After a brilliant career as a senior federal finance official and bank chief economist, in which he has been a force in shaping and interpreting the modern Canadian economy, Don Drummond, the former senior federal civil servant and Chief Economist at the TD Bank, is now the Matthews Fellow and Visiting Scholar in the School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University.
David Dodge is currently the chancellor of Queen’s University, and a former economics instructor at Queen’s University, John Hopkins University, the University of British Columbia and Simon Fraser University.
He is a member of the Board of Directors for Canadian Utilities Limited, the C.D. Howe Institute, and the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.
David Ticoll has been Executive Director of the Canadian Coalition for Tomorrow’s Information & Communication Techonology Skills since 2008. Founded in 2007 by Bell Canada, the CCICT is an industry-led, multi-stakeholder initiative. Its mission is to ensure that Canadian organizations can hire information and communications technology professionals with the knowledge, skills and talents to meet the evolving and diverse needs of this field.
Following his undergraduate degree in Australia and his doctorate in economics from Harvard University, Professor Foot’s research involved economic projections. Subsequently, he focused on Canada’s declining population growth and associated population aging as one of the fundamental and often neglected determinants of the challenges to economic performance and policy. His research has resulted in contributions to a variety of specific fields such as marketing, human resource planning, corporate organization, housing, health, education, recreation and leisure, financial planning, unemployment, migration, government expenditures, policy and intergovernmental relations.
Bob Urichuck is a catalyst for constant improvement and a cultivator of human potential. His purpose is to inspire, educate and empower people and organizations to significantly increase their performance capability while constantly improving the quality of their lives and the lives of others with whom they come in contact.
Ann Medina grew up in New York City. She studied philosophy at Wellesley College, Harvard University and the University of Edinburgh before getting her M.A. in philosophy from the University of Chicago.
Medina began her television career in Chicago, later becoming a Network Producer for NBC News, and then a Network Correspondent and Producer for ABC News. While at ABC, she produced documentaries for its network Close-Up series.
Angela Mondou is a marketing executive and leadership expert whose unconventional career has taken her from worldwide military operations to top-ranked high-tech companies.
While working for NATO in West Germany in 1992, Angela successfully led the global logistics strategy to deploy the largest United Nations Peacekeeping contingent [UNPROFOR] in history into former Yugoslavia while under fire.