Professional Information
Mary Ann
My Next IT Course
Education, Honors & Awards
University of Toronto
Bachelor of Physical and Health Education- University of Toronto, 1984
Personal Information
Test Management Forum
Marathon Runner; Cyclist; Travel; spending time with family and friends
Married with one son who is named Boston (after the Boston Marathon)
More than 25 years
Mary Ann Schatteman, President of My Next IT Course, is a senior IT professional with over 25 years experience in application development specializing in quality assurance and testing within large enterprise organizations spanning a variety of industries: banking, finance, insurance and telecommunications. Mary Ann has worked for TD Bank, CIBC Insurance, CIBC Bank, Canadian Depository for Securities, Bell Canada, and Amdocs Canada and has held positions, such as Test Analyst, Test Manager, Program Test Manager, Sr. IT Manager, Acting AVP and Director. Mary Ann is a graduate of the University of Toronto and is affiliated with Test Management Forum. She is currently working to launch a new start-up to offer IT focused units of learning through online, one hour interactive and instructor-led courses. My Next IT Course promotes factual fast learning. Mary Ann is proud of her new endeavor and hopes to connect with other professional women from the US and Canada. An avid marathon runner, Mary Ann has ran the Boston Marathon twice and consequently has named her son Boston. She is a proud and loving mother who enjoys running, cycling, and spending time with her family and friends.
Forbes Magazine; Training Indestry Magazine
International Business Relations; Executive Business Management; Executive Office Management; Information Technology; Team Building; Program Managmenet; Project Development; Quality Assurance Management
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