Therese Goulet

Therese “Tag” Goulet, Academic Director and President of the College, has more than 25 years of teaching and instructional design experience. Tag developed and taught courses for the University of Calgary, Canada, where she was a top-rated instructor in the management certificates program. She has also taught, trained, and spoken in public to hundreds of thousands of people in dozens of cities.

An expert on careers and entrepreneurship, Tag is co-founder of FabJob Inc. Her career articles have been read by millions of people worldwide at websites such as AOL, CNN, and Microsoft’s MSN, and have appeared in newspapers and online through CareerBuilder in the United States, Sun Media in Canada, and Metro News in Europe.

Online she has been interviewed as a career and business expert for stories published at web sites of CBS Marketwatch, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, and Yahoo! among others, and her career advice has been featured in media from ABC to Oprah’s newsletter.

The author of Recipe for Success, a CD-ROM on goal-achieving distributed in 65 countries, she is a contributor to dozens of books including USA Today best-sellers, FabJob guides, and Why I Teach: Inspirational True Stories from Teachers Who Make a Difference (published by a division of Random House).

Therese ‘Tag’ Goulet is a member of several professional associations including Association for Continuing Higher Education, IAPO International Association of Professional Organizations (she is IAPO’s Director), and International Council for Open and Distance Education.

An indigenous person, Tag is a registered Métis Canadian, and her company has published several books on Métis history written by her parents George and Terry Goulet. Tag enjoys working out with weights, wine tasting, and learning new things.