People on the move: Former Telfer dean Micheál Kelly joins ADGA advisory council

Micheál Kelly
Micheál Kelly is the ‎dean of the Lazaridis School of Business and Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University. He recently joined ADGA Group’s strategic advisory council.

Micheál Kelly, former dean of the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa and the current ‎dean of the Lazaridis School of Business and Economics at Wilfrid Laurier University, joined ADGA Group’s strategic advisory council. Also joining the council are Richard Fadden, Richard Giguère, Raymond R. Henault and Carolyn Hurst.

Jill Sparling joined McRobie Architects + Interior Designers as a partner of the firm. Ms. Sparling joined McRobie in 2005, becoming an associate in 2011.

Chris Carsen and Jason Wesbecher have joined the executive team at Corel. Mr. Carsen will serve as general counsel and will lead the company’s contracting, intellectual property, litigation and compliance operations globally. Mr. Wesbecher joins as executive vice-president of sales and marketing after more than 20 years working in the B2B software industry.

HATS OFF

The West Ottawa Board of Trade announced its 2017 Business Excellence Awards recipients: business leader, Kevin Ford; new business, Keynote Group; small business, Unposed Photography; medium business, Rhapsody Strategies; large business, Welch LLP; young entrepreneur, James Baker; community development, Children at Risk, Ottawa; customer service, Brookstreet Hotel; restaurant full serve, Papa Sam’s Kanata; restaurant fast serve, Luna Crêpes and Café.

Feenics won the Security Sales and Integration Most Valuable Product award in the access control category for its new Keep by Feenics enterprise platform. Keep by Feenics is a scalable, cloud-based access control system for managing security infrastructures.