Maggie Matear

  Dr. Maggie Matear has twenty years of business management and training experience in both private and public sectors. As Director of Sustainability and Strategy, Maggie helps clients with strategic planning, organizational development, and corporate sustainability. An award-winning public speaker and trainer, she has delivered a wide range of educational and professional development programs at college, university and executive levels.She holds degrees in science and education, an MBA, and a PhD in management from Queen’s University. She currently teaches courses in Sustainability and Management for Ethical Decision Making at Athabasca University’s Executive MBA program. Maggie has also been a Visiting Fellow at the Queen’s International Study Centre in the UK, and an Adjunct Professor of Strategic Planning at Algoma University. She has published articles in the Journal of Business Research, Academy of Management Perspectives, and the Journal of Consumer Research.



Education and Qualifications

PhD (Marketing and Strategy)

MBA – Master’s Degree in Business Administration (Environment and Strategy)

B.Sc – Bachelor of Science (Biology)

B.Ed – Bachelor of Education

CMC – Certified Management Consultant

CPM – Post-graduate Certification in Project Management



Industry Sectors: Small Business, Government, Non-profit, Mining

Consulting Expertise: Strategic Development, Corporate Social Responsibility, Sustainability


Selected Public Service

Maggie is currently Vice Chair of the Timmins and District Hospital Board and chairs the Ontario Parks Board. In the past, she has served as an Executive member on the Boards of the Timmins Economic Development Corporation, the Timmins Chamber of Commerce, the Venture Centre Community Futures Development Corporation, and the local chapter of Toastmasters. She was a member of the Provincial Knowledge Based Economy Steering Committee for Industry Canada, and a long-time volunteer for the Timmins Humane Society. She has served on the Queen’s University’s Monieson Centre for Knowledge Management Research Funding Committee, and is a reviewer for several academic conferences and journals.


Why choose Clearlogic?


We provide an independent and honest perspective.


We don’t just give you opinions. Our recommendations are based on extensive research and in-depth analysis.


We have exceptional credentials in management, public administration, education and project management. We’ve worked for (and in) government, non-profits and private sector firms across Canada; our experience helps us understand your unique needs.



The research Clearlogic did for us helped us prepare for successful negotiations with important rights holders in our area. – Dumas Mining

They have an excellent understanding of the challenges of non-profit organizations, and they helped us move from an unsustainable financial position to one that is profitable and thriving. –Timmins YMCA

I would not hesitate to recommend Clearlogic to assist you with change management implementation and human resource services. – City of Kenora

This company has consistently exceeded my expectations in terms of its communication, performance and project management. – The City of Timmins

Our Board and the staff here have been consistently impressed with the outcomes of their work. –Community Living Temiskaming South