A little bit about Deb Exel …
With a reputation for being a ‘workaholic’, it’s no surprise to anyone that even after 25 years in big business, Debra Exel is still not ready for the slow lane.
“My time in the telecommunications field as a management professional and Senior Project Manager has equipped me with a lot of hard-won wisdom and experience.” Debra says she’s “completely on fire” when it comes to applying this expertise to transform businesses and non-profit organizations. “It is so gratifying to work with executive teams and soloprofessionals to help turn their vision into a strategic plan that will yield hard results.”
Debra has served in several leadership capacities during her professional career, in both the corporate and community affairs areas. As Founder and Chair of the Barrie and District Chapter of Kids Help Phone, Debra developed successful fundraising, awareness and social media communication strategies. Debra was appointed to the City of Barrie’s Heritage Barrie committee, is Vice President of Barrie Out of the Cold, and is Treasurer of the Simcoe County Historical Association. Volunteerism is an important part of Debra’s life and she is committed to giving back to the community she lives in. She also lends her talents to a new start-up organization, as Vice Chair of the Barrie Historical Archive, an exciting online museum of her city’s fascinating past.
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Debra holds a Masters Certificate in Project Management from George Washington University, and is among the first 50 people in Canada to have completed this program. Debra has a Certificate in Human Resources Management, and is a past member of the Human Resources Professionals Association (HRPA).