Emily McNair (Manager, Center for Management Development)
Emily McNair holds her Bachelor of Business Administration (Entrepreneurship, Marketing) from the Hill School of Business and Master of Administration (Leadership) from the Levene Graduate School of Business, holds her Project Management Professional (PMP) and Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designations and is a certified facilitator in the ColourSpectrums™ self-awareness, personal development, team building and stress management modules. Emily is extremely passionate about the University of Regina and the Faculty of Business Administration. She worked in University Advancement & Communications (formerly External Relations) and the Executive Office in fund and partnership development from 2014-2016, was the Vice President of the University of Regina Alumni Association, was one of the founding executive members of the Hill Alumni Association and was the President of the Levene Graduate Students Association. Additionally, she has been involved with the JDC West Business Competition for over nine years as a competitor (2011), Godparent (2012 & 2015), External Co-Chair of the 2014 competition that was held in Regina for the first time, member and Chair of their Board of Directors (2016-17), was again on the Organizing Committee in 2018 and wrote the not-for-profit case for the 2019 and 2020 competitions. Most recently, she been a Sessional Lecturer in the Faculty of Business Administration since Winter 2018 teaching BUS 100, BUS 210 and BUS 260.experience.”
Emily started her career in consulting at McNair Business Development Inc, specializing in leadership and team development, change management, project management and governance, marketing strategy and execution, fund development strategy and execution, stakeholder engagement, communications and strategic planning. In addition to her experience with McNair and the University of Regina, Emily worked at SaskTel where she held leadership positions in their Communications and Marketing Departments.