Sheridan School of Business welcomes new faculty
Professor Rhonda Silver has an undergraduate degree in Mathematics for Commerce from York University and an MBA from Wilfrid Laurier University. For the past 20 years, Rhonda has been a successful entrepreneur. Rhonda began Hollend Furnishings and has grown it into a prosperous business with a wide and eclectic client base, including numerous corporate customers, as well as educational institutions such as school Boards, private schools, universities and colleges.
As an entrepreneur, Rhonda has been responsible for every aspect of business including: Marketing and Sales, Accounting, Human Resources, Design and Transportation. With such a wide range of abilities, Rhonda will be able to bring her work experiences and her expertise into the Sheridan School of Business classrooms.
Professor Kamzol comes to the Sheridan School of Business after many years as a successful business consultant to clients in the resource, manufacturing, and innovative technology sectors, and as a successful communicator and college professor. Stan holds a B.A. from the University of Waterloo, and a MBA from the IVEY School of Business, University of Western Ontario. Professor Kamzol’s business experience includes stints with oil, mining, energy, and hydro producers.
Maurizio Di Maio
Professor Maurizio Di Maio will teach in the Sheridan School of Business Accounting program. He has an MBA from Laurentian University, a bachelor’s degree from Ryerson University and is in good standing as a Certified General Accountant and Certified Internal Auditor. Maurizio has taught at Ryerson University, Sheridan College, and George Brown College. Maurizio also brings eight years of business experience mainly with Celestica.
The Sheridan School of Business welcomes Professor Wolff who has has taught in the School since 2003. Deborah holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Wilfred Laurier University and a MBA from Edinburgh Business School / Heriot-Watt University. Professor Wolff has taught Business Math, Statistics, and E-commerce courses for Sheridan and has extensive business experience in these areas.
Her accounting background lead her into work related to financial and accounting systems, both within government and industry. Her roles included hands on accounting, corporate training and project management. She also taught at George Brown College for 3 semesters in Project Management and E-Commerce.
Professor Romano will teach in the Sheridan School of Business Paralegal program. Netta holds a B.A. History from York University, a B.L Law from Osgoode Hall Law School, and a B.Ed from York University.
Professor Romano has several years experience as corporate counsel to a major retailer, and practiced civil litigation focusing on the enforcement of banking securities, family law, employment law, and human rights in private practice. No stranger to Sheridan College, Netta has taught in the Sheridan School of Business Paralegal program for more than eight years.