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People of CSG: Lynn Catenazzi, Optimum Talent

  • Blog
  • 30 July 2018

As Vice President, Operations & Client Relations in the Toronto office, Lynn leads the career transition practice within the GTA-SWO region. In this role, she manages the Career Consultants, Client Services and Administration team and oversees several key customer accounts, both local and national.

Recognized for her industry knowledge and strong customer service, Lynn has worked for more than 25 years in the career transition industry and possesses exceptional relationship management skills. She has been directly involved in the planning phase of several restructurings in multiple industries, providing guidance and support for small and large-scale initiatives. She has earned the trust and respect of many key customers. Skilled at developing and implementing sound practice policies and processes, Lynn works closely with Optimum Talent’s practice leaders and staff across the country to ensure consistency of program delivery and administrative practices.

Lynn graduated from the University of Western Ontario with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Commercial & Administrative Studies.

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