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Faculty Profiles

Geoffrey Hogan

Geoffrey  Hogan

Professor, School of Applied Computing

Geoff Hogan began teaching in Sheridan’s School of Applied Computing in the Faculty of Applied Science and Technology in 2018.
 
He completed a diploma of Computer Science Technology (now called Software Development and Network Engineering) at Sheridan in 2000.
 
After 10 years of corporate technology experience, Geoff started his own social entrepreneurship company at the age of 29 that produced software for domestic violence and sexual assault centers across the United States and Canada.  A firm believer in  giving back, he regularly employed Sheridan co-op students and recent graduates. Geoff decided to pursue other directions in 2016 when he stepped back from that business.
 
In 2018 Geoff returned to Sheridan as a professor, first teaching Entrepreneurship (Innovation: From Idea to Execution) and then adding Capstone classes to his teaching portfolio.  In 2019 Geoff joined Sheridan’s startup incubator 'EDGE' as a mentor-in-residence to help startup ventures grow to their full potential.
 
Outside of Sheridan Geoff is a Scuba Instructor regularly travels the world to dive in its oceans.  Closer to home Geoff is a busy parent to two teenagers and volunteers by fostering homeless dogs until they find a permanent home.