Jari Sundholm's passion is for business and teaching has continued for the past 20 plus years. Whether he is in a boardroom, or a classroom his approach is to act as a mentor/consultant/coach to his students, clients and co-workers.
His vast and varied experience has seen him excel, gaining expertise and a unique perspective in the business world.
International business, corporate finance, economics, and operations management are topics and skills that he has have developed through successful private sector work experiences.
That also experience includes:
• Ten years of experience teaching at various college and post secondary institutes, both in Canada and Europe.
• Proactive and innovative client focus has resulted in numerous teaching awards.
• Responsible for development and implementation of various blended learning and student exchange formats, internationally.
• Excel within highly competitive environments where leadership skills are the keys to success.
Industry Expertise (6)
International Trade and Development
Areas of Expertise (3)
Alberta Provincial Innovation Recognition Award (professional)
Each year Albertans are awarded and recognized for outstanding performance and achievements.
Instructional Excellence Award Teacher of the Year (professional)
Lethbridge Community College
University of Western Ontario: Hon, BA, Physical Education 1982
Helsinki School of Economics/University of Washington: MBA, International MBA 1991
Lethbridge Community College: Diploma, Teaching Certificate 2002
Media Appearances (2)
TrackMan a new way to enjoy golf and improve
Sudbury Star print
There's another option in town for local duffers eager to get a game of golf in before the snow finally fades from our chilly clime. And it can improve your game in leaps and bounds at the same time. Discount Golf in Sudbury has purchased and set up a pair of TrackMan devices, advanced golf simulators that allow users to either play a round at one of 71 different courses programmed into the unit, or use it to break down their swing with a mind-boggling amount of information. One of the two units can even be used outdoors on the driving range, where it can track a ball's flight for up to 400 yards. The TrackMan, which is used by professional golfers the world over, uses Doppler radar, designed by the military, to track the ball and the club to give the user a mind-blowing amount of information that can be used to improve a golfer's swing or enjoy a realistic game of golf when the weather isn't cooperating.
Freezing faculty, students, and staff take the Polar Plunge
Cambrian College online
On Saturday March 5, a brave band of Cambrian College students, staff, and faculty participated in the annual Polar Plunge for Special OIympics Ontario, hosted by the Greater Sudbury Police Service. The annual event challenges participants to jump into the freezing waters of Ramsey Lake, and to raise awareness and funds for athletes and families involved with Special Olympics Ontario. Drew Howard, who is a student at Cambrian, collected $350 and was one of the top individual fundraisers. One of the most successful group fundraisers was the Cambrian College team, which included Marc Dupras, Pierrette Paxy, Jessica Guenard-Valiquette and Jari Sundholm. Police foundations students Sara-Marie Sampson, Haley Sullivan and Samantha Taranto also took the plunge and raised a considerable amount for Special Olympics Ontario.