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Paul Stanley is a senior partner in the Toronto office. A certified management consultant, he has over 20 years of consulting and search experience in both the private and public sectors. As a search professional, he has worked in Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom and he has also carried out senior level recruiting assignments in Africa and the Caribbean. Paul's domestic clients include organizations in the fields of energy, healthcare, insurance, communications, and high technology as well as professional firms and public sector institutions.
Paul was a founding partner of A.R.A. Consultants, one of Canada's most respected international development and public sector consulting practices. His early career was in the search practice of Peat Marwick Partners. Prior to the establishment of Odgers Berndtson Canada, he spent three years with another major executive search firm.
Paul holds an honours degree in psychology from McGill University and a master of science degree in organizational and counseling psychology from the University of Waterloo.
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