Great Lakes Sustainable Growth Forum Speaker Lineup

Master of Ceremonies

Catherine Clark, President, Catherine Clark Communications Inc.

Catherine Clark is a nationally respected broadcaster, emcee, and co-founder of The Honest Talk, an online media platform for women which includes a leading podcast featuring conversations with some of Canada’s most remarkable female leaders. Catherine is also the President of Catherine Clark Communications and Special Advisor to Syntax Strategic, providing communications counsel to individuals and corporations.

Keynote Speakers

Douglas Porter, CFA, Chief Economist and Managing Director, BMO Financial Group

Douglas Porter has over 30 years of experience analyzing global economies and financial markets. As Chief Economist at BMO Financial Group and author of the popular Talking Points, he oversees the macroeconomic and financial market forecasts and co-writes the firm’s weekly flagship publication, Focus. Mr. Porter manages the team that has won numerous forecasting awards. Most recently, Douglas led the team to a #1 ranking for Top U.S. Forecaster among 60 global firms in the 2023 Focus Economics Survey, and #1 for Top Canadian Inflation Forecaster among 28 firms. Also, his team took the #1 spot in the StarMine Awards for Most Accurate Forecasters for Canada in 2022.

His Excellency the Honourable Bob Rae, Canadian Ambassador to the United Nations

Bob Rae is the Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations in New York. Mr. Rae served as Premier of Ontario from 1990-1995, and interim Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada from 2011-2013. He was elected to federal and provincial parliaments 11 times between 1978 and 2013.

Mr. Rae received his Honours B.A. in Modern History from the University of Toronto, an M.Phil in Politics as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, and graduated from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law in 1977. He was named a Queen’s Counsel in 1984.

Martin Imbleau, President and CEO, VIA High Frequency Rail 

Martin Imbleau brings a wealth of experience in developing and implementing major infrastructure projects. Prior to joining VIA HFR – VIA TGF Inc., Martin was President and CEO of the Montreal Port Authority.

Previously, he was Vice-President of Corporate Strategies and Business Development at Hydro-Québec. He has also held senior vice-president positions at Énergir, where he was responsible for business development, renewable energy, community relations, corporate strategy and operations.

Joseph Barr, Director of Network Development East, Amtrak

Joseph Barr is the Director of Network Development-East for Amtrak, where he is responsible for coordinating and advancing network and service expansion projects throughout the eastern United States from Quebec to Florida. He is also leading Amtrak’s efforts to improve the immigration and customs inspection process for passenger trains crossing the USA-Canada border, as part of Amtrak’s overall program to improve and expand cross-border passenger rail services.

Fireside Speakers

Tom Clark, Consul General – New York, Canadian Government

Prior to being appointed Consul General in New York by Prime Minister Trudeau, Tom Clark served as Chair of Global Public Affairs, one of the largest public affairs and strategic communications firms in Canada. His private sector clients included senior executives in Canada and internationally who sought public policy and strategic communications advice on key business and investment decisions. He was a frequent speaker to business groups and associations across the country as well as a sought after advisor to governments, both in Canada and abroad.

Baxter Hunt, Consul General – Toronto, U.S. Government

Baxter Hunt, a career diplomat in the Senior Foreign Service, began serving as U.S. Consul General in Toronto in October 2023. He is delighted to be back in Canada following his posting at the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa from 2001 until 2004. His most recent overseas assignment was at the U.S. Embassy in Santiago, Chile, where he served as Chargé d’Affaires and Deputy Chief of Mission between 2017 and 2020. Mr. Hunt’s other postings include the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan; the U.S. Consulate General in Durban, South Africa; and at the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw, Poland.

Dinner Speakers

Lisa Frizzell, Vice-President of Communications, Nuclear Waste Management Organization

Lisa Frizzell is a Vice-President of Communications at Nuclear Waste Management Organization. Before joining the organization in 2012, Ms. Frizzell worked in communications for a number of corporate, academic and government organizations in Canada and the United States. Her focus is in strategic communications and she brings extensive experience as a communications leader, primarily in the energy sector.

