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Deborah Cohen

Deborah CohenDeborah Cohen is an accomplished professional with over 25 years experience in developing strong, effective organizations, projects and programs. Her expertise is in defining, shaping and building initiatives into dynamic, vital and workable services. She brings a breadth of knowledge and practical experience in leadership and strategic policy development, training and operations, accessibility and inclusion, development and execution of pragmatic research. Deborah's experience cuts across business, government and the not-for-profit sectors.

Deborah has developed, lead, and strengthened diverse initiatives. Her broad experience includes: running a $100M job training and placement program; stewarding the incorporation of a disability arts organization and festival growing its annual events to international acclaim; developing and leading social and health policy initiatives, directing a training and placement organization for building operations personnel and property management companies; and coordinating the strategic framework and operational structures for digital product expansion at major educational publisher of text-books for students with diverse learning needs.

Deborah has proven the ability to make the complex, simple and effective; the ordinary, dynamic, engaging and interesting. Deborah’s collaborative approach garners commitment to fresh approaches, ideas and to workable change.


Lorna Rosenstein

Lorna RosensteinLorna Rosenstein is a skilled and passionate executive, business and leadership consultant and coach whose expertise is bringing together disparate ideas and making things happen. Lorna is an acknowledged business and community leader and mentor with over 25 years executive and senior management experience in the high tech industry within Canada and the United States. As President of Lotus Development Canada she was responsible for all aspects of the Canadian subsidiary including sales, marketing, channel development, distribution, finance, and customer service.

Lorna has a strong belief in giving back to the community that translates into an on-going involvement with business and not-for-profit organizations. Lorna is actively involved on the Board of Directors and governance committees of numerous organizations including Foundation Fighting Blindness, Canada, Family Service Toronto, is as a member of the Management Committee of Retina International and is Co-Founder and Founding Chair of Gilda’s Club of Greater Toronto. Lorna also has been an active participant in a range of committees including TD’s External Advisory Committee and has held Board positions with United Way, the Toronto Board of Trade, the Information Technology Association of Canada (ITAC), and Intasys Corporation.


PSN also works with, and draws upon, a diverse network of associates to ensure we bring the necessary knowledge, skills and expertise to meeting your needs.