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Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC), Study Abroad Consultant
Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant (RCIC) – # R514121
Masters of Science in Consultancy Management
Member of Institutes of Management Consultant (IMCI)
Chitra Bhatia is a Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultant based in Metro Vancouver, BC. She immigrated to Canada in 2011, starting her journey in Halifax, Nova Scotia and moving to Vancouver in 2015. Chitra is a strategic leader and consultant with over 20 years of global experience in the areas of business and operations, strategic planning, marketing and consulting. Originally from Delhi, India, she graduated with a Master’s of Science (M.S.) in Consultancy Management from BITS Pilani.
Before immigrating to Canada, she was working as a Vice President for Sanako Oy, a Finnish company, during which time she helped them establish their business in India. Previous to working with Sanako Oy, Chitra was a Business Head for Hughes Global Education, managing their business and operations. Hughes Global Education is a premier interactive onsite learning through satellite based education and training service initiative by Hughes Networks Systems, spread across 155 classrooms in 75 cities. During her tenure with Hughes, she provided guidance and oversight for the business, marketing, admissions and delivery of programs executed through more than 10 universities, colleges and technical institutes.
It is Chitra’s determination and drive to succeed that pushed her to apply for Canadian Immigration, even after being refused twice due to changes in rules. She worked hard to find a job before she moved to Halifax, and ended up working with a Canadian College as a Regional Director for Marketing and Admissions. She strongly believes that success in life comes when you simply refuse to give up, with the goals so strong that obstacles, failure and loss only act as motivation.
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