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Marcie Theoret’s passion for teaching has been apparent since she was a child. Marcie has been with the Sheridan family as a Sales and Marketing Professor since 2002, primarily teaching in Sales, Digital Marketing, and Math. Between her educational and professional background in each of these disciplines Marcie brings a unique mix of these subject matters into the classroom.
Marcie graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Math in Business and Information Systems and from Aspen University with a Master of Business Administration. She has worked at small, medium, and large companies including Microsoft, Oracle, Kraft, and Datamirror (IBM). Marcie regularly conducted bi-weekly information sessions to prospective clients ranging from 50-300 participants. She developed and conducted a corporate-wide technology training program for all employees. With a passion for roles that offer a combination of training, marketing and technology, Marcie brings all of these elements into her role at Sheridan.
Her multiple functions at Sheridan College has seen Marcie influence student success in many areas. For many years, she acted as an Academic Advisor at the Davis and Trafalgar campuses as well as Marketing Program Coordinator. She has been involved in several college-wide committees including a Student Retention Committee (First Year Experience) and served as Vice-Chair for the Academic Advisor Working Group. For the Faculty of Business, Marcie has played key roles within the Marketing Program Review Committee, Degree Development Committee, OCMC coach, OCMC Host Planning Committee, New Faculty Orientation, Marketing Club Faculty Advisor, as well as being a course development consultant and course leader for several marketing courses. She was awarded the NISOD Excellence Award in 2012 for her work on the Degree Development Committee.
In her spare time, Marcie enjoys watching and playing various sports, cheering on her three active children in their activities, and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. She is conversational in French and prides herself as a die-hard Habs fan.