Haig Baronikian, PhD, PMP, PEng
Haig is founder, President and Senior Consultant at eFuel Partners Inc. He has over 25 years of experience in the eLearning, eHealth, telecom and information technology fields. He has held leadership positions in corporate strategy, marketing, R&D, sales engineering, systems integration and software development with Bell Canada. For the past twelve years, as a management consultant, project leader and innovation instigator, he has led a range of eFuel consulting engagements, such as: development and implementation of a data warehouse/business intelligence system; various strategy, business planning and marketing projects in the eHealth, microelectronics and telecom fields; needs assessment, planning, project management, pilot implementation and evaluation for a student clinical placement system for Nursing programs across Ontario; and, project management to implement a state-of-the-art digital systems chip testing laboratory (part of the National Microelectronics and Photonics Testing Collaboratory). He has worked in the private, public, educational as well as charitable sectors.
Haig is the co-author of the textbook, Leadership in Project Management: Leading People and Projects to Success.
Haig holds a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from the University of Toronto. He also holds the M.Ed. Degree from OISE (focusing on adult education and eLearning) and Degrees in engineering from the University of Waterloo and McGill University. He has served as an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design as well as Associate Faculty with Royal Roads University. Haig currently teaches project management, strategy and innovation topics at the University of Toronto and enterprise analysis with York University's Schulich Executive Education Centre. He has also been a part-time professor in George Brown College’s Research Commercialization and Innovation program. He has developed and delivered corporate training for a range of clients and is active as a professional speaker.
May Haslam, B.A., B.Ed.
May is Vice-President and Senior Consultant at eFuel Partners Inc. She has extensive experience in instructional design, evaluation and teaching in special education and adult learning. She has been a faculty member at Humber College in the Early Childhood Education and Community Integration through Cooperative Education programs.
May has been a consultant to professionals in the elementary, secondary and early childhood education systems across Ontario, performing needs assessments, delivering subsequent training and providing coaching. She was engaged by Community Living Toronto to research, design, author and develop an interactive Website and CD for parents of young children with developmental handicaps. Most recently, she has been delivering training for a range of academic and clinical users across Ontario for a student clinical placement system for Nursing programs.
Christine Brown, Ph.D.
Dr. Brown is a Senior Consultant with eFuel Partners Inc. Most recently, she was the lead interaction designer for an eFuel project to develop an e-learning course for the Canadian Working Group on HIV and Rehabilitation. She has designed, authored and delivered numerous online, blended, and technology-enhanced courses for universities and businesses across Canada. She previously worked at IBM as a Project Manager and currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Canadian Mental Health Association (Durham Region). She has published research articles, reviews, and book chapters, and presented at international conferences on topics related to distance and blended learning environments, technology usability, and optimizing adult learning environments for business executives.
Samvel is a Senior Consultant and leads the prototyping and software development effort at eFuel Partners Inc.
Samvel holds an MSc Degree in applied mathematics from Yerevan State University, Armenia. His research and engineering interests include image filtration, restoration and enhancement, as well as software design and development. He has 25 years of experience in the telecom and information technology fields, including four years at Nokia Corporation.