Mike Shoreman, Motivational Speaker

Mike Shoreman is a distinguished keynote speaker, educator, author, film producer, and columnist. In 2022, he and his team made history as he became the first person to cross the five Great Lakes by paddleboard, leading one of Canada’s largest individual mental health awareness campaigns. His achievements and contribution to mental health education and promotion have been honored by the Ontario Legislative Assembly, the House of Commons, and the Prime Minister.

Plenary Panel Speakers

Eric Dixon, Vice President of Sustainability and Environmental Solutions, WM

As the largest environmental solutions company in North America, WM helps businesses waste less and operate more sustainably. Eric Dixon, Vice President of Sustainability and Environmental Solutions at WM, leads a team that strategizes with businesses and organizations across industries to identify, measure, address, manage and minimize the short- and long-term environmental impacts of their operations.

Adam Tindall-Schlicht, Administrator, Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation

Adam Tindall-Schlicht serves as the eleventh Administrator of the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation (GLS), an operating administration of the U.S. Department of Transportation. Appointed by President Joe Biden on November 6, 2022, Administrator Tindall-Schlicht oversees the federal corporation responsible for the operation and maintenance of the U.S. portion of the St. Lawrence Seaway between Montréal and Lake Erie.

Sandy Skees, Executive Vice President, Global Purpose and Impact, Porter Novelli

For over 30 years, she has worked with global brands including Visa, State Farm, General Mills, Abercrombie & Fitch, eBay, and Panasonic, start-ups, and scale-up companies to align their purpose, sustainability (ESG), and diversity, equity, inclusion (DEI) with compelling communications.

 Her work has focused on operationalizing purpose and sustainability to deliver growth and business imperatives progress across a wide range of departments, divisions and regions. She also specializes in understanding the changing drivers and behaviors of consumers at the intersection of brands and sustainable living.

Des Jones, Chief Strategy Officer, TBWA\ Group Canada

For the last 22 years, Des has been leading brand strategy in the UK, South Africa and now Canada, and has been a global strategic partner to the TBWA\Worldwide network, most notably in Asia, UAE, Africa, and Europe. He has extensive experience working across multiple business sectors including technology, CPG, retail, NGOs, finance, and telecommunications. 

Des’ unusual career path has armed him with a truly unique skill set. With a background in aeronautical engineering, education, strategic consulting and now, advertising, his strategic acumen is in high demand across the world.

Michelle Salim, Advanced Recycling Program Manager, ExxonMobil

Michelle joined ExxonMobil as a Chemical Engineer and has held a variety of technical and business roles over the last 25 years. Today, she leads external collaborations with municipalities, environmental organizations and industry partners to pilot models of plastic waste collection and sorting, including the Houston Recycling Collaboration.

RJ Steenstra, President and CEO, Ports Toronto

Roelof-Jan (RJ) Steenstra joined PortsToronto in September 2022. Previously President and CEO of the Fort McMurray Airport Authority in Alberta, Mr. Steenstra is an accomplished executive leader who is recognized for driving businesses forward in challenging economic conditions by making smart and dynamic decisions and leveraging revenue diversification and lean principles to propel organizational refocus and change.

R. Paul Herman, CEO and Founder, HIP Investor Ratings and Portfolios

R. Paul Herman, FSA, is an impact investor, investment advisor, and a rater of investments on impact, ESG, the UN SDGs, GHGs, and Climate to pursue positive impact and profit potential. Founded 18 years ago, HIP (Human Impact + Profit) Investor today produces and licenses 400,000 impact investment ratings of 14,000 global equities, 123,000 muni bonds, and 270,000 bond issuances, for investors, fund managers, families, foundations, and 401(k) plans.

Mark Stumpf, Chief Advisor, Projects – Americas, Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW)

Mark is on loan to the Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW) from ExxonMobil. In his current role he leads the team developing and implementing AEPW funded projects across the Americas. Previously, Mark was Vice-President, Chemicals and Refining for ExxonMobil’s affiliate in Saudi Arabia and prior to that, Manager, Chemicals for Imperial Oil, located in Calgary, Alberta, Canada where he was responsible for the Chemical business in Canada. He was also the chair of the board of the Chemistry Industry Association of Canada in 2015.

