Military & Strategic Sector Liaison, Royal Roads University

Shelley Langille

Shelley has worked with Royal Roads University since 1998; first managing the technical diploma programs and later moving on to director and liaison roles in executive education and business development.

Shelley spent 15 years in the technology sector working for Crowntek/GE Capital TMS and SHL/GP Learning Technologies. She has a proven track record in project management, human resource management, business planning, change management, relationship development, and being a champion of women in technology. Recognized with performance and merit awards for her work in the technology and education sectors and the recipient of the inaugural Digital Eve Victoria Award for supporting and promoting women in the fields of new media and information technology, Shelley demonstrates acumen in the areas of business development, negotiations, management, and strategic planning.

Always looking for ways to give back and support community, Shelley helped create the Digital Eve Victoria Girl’s Mentor Program, has been involved with the United Way of Greater Victoria in various capacities since the late 80s (member of the UWGV Impact Council and recipient of the 2012 Leadership Chair Spirit Award) and has volunteer and board work experience with the St John’s Ambulance Dog Therapy Program (volunteer), Canadian Information Processing Society (committee director), Capital Families Association (board director and vice-chair), and Victoria Tall Ships Society (board director).