Biography

 

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

I left Xerox to work for FEI. I had outgrown my role and was looking for new challenges.

As a young adult I was involved with performing arts, working with the CBC, the Canadian Film Centre, and several stage production companies.

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.

I am active in my professional associations, including the International Association of Business Communicators, the Canadian Public Relations Society, the Canadian Internet Registration Authority.

I am also a member of NGen - Canada’s Advanced Manufacturing Supercluster and serve as Volunteer Advisor, Government Relations at the RIC Centre, located at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada in Mississauga, Ontario.

In my personal life I study the history of the Middle Ages, philosophy, art, design, typography, and Canadian and international politics. I’m a member of the Vagabond II racing crew out of the Bronte Harbour Yacht Club.