Ravinder Gill, Managing Director and Head of Sustainable Finance, RBC Commercial Banking Group

Ravinder is a purpose driven leader focused on reshaping the future. As the Managing Director and Head of Sustainable Finance for RBC’s Commercial Bank, Ravinder is responsible for integrating Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors into corporate debt solutions known as Sustainable Finance. She also spearheads client engagements focused on introducing ESG principles into business models to advance sustainable practices.

William Friedman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority

William D. Friedman became president and CEO of the Cleveland-Cuyahoga County Port Authority in June, 2010. Under Mr. Friedman’s leadership, the Port of Cleveland has experienced a resurgence in maritime trade and diversification of cargo types. In 2014, the Port launched the Cleveland-Europe Express service, introducing container liner shipping to the Great Lakes/St. Lawrence Seaway and solidifying Cleveland’s position as its leading international hub. The Port has also taken the lead to resolve long-standing waterfront infrastructure challenges under Mr. Friedman’s tenure.

Stephen Beatty, Vice President, Corporate, Toyota Canada Inc.

Stephen Beatty is Vice President and Corporate Secretary of Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI), based out of the head office in Toronto, Ontario. He is responsible for the company’s Administration, Corporate Strategy & Innovation, External Affairs, Information Services, and Legal teams. Prior to joining TCI in 1998 as National Manager, Government and Public Relations, Stephen worked for 10 years as Executive Director of the Canadian Apparel Manufacturers Institute and the Canadian Apparel Federation, the Ottawa-based national trade associations for the clothing industry in Canada.

Breakout Session Speakers

Alan Martinez, Senior Manager, Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability, Cornell University

Alan Martinez leads sustainable finance partnerships at the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability, where he brings his 20 years of global experience working in partnerships with financial institutions, investors, and philanthropy. His previous work includes leadership roles in fintech, financial services, impact investing, and consulting. Across more than forty countries, Alan has been at the forefront of pioneering financial products and programs that foster sustainability and bolster economic development.

Natalie Kinloch, Chief Executive Officer, Federal Bridge Corporation Limited

Ms. Natalie Kinloch is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of FBCL, a Canadian federal parent Crown corporation managing and overseeing four international bridge locations in Ontario (Sault Ste. Marie, Point Edward, Lansdowne and Cornwall). Combined this international bridge portfolio enables in excess of 9 million transits and $200B in trade annually. Ms. Kinloch was first appointed in 2019 to the role by Governor in Council on recommendation of the Minister of Transport and has in 2024 been renewed for a further five-year term.

Claude Griffin, Executive Director, United States Business Council for Sustainable Development

Claude Griffin is the Executive Director of the US Business Council for Sustainable Development (US BCSD), a globally recognized leader in sustainable development solutions, collaboration, and innovation. Current platforms focus on decarbonization, equity, water/ecosystem synergies, and material reuse in support of a circular economy. Among his goals as executive director, Claude is expanding upon the US BCSD’s strong social equity foundation.

Noelle Brigham, Director of ESG, A.O. Smith

Noelle is a licensed Professional Engineer with over 25 years of experience in Sustainability and Environmental Engineering in consumer products, manufacturing, and consulting industries.  She is currently the Director of ESG for the A. O. Smith Corporation where she is leading all aspects of ESG across the company, including global strategy development and implementation.  In her sustainability role at S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc., Noelle created global strategies and led international implementation plans for research, development and engineering for consumer product formulation and packaging.

Brian Bruce, President, Veolia North America, Municipal Water – Central Region

Brian Bruce is President for Veolia’s municipal projects and operations in the Central region of the U.S. He is responsible for managing and supporting operations, maintenance, and management (O&M) contracts for municipal water and wastewater systems.

Brian has more than three decades of industry experience, joining Veolia’s North American operations group in 2020. Prior to his current role, he was the Veolia General Manager for wastewater operations at the City of Richmond, California. He then served as Vice President for Veolia’s water and wastewater operations projects in the Gulf Coast region.

