying, leveraging, and engaging global talent. Her 20+ years of senior leadership accomplishments achieved within corporate, entrepreneurial and not for profit environments have made her an ideal partner for business leaders seeking to optimize return with their multi-cultural talent investments.
As President of an award-winning organization for nearly 10 years, Rhonda was one of the first business leaders to identify a vital intersection of opportunity for key stakeholders and Canada’s Internationally Educated Professionals (IEPs). This led her to conceiving, producing, and eventually rebranding the first five of multiple IEP Conferences, a landmark forum for thousands of talented immigrants seeking professional success in the GTA and beyond.
Rhonda’s collaborative approach, entrepreneurial insight and overall breadth of experience is enhanced through specialist designations: she was one of the first individuals in Canada recognized as an advanced certified Cultural Intelligence (CQ) facilitator, as well as an internationally recognized Career Management Fellow (CMF).
Rhonda Chaired the National Steering Committee Initiative for Internationally Educated Professionals, at Canada’s Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC) from 2006-2013.
Rhonda was the national and international speaker, facilitator on Cultural Intelligence and its implications for organizations, including: Australian Human Resources Institute International; CBA/Canadian Corporate Counsel Association; Association of Career Professionals International (USA); Teachers of English as a Second Language (TESL) Ontario – Oct. 2014.
She designed and implemented the inaugural HR Development and Learning Centre within multi-million dollar manufacturing company, contributing 20% improvement in customer service cycle time and a 50% increase in operational effectiveness. She co-developed a model (collaborating with Ontario physicians) which influenced the future of Continuing Medical Education (CME).
She chaired the first steering committee of the Worker’s Compensation Board and The Institute resulting in the successful planning and implementation of an on-going, innovative educational forum for various Health Care providers throughout Ontario.
Rhonda Received the Business of the Year and Corporate Excellence of the Year Award recipient (Finalist with U of T and Delta Hotels), recognized by Scarborough Chamber of Commerce.