Who We Are
We are a dedicated team of professionals that help you convert learning content into realistic one-on-one practice conversations, creating well-honed skills for practical business success. We offer our services in several languages, across every time zone and for every level of your organization. Our team continues to grow, below are some of the players.
Meet The Team
Cam is the Co-President of e-roleplay Inc. and the Co-Founder of Anderson Sabourin Consulting Inc (ASCI). He is interested in identifying and improving the ROI on training dollars invested through telephone roleplay. He specializes in assisting our clients with corporate fit to enhance the performance of people in their world of work.
Randy is the Co-President of e-roleplay Inc. and the Co-Founder of Anderson Sabourin Consulting Inc (ASCI). He assists organizations in sustaining their learning and development investments through a combination of practice and behavioral awareness. His focus is on how individuals and teams perform under pressure.
Vice President Client Experience
Amy Sellors has been with e-roleplay since it began in 2000. Now the VP of Client Experience, Amy is passionate about effective communication and meaningful coaching. Outside of e-roleplay, she has worked as a professional actor and singer for over 20 years.
Project Manager Operations and Logistics
Brenda heads our Clients Operations and has experience in investment management and marketing. Brenda lived in Taipei, Taiwan for 2 years working as an ESL teacher and learning coordinator. She has been a part of e-Roleplay since 2013.
Project and Learning Manager
Jason joined e-roleplay in 2004 and is currently the Project and Learning Manager, as well as an active roleplayer, coach, trainer and course writer. He also worked for many years as a live theatre actor, with a particular focus on Shakespeare.
Bob has been part of the e-roleplay team since 2002 as a roleplayer, coach, learning designer and facilitator. He also has an on-going 30-year career as an actor in theatre, film and television.
Rebecca is a roleplayer, coach, course writer and orientation leader at e-roleplay. She brings a 20-year history in counselling, facilitation and teaching effective communication skills. Rebecca is an avid cyclist, cat lover and actor.
Laura Kyswaty has been with e-roleplay since 2000 and works as a course writer, trainer and coach. She achieved her BFA at York University and also graduated from the Second City Conservatory Program. Laura moonlights at international film festivals, including TIFF and Sundance.
Sarah joined e-roleplay in 2001, and is a roleplayer, coach, facilitator and learning designer. She merges expertise in workplace communication with knowledge of organizational change, diversity and equity principles and holds a master’s degree in Adult Education. She’s passionate about experiential learning that empowers individuals to communicate with authenticity and confidence.
Julie Reitzel has been with e-roleplay since it began in 2000, and currently works as a course writer and trainer. Her background in improvisational theatre (Commedia dell'Arte) has provided her with a solid foundation for the work she now does designing training solutions which focus on the communication skills necessary for success in business.
Aviva has been with e-roleplay since 2004 as a roleplayer. She has been named one of Toronto’s Top Ten Theatre Artists and Best Producer of Works in Progress by NOW Magazine. She is also the founder and Artistic Director of The Lab Cab Festival.
Caroline has been with e-roleplay since it began in 2000. Having worked for many corporate training outfits, Caroline believes that e-roleplay is the hallmark of experiential training. She has designations in HR and Adult Learning, and teaches performance and playwriting.
Françoise is an Honours graduate from Ryerson Theatre School and has performed many theatre, film and television roles. She has been a bilingual roleplayer at e-roleplay for over a decade and is proud to be able to provide meaningful experiential coaching to participants.
Fiona Carver has been working with e-roleplay since its launch. She's passionate about helping people develop their skills and feels blessed to do so with such a reputable company. Fiona has also worked as an actor and is a real estate agent.
Carmen has worked with e-roleplay as a bilingual roleplayer since 2000. She believes that roleplaying provides participants with a fun and effective method to help them hone their skills. Carmen also shoots and edits videos.
Elva Mai has worked with e-roleplay since 2001. She is an actor, a voice specialist, a workshop leader and course designer, an E.S.L. instructor with a specialty in pronunciation, and a corporate trainer.
Marcia Johnson was hired as a roleplayer in 2000. The flexibility and creativity of the work make it the longest "day job" she has ever had. Outside e-roleplay, Marcia is an actor, playwright and librettist. She also works as an acting coach and playwriting teacher.
Pam Johnson has been with e-roleplay for 10 years. She also is a certified Life Coach and a yoga instructor. Pam offers a creative approach to helping others live their most meaningful life.
Geoff has been a member of the e-roleplay team since 2004. Outside of e-roleplay, Geoff continues to pursue an acting career. He also blends his love of acting and coaching in his work as a private acting teacher.
Amélie has been a bilingual coach, roleplayer and trainer with e-roleplay since 2001. She facilitates better conversations in business relationships by providing effective communication tools. Amélie is also a singer-songwriter.
Carolyne has been working for e-Roleplay since 2004. She notes that "It's a wonderful environment to work in and it's great to see that the coaching we do matters to our clients." Carolyne is also an actress and has been working in TV, film and theatre for over 15 years.
Elizabeth has been a coach with e-roleplay since 2004. She is also an actor, costume designer, writer, copyeditor, landlord and entrepreneur.
Jane enjoys her work with e-roleplay, particularly when a participant shares the positive impact her coaching has had on them. When not at e-roleplay, Jane continues her pursuits as an actor, singer and composer.
Melina has worked at e-roleplay for 10 years as a bilingual trainer, coach and roleplayer. She leverages her adult education training to build trust and credibility with participants. When not coaching, Melina performs across Canada in a play about Brain Injury, with the hope of bringing awareness to the challenges survivors face.
As a graduate of the BFA Theatre Program, University of Windsor, and the Adult Learning Teaching and Training Program, George Brown College, Mark combines his love of acting and experiential learning in his work at e-roleplay. He is also a member of Ruckus Ensemble.
Musical theatre writer and director Vincent de Tourdonnet’s historical musicals have been produced across Canada, including Pélagie at CanStage/NAC. Having worked with e-roleplay since 2008, Vincent also facilitates across Canada with Plays That Work in both French and English.
Jeff wanted to be Elvis when he grew up. That didn't work out. So he focused his energy on acting. A classically trained actor, Jeff is a graduate of the prestigious Birminham Conservatory with the Stratford Festival. When not in front of the camera, he is part of e-roleplay's corporate coaching team.
Michael has been a bilingual roleplayer at e-roleplay since 2002. Michael really enjoys helping learners overcome anxiety and find value in deliberate practice. He has worked as a singer and actor for over 25 years. Michael has also taught First Aid and CPR for nearly 30 years.