DS Lawyers Canada is delighted to announce the appointment of Angie Tinor as National Vice-President Operating Officer. As the firm continues to grow in Canada, it will be able draw on its expertise in operations and human resources management to enhance its operational capabilities and effectively develop and implement its strategic plans.
Angie will play a leading role in implementing innovative strategies and optimizing overall operating processes. Her leadership will exert a unifying influence, making her an undeniable asset to the firm.
“I’m delighted to be joining the dynamic and committed team at DS Lawyers. The firm is evolving as its presence expands in Canada, and I look forward to contributing to its positive development and supporting its efforts to remain effective, innovative and at the forefront of best practices in the market,” she noted.
DS Lawyers Canada is privileged to be able to count on Angie Tinor’s extensive professional experience in the financial, manufacturing and industrial sectors. She has led transformation programs at private and public enterprises, promoting a culture that fosters diversity, inclusion, mental health and well-being.
Prior to joining DS Lawyers, Angie worked at the University of Ottawa as Vice-President, Human Resources. She had previously served in the same capacity for the Canadian Commercial Corporation, supporting the President and CEO.
“Angie is unquestionably the best professional to help guide DS Lawyers Canada in its strategic growth. Her understanding, positive leadership and ability to find solutions to the most complex business and human challenges will make her an invaluable ally,” observed Richard Laramée, Managing Partner and Chairman of the Board of DS Lawyers Canada.
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