Anthony Eallonardo, Senior Technical Manager, Biodiversity and Ecology, Ramboll

Dr. Eallonardo is an ecologist leading multi-disciplinary projects addressing areas of ecological restoration, water quality and climate resilience. He has led ecological restoration, research and planning projects at Lake Michigan, Lake Erie, Niagara River, Lake Ontario, St. Lawrence River and the Hudson River. He led the development of New York State’s Comprehensive Invasive Species Management Plan and the development of New York’s first 12 Harmful Algal Bloom (HAB) Action plans which have set forth a range of prevention and control strategies for invasive species and HABs, respectively. 

Kurt Kornelsen, Director of Environment and Climate Change, Ontario Power Generation

Kurt C. Kornelsen is the Director of Environment and Climate Change at Ontario Power Generation. He has worked in and with the hydropower industry for almost a decade. Throughout this time Kurt has contributed to advancing practices in water resources, climate change, policy, planning, business development and research and development aligned with the organizational goals. 

In his current role, he is responsible for OPG integrated Climate Change Plan, the Environmental Management Systems, the interactions and the interaction of these programs with OPG’s broader Environment, Sustainability and Governance (ESG) framework.

Shoshannah Lenski, Associate Director of the Center for Sustainable Systems, University of Michigan School for Environment and Sustainability

Shoshannah Lenski is the Associate Director of the Center for Sustainable Systems (CSS) at the University of Michigan’s School for Environment and Sustainability (SEAS). For more than 30 years, CSS has pioneered systems science to accelerate real-world solutions to sustainability challenges across energy, transportation, the built environment, and food and water systems. CSS prides itself on collaborative work with stakeholders including industry, community groups, policymakers, and more. Shoshannah leads the Center’s engagement and outreach as well as Center operations.

Charl van Niekerk, CEO, Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority

Charl has a passion for leading teams and building communities through the delivery of infrastructure projects. Originally from South Africa with a background in engineering and business administration, he moved to Canada in 2014 to join Infrastructure Ontario. His first project was the delivery of the Rt Hon. Herb Gray parkway in Windsor, and since then he has been involved in 42 projects worth over $60 billion.

Elizabeth Sheppard, CPA, Manager ISC and Agriculture Strategy, McCain Foods

 Elizabeth Sheppard is an accomplished finance professional with experience in regenerative agriculture financing, internal audit, financial planning and analysis, and treasury. She has led the development of a first-of-its-kind financing partnership between McCain Foods and Farm Credit Canada and drove the execution of the McCain: McDonald’s Future of Potato Farming Fund. 

Laura Devoni, Director of Strategy, Corporate Affairs, and Sustainability, Algoma Steel Inc.

Laura has been with Algoma Steel Inc. for 19 years. She began her management career in Marketing then moving to Trade and Economics, then Government Affairs and Environment, which lead to her current position as Director of Strategy, Corporate Affairs and Sustainability.

James Nowlan, Executive Director, Environment and Climate, City of Toronto

James Nowlan is the Executive Director of Environment and Climate at the City of Toronto, where he oversees the team responsible for the development of corporate environment and climate policies, such as TransformTO, the City’s strategy to be net-zero by 2040, the Net-Zero Existing Buildings Strategy and the Electric Vehicle Strategy, working with many City of Divisions, agencies and external partners in the community. 

Birgit Matthiesen, Director, North American Manufacturing, ArentFox Schiff LLP

Birgit brings ArentFox Schiff a deep understanding of trade policy and its implications for the corporate sector. That insight can be read in her numerous articles and media interviews over the years but is truly demonstrated in corporate conference rooms across North America. In short, Birgit and her team untangle the tangle of US trade rules.

Alan Gilden, Vice President, Global Quality, Watts Water Technologies

Alan joined Watts in 2017 as Vice President, Global Quality, and has helped lead the transformation of the Watts Quality System ensuring that we as a team consistently deliver superior quality, service and value to our customers. Alan leads Environmental Sustainability at Watts from concept to the broad based and maturing program Watts has today.

Anthony Kane, President and CEO, Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure

Anthony Kane is President and CEO of the Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure in Washington, DC where he oversees the organization’s overall operations and leads the development of the Envision framework for sustainable infrastructure. He is also a commissioner on the Washington DC Commission on Climate Change and Resiliency. 

