Leadership Transitions at ACHIEVE

After a thoughtful and intentional process, ACHIEVE Centre for Leadership is happy to announce the following leadership transitions.

Eric Stutzman, who has been working in the role of Managing Director, has been appointed to the role of Chief Executive Officer. In this role, he will provide support for ACHIEVE’s leadership team and actively manage our day-to-day operations. Eric is a caring and insightful leader who believes that building authentic relationships is the best way to lead people effectively. Read his full bio here.


“I’m thrilled to take on this challenge with such a committed and brilliant team of colleagues to work with, and to build on the incredible array of strengths contained within this organization.”


As a result of this appointment, Wendy Loewen, who has been working as the Director of Training, will now be the Managing Director of ACHIEVE. In this role, she will provide leadership in managing ACHIEVE staff and trainers and developing workshop materials. Wendy is a thoughtful and empowering leader who believes in the importance of listening to the needs and aspirations of people, and then facilitating the next step in their development. Read her full bio here.


“I am grateful to contribute to the work of ACHIEVE in this new capacity and excited to see what our future holds.”


After founding ACHIEVE and managing the day-to-day operations in the role of CEO, Randy Grieser has transitioned to the role of Chief Vision Officer. He will now dedicate his energies more broadly to projects that support our vision of creating workplaces where people like to work, particularly through his role in overseeing the book projects of ACHIEVE Publishing. Randy will work closely with the leadership team of ACHIEVE to ensure our purpose and vision remain at the centre of all that we do. Read his full bio here.


“I’m excited to explore other opportunities for ACHIEVE, and I’m confident in the abilities of our leadership team to continue and strengthen the work of our organization.”