Sincerely,
The Peel Chapter Board

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Robert Gearing, CHRP, CHRL

Chapter Chair

Rob has been involved with the Peel Chapter Board since 2016 to the present, previously serving as the Communications Chair, he has also volunteered with the HRPA at the annual conference in the past.

Rob holds both his CHRP and CHRL designations.

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Anjana Vasudevan, CHRP

Chair Elect & Chair, Chapter Programs

Anjana is a passionate, result oriented Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) with over 7 years of progressive experience in Human resources. Anjana is a Business Management Graduate and holds a Masters Diploma in Business Administration. She has also earned a Human Resources Management certificate with high honors. She possesses diversified skills in project coordination, Customer Service, Talent Acquisition, Employee relations, managing employee life cycle operations including Training intervention, Benefits and Pension administration.

Her key strengths lie in strong analytical problem solving, positive behavior and willingness to “learn, share and grow” attitude coupled with a high emotional quotient to tackle conflict resolution.

She is presently employed at the City of Mississauga as a Recruitment Specialist.

Deanne Cormier
Deanne Cormier

Secretary/Treasurer

Deanne brings over 10 years of senior management exposure in financial roles with experience in M&A, organizational restructuring, financial reporting, full-cycle accounting, payroll, administration, and operational support.  She has been employed with Trica CXM Solutions as Controller since its start-up in 2015, responsible for financial, human resource, and administrative activities.  Previously, she held a variety of accounting roles in the technology and transportation industries.

Deanne, a certified Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP), currently volunteers as a Subject Matter Expert with the Canadian Payroll Association and is an active member of the Peel Branch.  She has served as Treasurer on the Peel Chapter Board since 2019.

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Enriqueta del Carmen Fischer, CHRP, PCP

Chair, Chapter Mentorship

I have always believed in volunteering because I find helping others to be a very rewarding experience. I have volunteered with the Publicity Committee for 10 years. Volunteering is fun because I have had the opportunity to meet very valuable people and I’ve enjoyed providing career mentoring support to friends and people while they were in career transition. I have developed my leadership skills leading different projects and being the chair of different committees.

I believe this is the right opportunity to provide my experience and share my creativity and my ideas with the committee and continue the amazing work that other committee chairs have contributed with their commitment for our Peel Chapter to become the strongest chapter in the Region with the best facilitators and training development tools for the HR Professionals for today and tomorrow. I am a CHRP and I am currently working towards my CHRL designation.

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Shady (Chadi) Hana Ph.D., DBA, MBA, CHRL, CHRP, CPHRC, CT, PCCP

Chair, Chapter Student Liaison

“HRM Professionals are currently positioned to be the gatekeepers and guardians of the future, and it is on us-the HR community – to make sure that we support each other in assuming this role taking the lead in ensuring individuals, organizations, and economies flourish by doing what we do best: Human Resources Management, HRM is not a business function it is The Function.” Dr. S. Hana

Dr. Hana is an experienced and passionate HRM Professional, who is always looking for ways to advance the HRM profession agenda and support and give back to the HRM community, constantly asking, “ Why, and How might I help?”

A Holder of a terminal degree and an MBA in HRM, CHRL, CHRP, CPHRC, CT, and PCCP designations.

An HRM professor currently teaches in the post-secondary sector with extensive experience teaching and facilitating in postgraduate and professional development.

A Faculty Advisor to the Pilon School of Business (PSB) Human Resources Students Association.

An Aspiring HRM Researcher, currently engaged in several leading research projects looking into Ontario credentials, equity, diversity, inclusion, and entrepreneurship.

An Experienced HRM & OD professional/Consultant with over two decades of domestic and international HRM and Organization Development industry experience.

An Experienced board member with several years of experience chairing on HRPA peel chapter different portfolios (Volunteers, membership engagement, students’ liaison, and Mentoring) and other not-for-profit organizations.

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Renu Kalani CHRL, MBA HR

Chair, Chapter Regulatory Discussion Groups

Renu is a senior business leader with experience in all functional areas of human resources. Having helped companies across various sizes (a multinational conglomerate, a mid-sized private equity firm, and a high tech start-up), she has a unique understanding of opportunities and challenges of organizations based on their business lifecycles and business environments (unionized/ non-unionized). She has led HR teams in Canada, the US, UK and India and helped build HR function from the ground-up. She is skilled at managing mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and multi-million dollar restructuring projects across North America and Europe.

Being born and raised outside of Canada, Renu brings a global perspective to HR, culture, and business management. She has also travelled coast to coast across nine Canadian provinces to provide on the ground tactical and strategic support to her business partners and clients.

Renu has an MBA in Human Resources from University of Mumbai and holds CHRL designation from HRPA. She also enjoys the opportunity of being a guest lecturer at business schools and helps imparting her HR management skillsets. Being a female leader, a person of colour and a mother, she is very passionate about diversity, gender partnerships, and ensures that inclusivity is at the center of all.

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Stephanie Enright, CHRP, CHRL, CHRE

Chair, Chapter Communications

Stephanie Enright is the Vice President of Talent Management and Administration for Lakeside Process Controls. Holding over fifteen years’ experience in human resources, safety, compliance practices and administration management, Stephanie’s responsibilities include developing and implementing Lakeside’s talent management strategy, as well as ensuring the continuous enhancement of the organization’s talent management programs to create more value for Lakeside’s customers.

In 2010, she led the development of Lakeside’s Wellness Program. This program is a recipient of Benefit Canada’s Best In-Class Wellness Programming. She regularly shares her knowledge as a public speaker and as a panel member at conferences on various topics related to wellness in the workplace, as well as other talent management best-practices. She has been a member of the HRPA Peel Chapter since 2008 and hold her CHRP, CHRL and CHRE designations.

