Michael Demone, UE

Michael Demone, UE



I have experience in automotive, telecommunications, academic, publishing, film, television, performing arts, media, politics, science and innovation, and finance.

My concept was recognized as furthering cultural and ecological awareness in Canada

As a young adult I was involved with performing arts, working with the CBC, the Canadian Film Centre, and several stage production companies. I studied voice under Henrietta Ash and Ian Garrett of the Canadian Academy of Vocal Music, and method acting with Miriam Laurence, a student of Lee Strasberg and the Actor’s Studio in New York City. My highlights of this time include winning an Award of Excellence for Direction for Ten Ways to Abuse an Old Woman, a play about elder abuse and my work with the Canadian Film Centre and the CBC.

I was fortunate to see parts of the world at time when they were still remote deep in the interior of the Amazon Rainforest. Panama, Colombia, and Brazil.

am a researcher by nature and have worked with several prominent at the Munk School of Global Affairs. I have been a delegate with the Canadian Centre for the Study of Processes of Governmenr in Canada, contributing to international policy dialogue.

In my personal life I study the history of the Middle Ages, philosophy, art, design, typography, and everything political.

I’m a member of the Vagabond II racing crew out of the Bronte Harbour Yacht Club.