Corridor Interactive is comprised of a core team of professionals highly skilled and experienced in the areas of software development and instructional content design and delivery.
We work in partnership with subject matter experts in areas such as alcohol and drug policy, privacy awareness, workplace violence, diversity and inclusion, and others areas as needed. Our goal is to deliver the most current, comprehensive, industry-specific training content available.
Stephen J. A. Corbett, CEO — Founder, leader, business strategist; responsible for leadership, vision and growth of the Company in a profitable and sustainable manner.
Denis D. Demco, President — Founder, technology strategist, computer scientist, trouble-shooter; responsible for the R&D program, and the production and delivery programs that drive operations.
Charlotte Moller (P.Eng.), CTO — Software engineer, web developer, systems architect, project manager; responsible for management and operation of Corridor’s IT infrastructure and the formulation and execution of the R&D plan.
Heather Mooney, VP Business Development — Sales and marketing strategist with experience in channel and account management; responsible for driving the sales and marketing program.
Jennifer Stack, Transformation Team Lead — Communications specialist, writer and editor with a strong background in online communication and technical documentation; responsible for course development, instruction design and content delivery strategies.
Livia Mueri, Account Manager — Client services specialist responsible for account management, account administration, customer support, and project management.
Through its established network of contractors, Corridor extends its core team and mobilizes implementation teams to meet client requirements.
Subject Matter Experts
Our exclusive, long-term partnerships with a number of Canada’s renowned Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) allow us to provide our clients with the most thorough, industry-specific and legislatively-accurate learning content available. Corridor’s online courses deliver the expertise and knowledge of these industry experts directly to your staff, effectively and efficiently.
Alcohol and Drugs in the Workplace: Barbara Butler, Barbara Butler and Associates Inc.
Barbara is Canada’s preeminent alcohol and drug expert with more than 20 years of experience implementing policies and strategies for companies in every industry sector across North America. Our Alcohol and Drug course content is built upon her deep understanding and knowledge of best practices regarding alcohol and drugs in the workplace.
Diversity and Inclusion: Renée Bazile-Jones, Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion (CCDI)
Renée has more than 30 years experience working helping companies create workplace environments, structures, policies and practices that optimize human capital and bring forward pragmatic solutions to organizational obstacles. She is known globally as a visionary with extensive human rights/workplace knowledge and leading edge practices in diversity, equity and inclusion.
Privacy Awareness Training: Jean Eaton, Information Managers
Jean is an experienced leader and coach in health information management and matters concerning the protection of personal information. She provides guidance and clarity on privacy legislation, best practices and policy development to physicians, pharmacies, chiropractors and other primary health care providers. Corridor’s Privacy Awareness program delivers critical knowledge and insights stemming from Jean’s thorough understanding of today’s privacy issues and information security challenges.
Workplace Violence: Glenn French, Canadian Initiative on Workplace Violence; and Dr. Barbara Benoliel, Preferred Solutions Inc.
Glenn and Barbara each have more than 20 years of experience implementing workplace violence program strategies for companies in every industry across North America. Corridor’s Workplace Violence training capitalizes on their extensive knowledge base to bring your employees straightforward, practical training that can be applied on a daily basis.