“I’ve seen Patricia from both sides: as a reader of her material and as one researched and interviewed by her inquisitive and tough questions.
“She combines the best of journalism. She is professionally trained, and it shows. She has done her research. She knows more about her interviewee than they suspect. She loves finding what makes a person tick. She really does.
“Over the years I’ve followed her journey I’m deeply impressed by her love of the story, her great facility with words and her fearless courage to get at the truth.” – Brian C. Stiller, Global Ambassador, World Evangelical Alliance
“I hired Patricia on a regular basis for freelance writing and editing. Her research was impeccable, her writing strong, she always delivered on time, and she was great to work with. She was audience-focussed and brought added value to all of the projects she worked on.” – Marla Konrad, Chief of Staff, World Vision Canada
“Patricia Paddey listens carefully, researches diligently and writes clearly. As an editor, it’s easy to have confidence in the reports and articles she submits.” – Doug Koop, Editorial Director, ChristianWeek (1987 – 2012)
“I worked with Patricia for three years as the associate producer and reporter for Listen Up TV. She is a strong multi-platform writer and experienced television producer. Patricia has an innate sense of ‘story’ and her standard of excellence for detail is unmatched. As senior producer for a national, weekly television newsmagazine, she inspired the team with fresh ideas and gripping programming. Her next employer is sure to be impressed by her dedication and work ethic and will consider her an invaluable asset to the team.” – Rikki Ratliff, Associate Producer, Listen Up TV (2007 – 2011)
“Patricia demonstrated above average ability to communicate effectively with the various personnel as she worked with staff both at the National Office in Toronto and across the nation in the sixteen Districts that comprise the Canadian Bible Society. Patricia conducts herself in a professional and caring way to the media and to the public. She is a woman of integrity and foresight, dedicated to her profession to present the highest quality of journalism in a fresh, engaging manner that reflects fairly the various interests of the parties she represents.” – Dr. Phyllis Nesbitt, National Director, The Canadian Bible Society (2004 – 2007)