A graduate in International Hospitality and Tourism Management of European University in Montreux, Switzerland, Sharon J. Fraenkel is an effective, executive level leader with international experience in hospitality, events and sponsorships, as well as volunteer management. He spent 14 years with some of the world’s most prominent companies, including Hilton International, Cirque du Soleil, Dan Hotels, The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company and Le Royal Meridien King Edward Hotel, prior to joining Concordia University in 2005 where he remained for nearly a decade, building and leading, the university’s first professional events team dedicated to fundraising and alumni relations activities.
Sharon’s trademark is his passion and commitment. His strength lies in his detailed, results-oriented approach to everything he does and in his superior negotiation skills, generating top line sales and bottom line profits.
Sharon has a proven track record for building and maintaining positive relationships.
His exceptional networking aptitude and talent to mobilize teams to action through his own enthusiasm, while considering a diversity of perspectives, instills confidence and trust in others and has gained him a strong reputation for integrity.
With 20+ years of experience, Sharon brings comprehensive expertise and vision to SJF Group, and hence steers clients in the right direction. Collaborating with his network of accomplished partners nationwide, Sharon’s firm takes a streamlined and innovative approach and offers unparalleled service.
Joyce Rabih completed her undergraduate degree at McGill University and earned a graduate degree in administration at Concordia University. She is a Human Resource specialist at core, with a sharp understanding of the no-nonsense needs of business. As such, Joyce is the operational guide to SJF Group, ensuring the smooth day to day administration and operation of the firm.
Joyce has been assisting Montreal-based companies, locally, nationally and throughout North America in many areas of human resources management ranging from the daily flow of essential business processes in a human resources context to the deployment of organizational change management through coaching and deployment of training initiatives.
Joyce strives to provide sound advice that employers can easily understand, identify with and implement. Her work is also supported by government agencies which assist employers in reducing their costs related to the development of sound human resources programs.