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Wednesday, November 13 • 2:30pm - 3:45pm
A Winning Formula for Building Regional Innovation Capacity: Skills, Research and Collaboration / Une formule gagnante pour renforcer la capacité d'innovation régionale : compétences, recherche et collaboration

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Panel Organized by: Colleges and Institutes Canada | National Alliance of Provincial Health Research Organizations / Collèges et instituts Canada | L'alliance canadienne des organismes provinciaux de la recherche en santé  

Canada needs to balance its recent investments in skills and innovation to ensure they work together to build the research capacity and job skills needed today, and yet prepare us as a nation for the innovation challenges we will face tomorrow. This panel will present various approaches to building regional research and innovation capacity through collaborations between government programs, research funding agencies, industry associations and post- secondary education institutions. The audience will be engaged by facilitator-led small group discussions to shed light on the innovation capacity building challenges identified by the participants either in their community or sector of expertise.


Moderators
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Jeffrey Crelinsten

CEO, Research Money Inc.
Jeffrey Crelinsten is CEO of Research Money Inc. and publisher of RE$EARCH MONEY. He is also President and CEO of The Impact Group, a consultancy he co-founded in 1987, specializing in science, technology and innovation policy, communications and education. Jeffrey has been studying... Read More →

Speakers
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Pamela Gray

Vice President of Project Development, BioTalent Canada
Pamela Gray is the Director of Project Development with BioTalent Canada where she is responsible for development and delivery its programs including the Student Work Integrated Learning Program. After graduating with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Environmental Science... Read More →
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Diane Burt

Associate Vice President, Research and Program Innovation, New Brunswick Community College
Dr. Diane Burt is both an educator and educational leader. She has experience in the non-profit, for-profit and public sectors, but she has spent most of her career in post-secondary education. She taught for several years before taking on progressively more senior leadership roles... Read More →
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Kevin Holmes

Managing Director, Social Innovation Lab, Algonquin College
Kevin is the Managing Director, Social Innovation Lab at Algonquian College, in Ottawa, Canada. He is passionate about community and leveraging the significant public trust held within our post-secondary institutions towards the greater public good. Established in the summer of 2018... Read More →
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Christina Weise

Chief Executive Officer, Research Manitoba
Christina Weise is the Chief Executive Officer of Research Manitoba. She has a Master's degree in public administration from the University of Manitoba. Christina has more than 20 years of experience developing and implementing public policy in the areas of research and innovation... Read More →


Wednesday November 13, 2019 2:30pm - 3:45pm
Governor General II

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