Our Instructors

Raymond Chung, OAA, MRAIC, PMP, FMP, is a registered architect in Ontario, a professional project manager, and a professional facility manager. He specializes in construction project management and has over 30 years of experience in the design, supervision, and project management of various industrial, commercial, municipal, and post-secondary institutional projects. Raymond worked on various consulting engagements for some of the Canada’s most respected architectural, engineering, design-build, real estate, and telecommunication organizations.

Dr. Hamid Faridani, PMP, has over 25 years of experience directing and managing information technology projects with IBM Canada. He specializes in project risk management and managing ‘troubled projects’ to recovery. Prior to joining IBM, he spent over 10 years teaching and conducting research in the areas of systems engineering and operations research at the National University of Iran, Concordia University, and the University of Windsor. Hamid has published over 30 papers in international journals and conference papers. In addition, he has developed a number of courses in engineering and project management.

Dianne Nubla, MPC, is a Business Communication instructor at Ryerson University, where she teaches students ranging from undergraduates to working professionals who have chosen to continue their education. She was a recipient of a “Prof Who Made a Mark” award in 2014 to recognize her commitment to excellence in higher education. With a background in graphic design, she has created advertisements featured on TTC subway platforms and restaurants around the city of Toronto. Further, Dianne has worked with physicians to help translate their normally complex research into an accessible form through the use of concise wording, jargon-free language, and visuals.

Anna-Maria Rosada, BA, BEd, BT, OCT, specializes in leadership and human development. Anna-Maria has worked as an educator for over 23 years, and is trained in organization, relationship, and systems coaching. Ms. Rosada has taught for Ryerson University since 2003, and she has a Certificate in Teaching and Training Adults. In 2007, she was nominated for a Teaching Excellence Award for her unique ability to connect with learners. Prior to teaching for Ryerson, Anna-Maria worked with MGP Project Managers, a joint venture group responsible for the program management of the Pearson International Airport Redevelopment Project.

Markus Van Aardtis an experienced business communication skills instructor and coach. He is an accomplished Adult Education Professional, skilled at helping groups and individuals attain excellence and growth in the Canadian workplace. Markus’ experience includes advanced business communication and applied business skills in the areas of sales, strategic business planning, negotiation skills, and strategic leadership.

Tony Van Krieken, MA, PMP, is a project manager and part-time university instructor in the areas of information technology and project management. In addition, Tony has been the community manager for the International Development Community of Practice, Project Management Institute, for the last three years. The objective of the Community of Practice is to build the capacity of project managers so that they can contribute effectively to the implementation of programs aimed at generating a positive cycle of improvement in emerging countries and raising the standard of living experienced by each country’s population. Tony has taught for Ryerson University since 2000.