Dinesh Sharma is an Author, Speaker and Inspirational HR Leader with more than 25 years of global HR experience in North America & India.Dinesh is an immigrant success story and believes in giving back to the community. One of Dinesh’s benchmark of success is his community work. He believes in lifelong learning and sharing his knowledge with other professionals in the industry. Dinesh has served on the Board of St. John Ambulance, Brampton Branch and Peel Chapter of Human Resources of Professional Associations for a number of years. Dinesh played an instrumental role in getting the HR profession regulated. Canadian HR Reporter, the national newspaper on Human Resources published an article on him in 2014 titled “Secret of Success from an IEP”Dinesh has helped a number of skilled immigrants settle down in the country. He was a “Finalist” for TRIEC Immigrant Success Award under the Individual Category.Dinesh has been a regular speaker at various community organization events, at local TV and Radio on various community related topics. Dinesh was also Finalist for “Citizen of the Year Award” for City of Brampton in 2014. The work Dinesh does in the community has earned him the recognition of an emerging community leader. He has been awarded numerous awards for his work. Dinesh vision of life is:“Let us assist others reach their potential by navigating and making the process easier for them”. “Become a Solution Oriented Professional”
To know more about Dinesh and the work he does, you can visit his personal website www.dineshsharma.org.
Dr. Parveen Gill
Parveen is a Professor and Program Coordinator of the Postgraduate Human Resources Management program at Humber College, Toronto, Canada. She is an inspired Human Resources leader with a focus on employee development and their wellbeing.
Connectedness is her biggest strength, and she leads by example. Parveen carries a positive team-centered attitude, coupled with constant drive to achieve exceptional results.
Parveen is an immigrant success story and believes in giving back to the community. She has been actively volunteering in mentoring internationally trained professionals. She has been a proud volunteer for TRIEC– the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Counsel since 2009. Her thoughtful leadership style, commitment to serve, and respect for diversity are critical qualities that allow her to mentor and coach internationally trained professionals.
She takes pride in helping newcomers in making their transition to a new (work) place a bit smoother. Her goal is to inspire communities and improve the quality of life by lifting one soul at a time. ‘I love what I do – mentoring and coaching students and newcomers to be career-ready and contribute towards the economic and social wealth of the country.’