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MLB All-Star & Canadian Baseball Hall Of Famer And Athlete Mentor Paul Quantrill Joins Horizon Leader Group.

By February 2, 2021No Comments

Horizon Leader Group (HLG), the world’s first, “From Locker Room to Board Room” leadership development agency.

HLG is excited to announce that another trailblazing athlete has joined its Managing Member Team! Paul Quantrill, also known as ‘Q,’ played 14 years in the MLB; 6 years with the Toronto Blue Jays, winning a 2001 All Star Award. He also pitched for the Boston Red Sox, Philadelphia Phillies, Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees, San Diego Padres and Florida Marlins.

Paul serves as a mentor, a role model, and a brand ambassador for HLG’s game-changing services, and plays an integral part in helping HLG execute its strategic vision of helping athletes be more than athletes.

Over the last 15 years, Paul has played and coached for Baseball Canada several times, winning Pan Am Gold in 2015, He has also been the Special Assistant to the organization for Toronto Blue Jays for the last 10 years where he has focused on leadership skills, organizational culture and team development. He is involved in Blue Jays strategic planning, mentoring program and player enrichment initiatives, and is present at the Blue Jays Rookie Development Program annually.

“Paul brings his 30-years of major league baseball experience to Horizon’s Leader Groups (HLG) as a world-class MLB athlete and a member of Canada’s Baseball Hall of Fame,” said Joe Jackman, HLG’s Managing Partner. “In addition, he is a renowned and respected leadership coach, a mentor to many in the game, and beyond.”

Paul will work closely with HLG’s leadership management team of Jackman, Stephen Caldwell, Head of Athlete Relations, Debbie Miller, General Manager, Max Dawson, Head of Recruitment Services, Margo Malowney, Head of Strategy and Purpose, and Kirsty Dunne, Director of Community.

“I’m thrilled to be joining HLG and embrace the opportunity to be part of a team motivated by the growth, enrichment and ultimate success of athletes,” said Quantrill. “The sharing of experiences, both our successes and failures, is instrumental to obtaining greatness – both in sport and more importantly in life.”