Kim Marshall is a workforce development specialist capable of taking sector-based workforce training and consulting projects from concept phase to execution. She is a seasoned project manager leading OTEC’s Indigenous tourism training initiatives, corporate training projects, sector-level training strategies, provincial training development projects, regional tourism training initiatives and industry workforce development projects. Kim holds an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from Queen’s University as well as a Master of Environmental Studies degree in Tourism Policy and Planning from the University of Waterloo, specializing in community-based tourism planning in the Caribbean.
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