K.N. (Guna) Gunalan, Senior Vice President, AECOM

Kancheepuram. N. Gunalan (Guna) graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and master’s degree in Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering from the oldest engineering school in India namely College of Engineering, Guindy in Chennai, India. He obtained a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from Texas Tech University and started with a small geotechnical and material testing firm in Lubbock, Texas and moved on to managing the regional office of a national geotechnical/ environmental/ material testing firm in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Ashish Sharma, Climate and Urban Sustainability Lead, Discovery Partners Institute, University of Illinois System

Dr. Ashish Sharma is the Climate and Urban Sustainability Lead at the Discovery Partners Institute, University of Illinois System. He is a faculty in the Department of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He holds a joint appointment as a Climate Scientist at Argonne National Laboratory. He is the Director of the NSF-UKRI joint-funded Global Center on Clean Energy and Equitable Transportation Solutions (CLEETS). He is named to Crain’s Chicago Business’ 40 Under 40 class of 2023.

Dan Ujczo, Senior Counsel, Thompson Hine LLP

Dan is a senior counsel in Thompson Hine LLP’s International Trade and Transportation law practice groups. He provides end-to-end counsel across clients’ Canada-U.S., North American and global supply chains. This trade counsel includes customs classification and compliance, utilization of preferential trade agreements such as the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), tariff mitigation and exclusions, procurement issues such as Buy America/Buy American, and anti-dumping/countervailing duty issues.

Mike Williams, Manager, Conservation PRO, Ducks Unlimited Canada

Born and raised on the prairies of Manitoba, Mike is long-serving employee with Ducks Unlimited Canada (DUC). He began his career in northern Alberta in 1990 as the Area Biologist for the Grande Prairie office and remained there until 1997 when family and the allure of a warmer climate pushed him eastward.

Alexis Harley, Senior Vice President and Chief Risk and Resiliency Officer, New York Power Authority

Alexis sets the Power Authority’s strategic risk management and resilience vision and implements, oversees and monitors all risk management and resilience activities. She is responsible for determining NYPA’s risk tolerance and instituting associated strategic plans, including oversight of the Sustainability team, which is responsible for the development and implementation of NYPA’s Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategy.

Marta Leardi-Anderson, Executive Director, Cross Border Institute, University of Windsor

Ms. Leardi-Anderson has over 20 years of experience providing strategic policy and operational advice to the most senior levels of public and private sector organizations, leading large-scale projects and initiatives. As Executive Director of the Cross Border Institute, she provides expert operational and policy recommendations in the movement of goods, people and services between Canada and the U.S. From 2014 to 2018 she was Executive Vice President for P3 Procurement and Policy for the Gordie Howe International Bridge Project.

Scott MacKenzie, Director, Corporate and External Affairs, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc.

Scott MacKenzie, Director of Corporate & External Affairs is responsible for all External Affairs functions for Toyota’s Manufacturing and Sales operations across Canada, as well as several corporate functions specific to our manufacturing operations, including Strategic Planning and Corporate Governance. Prior to assuming this position, Mr. Mackenzie has held various positions in both technical and administrative roles across both companies.

Moderators

Roy Brouwer, Professor of Economics and Executive Director of the University of Waterloo’s Water Institute

Roy Brouwer joined the University of Waterloo in 2016. His research focuses on sustainable water management and circular economy of water. He is Editor-in-Chief of the journal Water Resources and Economics and member of the International Scientific Advisory Committee of the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences and the Socio-Economic Analysis Committee of the European Chemicals Agency in Helsinki.

Ryan Jeffrey, Senior Managing Director, Sustainability, gener8tor

Ryan Jeffery is an experienced entrepreneur, investor and advisor who helps leaders and organizations do their best work. With over 15 years of experience founding and building high-growth organizations, Ryan is now focused on supporting early-stage companies at the forefront of our climate and environmental crisis as the Senior Managing Director of Sustainability at gener8tor.

