Business Development Specialist
Chase received a Bachelor degree in History and Political Science in 2010 at the University of Windsor. Due to the program’s emphasis on research and presentation, Chase was able to attain a strong skill set suited to developing strategies and ideas regardless of the environment he found himself in. He first put his education to use working for the University of Windsor in the Student Recruitment department as a liaison officer. In this esteemed position, it was his responsibility to travel the province to drive University enrolment using a variety of creative presentation techniques.
Once his contract work with the University was finished, Chase travelled to South Korea to teach English to children of all ages. There he further developed his presentation skills and also gained an immeasurable cultural experience.
Chase gravitated to leadership roles from a young age. He was foreman for his Grandfather’s landscaping company at just 17, he represented the University of Windsor as a recent graduate, and he commanded an English program in a foreign country shortly after that. Chase derives great satisfaction from helping people find solutions to challenges. He applies his coordination and communications skills and feels rewarded when a plan comes together. This is why Chase has paid special attention to the shortage of available training in rural areas and on First Nations territory.
Chase’s leadership ability; strong public presence; and follow through commitment have helped establish him as WWOTC’s business development specialist and a most trusted customer liaison.