Richard Denys Walter
  • Richard Denys Walter

  • Lecturer
  • Ext: 5193

Richard has over 15 years of teaching experience primarily in the areas of marketing, innovation and entrepreneurship. He has taught courses at the undergraduate and post-graduate levels in the UAE and Canada. He has also facilitated corporate training programs in both the UAE, Germany and Canada. Richard has extensive industry experience. He has held positions in the Canadian pharmaceutical industry as a nationwide marketing manager, and in the educational sector as the owner and operator of a post-secondary educational institution. Richard holds an undergraduate degree in Biology and Environmental Studies as well as an MBA in marketing.

  • M.B.A. (Marketing) Baker College, MI, U.S.A. 2008
  • B.E.S. (Bio/Environmental Studies) University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada 1985
  • Lecturer of Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Ajman University, Since August 2021
  • Associate Director, Sprott Shaw College, B.C. Canada January 2021-August 2021
  • Business Instructor, Sprott Shaw College B.C. Canada August 2019-January 2021
  • Business Instructor, Gastown Business College, B.C. Canada August 2018-August 2019
  • Director, Terra Nova Institute, B.C. Canada December 2017-Present
  • Instructor of Entrepreneurship, UAEU, CBE, United Arab Emirates January 2012 -August 2016
  • Business Faculty, Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE September 2009-January 2012
  • English Faculty, Higher Colleges of Technology, CERT, United Arab Emirates, Sept. 2005-August 2009
  • Executive Vice President, Elias Miock, UAE, September 2003- August 2005
  • General Manager, ESL International , Canada, March 1997-September 2003
  • Product Manager, Roche, Canada January 1989-December 1984
  • Sales Representative, Roche, Canada August 1985-December 1989
Teaching Area
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Ajman University
  • Digital Marketing, Sprott Shaw College
  • Business English- GBC, Canada
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship, UAEU
  • Marketing, Finance and Entrepreneurship, HCT