- BA/96 , BA/93
Richard Stanton co-founded neuroLanguage, a leading developer of innovative English language communication technologies, with fellow Carleton alumnus Rene Faucher. Stanton is responsible for strategic high-level corporate development strategies and participates in business development activities and product strategy.
Named one of the Forty Under 40 by the Ottawa Business Journal in 2007, Stanton has more than 15 years experience working in organizations involved in education and technology, including AutoSkill International, Carleton University and the Speakers’ Office for the Canadian House of Commons.
In addition to his two degrees from Carleton, Stanton holds an executive certificate in product strategy from the Sloan School of Management. He is an organizer and judge for the Wes Nicol Business Competition and is a former student member of Carleton’s Board of Governors.Stanton was president of the Carleton University Students Association in 1994-95 and president of the Rideau River Residence Association in 1990-91.