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Robert Gearing, CHRP, CHRL

Chapter Chair

Rob has been involved with the Peel Chapter Board since 2016 to the present, previously serving as the Communications Chair, he has also volunteered with the HRPA at the annual conference in the past.

Rob holds both his CHRP and CHRL designations.

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Anjana Vasudevan, CHRP

Chair Elect & Chair, Chapter Programs

Anjana is a passionate, result oriented Certified Human Resource Professional (CHRP) with over 7 years of progressive experience in Human resources. Anjana is a Business Management Graduate and holds a Masters Diploma in Business Administration. She has also earned a Human Resources Management certificate with high honors. She possesses diversified skills in project coordination, Customer Service, Talent Acquisition, Employee relations, managing employee life cycle operations including Training intervention, Benefits and Pension administration.

Her key strengths lie in strong analytical problem solving, positive behavior and willingness to “learn, share and grow” attitude coupled with a high emotional quotient to tackle conflict resolution.

She is presently employed at the City of Mississauga as a Recruitment Specialist.

Deanne Cormier
Deanne Cormier

Secretary/Treasurer

Deanne brings over 10 years of senior management exposure in financial roles with experience in M&A, organizational restructuring, financial reporting, full-cycle accounting, payroll, administration, and operational support.  She has been employed with Trica CXM Solutions as Controller since its start-up in 2015, responsible for financial, human resource, and administrative activities.  Previously, she held a variety of accounting roles in the technology and transportation industries.

Deanne, a certified Payroll Compliance Practitioner (PCP), currently volunteers as a Subject Matter Expert with the Canadian Payroll Association and is an active member of the Peel Branch.  She has served as Treasurer on the Peel Chapter Board since 2019.

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Enriqueta del Carmen Fischer, CHRP, PCP

Chair, Chapter Mentorship

I have always believed in volunteering because I find helping others to be a very rewarding experience. I have volunteered with the Publicity Committee for 10 years. Volunteering is fun because I have had the opportunity to meet very valuable people and I’ve enjoyed providing career mentoring support to friends and people while they were in career transition. I have developed my leadership skills leading different projects and being the chair of different committees.

I believe this is the right opportunity to provide my experience and share my creativity and my ideas with the committee and continue the amazing work that other committee chairs have contributed with their commitment for our Peel Chapter to become the strongest chapter in the Region with the best facilitators and training development tools for the HR Professionals for today and tomorrow. I am a CHRP and I am currently working towards my CHRL designation.

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Shady (Chadi) Hana Ph.D., DBA, MBA, CHRL, CHRP, CPHRC, CT, PCCP

Chair, Chapter Student Liaison

“HRM Professionals are currently positioned to be the gatekeepers and guardians of the future, and it is on us-the HR community – to make sure that we support each other in assuming this role taking the lead in ensuring individuals, organizations, and economies flourish by doing what we do best: Human Resources Management, HRM is not a business function it is The Function.” Dr. S. Hana

Dr. Hana is an experienced and passionate HRM Professional, who is always looking for ways to advance the HRM profession agenda and support and give back to the HRM community, constantly asking, “ Why, and How might I help?”

A Holder of a terminal degree and an MBA in HRM, CHRL, CHRP, CPHRC, CT, and PCCP designations.

An HRM professor currently teaches in the post-secondary sector with extensive experience teaching and facilitating in postgraduate and professional development.

A Faculty Advisor to the Pilon School of Business (PSB) Human Resources Students Association.

An Aspiring HRM Researcher, currently engaged in several leading research projects looking into Ontario credentials, equity, diversity, inclusion, and entrepreneurship.

An Experienced HRM & OD professional/Consultant with over two decades of domestic and international HRM and Organization Development industry experience.

An Experienced board member with several years of experience chairing on HRPA peel chapter different portfolios (Volunteers, membership engagement, students’ liaison, and Mentoring) and other not-for-profit organizations.

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Renu Kalani CHRL, MBA HR

Chair, Chapter Regulatory Discussion Groups

Renu is a senior business leader with experience in all functional areas of human resources. Having helped companies across various sizes (a multinational conglomerate, a mid-sized private equity firm, and a high tech start-up), she has a unique understanding of opportunities and challenges of organizations based on their business lifecycles and business environments (unionized/ non-unionized). She has led HR teams in Canada, the US, UK and India and helped build HR function from the ground-up. She is skilled at managing mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and multi-million dollar restructuring projects across North America and Europe.

Being born and raised outside of Canada, Renu brings a global perspective to HR, culture, and business management. She has also travelled coast to coast across nine Canadian provinces to provide on the ground tactical and strategic support to her business partners and clients.

Renu has an MBA in Human Resources from University of Mumbai and holds CHRL designation from HRPA. She also enjoys the opportunity of being a guest lecturer at business schools and helps imparting her HR management skillsets. Being a female leader, a person of colour and a mother, she is very passionate about diversity, gender partnerships, and ensures that inclusivity is at the center of all.

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Stephanie Enright, CHRP, CHRL, CHRE

Chair, Chapter Communications

Stephanie Enright is the Vice President of Talent Management and Administration for Lakeside Process Controls. Holding over fifteen years’ experience in human resources, safety, compliance practices and administration management, Stephanie’s responsibilities include developing and implementing Lakeside’s talent management strategy, as well as ensuring the continuous enhancement of the organization’s talent management programs to create more value for Lakeside’s customers.

In 2010, she led the development of Lakeside’s Wellness Program. This program is a recipient of Benefit Canada’s Best In-Class Wellness Programming. She regularly shares her knowledge as a public speaker and as a panel member at conferences on various topics related to wellness in the workplace, as well as other talent management best-practices. She has been a member of the HRPA Peel Chapter since 2008 and hold her CHRP, CHRL and CHRE designations.

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