The Director of Organizational & Human Development, Katrina Di Gravio, oversees the operation department and the development of programs for the university community. Further, Katrina is highly involved in the strategic planning of the institution in several key areas, such as the Healthy Workplace Committee and the Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace program.
Sue develops and facilitates a wide range of workshops offered to staff at Waterloo, from the Leadership Foundations series to her innovative Bookshop series. As the Manager, Employee Development of Organizational & Human Development (OHD), Sue provides customized development options for various groups on campus to assist their particular needs or requirements. As well, she developed and launched the Student Leadership Program (SLP) in 2008. She is a graduate of Waterloo and has over 20 years of experience at the university.
Sue likes her coffee large with milk.
Annette has worked for the University of Waterloo since her graduation in 2001, where she has over 14 years of experience developing and training employees, and creating customized solutions for the campus community. Annette joined the Organizational & Human Development (OHD) Team in 2008 where she began designing and facilitating leadership programs for employees.
John has been a member of the University of Waterloo community since 1999. Joining the Organizational and Human Development team in 2012, his interest and expertise are focused on designing and facilitating leadership development opportunities and solutions. He is dedicated to helping individuals, teams, and organizational units transform the way they learn, develop and lead.
Alannah Robinson supports the university community in Organizational and Human Development through the design and delivery of personal and professional development workshops. She is passionate about working with individuals and teams to build capacity, generate 'ah-ha moments' and create new ways of working together. She has a student affairs, experiential education, and research background that has allowed her to approach learning and development through a unique lens.
Susan has been a member of the University of Waterloo community since 2012. With 15 years of experience in the training and development field, Susan is an ardent believer in lifelong learning and professional development. She believes that identifying opportunities for people to generate a sense of harmony between their careers and life is a pursuit worth exploring. Leadership, coaching and providing exceptional service are all areas of interest. Susan is certified as a trainer in Coaching for High Performance®, and Personality Dimensions®.