August 25, 2010
by Purchasingb2b Staff
The Purchasing Management Association of Canada has a new president and CEO.
Cheryl Paradowski has taken over the position from Bob Dye, who has retired after six years on the job.
Paradowski comes to PMAC from the Canadian Grocery HR Council (formerly the Canadian Food Industry Council), where she served as executive director for five years.
In her new role, she’ll be responsible for leading the PMAC board of directors, working with provincial and territorial institute partners and fostering relationships with stakeholders—both in Canada and internationally.
She holds an MBA from the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and a bilingual honours BA from Glendon College at York University.
Look for more on Paradowski’s appointment—and her vision for PMAC—in the September issue of Purchasingb2b.