David Ceolin, Corporate Director and Partner, Innovation Grade Ventures

David founded Innovation Grade Ventures, a seed stage investment fund, focused on early stage companies. Previously, David was the founder of Digital Cement, a digital CRM company that was successfully acquired by a Fortune 500 company.  David is also the author of a best-selling book about entrepreneurship and growth (The Idea Guide: the step-by-step guide for planning and running your own business). 

Ilse Treurnicht, Managing Partner, TwinRiver Capital

Ilse Treurnicht’s career spans science, health and cleantech firms, innovation ecosystems,  venture capital and public policy.   She is an impact investor (TwinRiver Capital and North South Ventures), chair of the Public Policy Forum and a director of the Equality Fund and Zentek. Ilse served as CEO of MaRS Discovery District, and is an advisor to technology firms, governments, non-profits and international organizations.

Daniel Hoornweg, Associate Professor, Energy Systems Engineering, Ontario Tech University

Dan is an Associate Professor in Energy Systems Engineering at Ontario Tech University. For almost 20 years Dan was with the World Bank, including as Lead Advisor overseeing Sustainable Cities and Climate Change programs. Dan was the Chief Safety and Risk Officer for the Province of Ontario 2012-2020. Dan began his career in waste management working with City of Guelph and Region of Peel in Ontario and Government of Bermuda. He has worked with more than 400 governments on waste management and resource issues.

Mark Fisher, President and CEO, Council of the Great Lakes Region

Mark Fisher became the President and CEO of the Council of the Great Lakes Region (CGLR) in 2014, which comprises CGLR Canada, CGLR USA, the CGLR Foundation, and the CGLR Canada Foundation. Immediately prior to joining CGLR, he served as a foreign policy advisor in the Privy Council Office, which supports the Prime Minister of Canada and the federal Cabinet, where he focused on advancing Canada’s interests in North America and the Asia-Pacific region.

Jordan Sinclair, Vice President, Strategy, ALUS

Jordan leads ALUS’ ecosystem services quantification and carbon quantification and credit issuance workplan. She is the former Vice President of Data Insights at Deveron, where she developed methodologies for field scale research which empowered farmers to utilize their own data to inform more efficient and sustainable management decisions. Prior to her work at Deveron, Jordan spent several years in academia doing research and modeling various ecological systems.

Rumina Dhalla, Board Chair, UN Global Compact Network Canada

Rumina Dhalla, MBA, PhD is an Associate Professor in the Gordon S. Lang School of Business and Economics and the Founding Director of the Institute for Sustainable Commerce at the University of Guelph. She is also a Special Advisor with the United Nations Institute for Teaching and Research (UNITAR).

David Paterson, Ontario’s Representative in Washington DC

David Paterson is Ontario’s Representative in Washington co-located at the Embassy of Canada to the United States in Washington, D.C. During his 30 years in business, he served as the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and served on the boards of the Canadian American Business Council, the Ontario Chamber of Commerce, The Canadian Vehicle Manufacturers Association and the Canadian Journalism Foundation.

Xavier Delgado, Research Associate, Canada Institute

Xavier Delgado is a Research Associate at the Canada Institute. Having previously worked for the Embassy of Canada and for a political office in his hometown Vancouver, British Columbia, he frequently writes and comments on issues concerning national security, North American economic integration, and bilateral innovation.

David Lapp, Associate, Climate Risk Institute

David is a professional engineer who graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Geological Engineering from the University of Toronto in 1978. Following a career of nearly 20 years in consulting engineering, David joined Engineers Canada in 1997 and for the next 23 years he assumed a variety of roles in international affairs, engineering qualifications and international affairs, co-authoring several national and international practice guidelines related to sustainability, environmental stewardship and climate change.

Jane Humphreys, Founder, Beyond Borders Policy Consulting

Jane is a policy consultant skilled in sustainable growth strategies for North American trade, security, and transportation. Before moving to Canada, Jane was a senior analyst at the U.S. Federal Reserve, where she focused on financial services regulation and subprime foreclosures. Throughout ten years as an Economic Specialist at the U.S. Consulate in Toronto, she helped devise and implement frameworks for the safe and efficient cross-border movement of people, goods, services, and capital.

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