Advisors


PANTONIUM
Paul Buck
Manager – Transit Services
City of Belleville

Paul Buck

Manager – Transit Services
City of Belleville

Paul has more than 20 years’ experience in Transit Operations in both the Municipal and Private sector. He has worked on many transit projects including Bus Rapid Transit launches, Mobile Fare Payment, New Facilities start-ups and CAD/AVL launches. In September 2018 Belleville Transit teamed up with Pantonium Inc. to launch a conventional transit on demand program that has gone on to be a resounding success. In November 2019 Belleville Transit and Pantonium were awarded the Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA) Corporate Leadership Award for Innovation in Transit for the On-Demand Project.


STASH ENERGY
Bob Chown
Founder
Ecoseeker

Bob Chown

Founder
Ecoseeker

Bob has a background in both management consulting and in carbon emissions reduction in the residential sector. Early in his career he co-founded an operations improvement consulting business which was later acquired by Poyry LLC, a global engineering and consulting company, where Bob served as Vice President of North America for several years. More recently Bob’s focus has been on carbon emissions reduction in the residential sector, and has included consulting with utilities and property developers and leading a startup focused on electrification and energy management.


STORMFISHER
Bryce Cronkite-Ratcliff
Senior Engineer
Google

Bryce Cronkite-Ratcliff

Senior Engineer
Google

Bryce Cronkite-Ratcliff is a Senior Engineer at Google passionate about scalable technological solutions to environmental problems. His work at the intersection of sustainability and tech has included cloud-based solutions for supply chain & logistics enterprises, carbon offsets, and work on the early stage moonshot at X that created Google’s Food for Good team. He is currently part of Area 120, Google’s in-house experimental projects incubator.


STASH ENERGY
Ron Dizy (Co-Lead)
Co-Founder and Managing Director
Red Jar Capital

Ron Dizy

Co-Founder and Managing Director
Red Jar Capital

Ron is a co-Founder and Managing Director at Red Jar Capital with over 25 years of experience as both an operator and an investor in the technology and advanced energy sectors. Leading day to day operations and the investment process at Red Jar, Ron is focused on helping turn great investment decisions into amazing companies.


STORMFISHER
Scott Dodd
Director, Business Development
Enbridge Gas

Scott Dodd

Director, Business Development
Enbridge Gas

Scott Dodd was appointed Director of Business Development in October 2016. He and his team are responsible for identifying new business opportunities in Enbridge Gas Inc.’s service territory.

From 2011 to 2016 Scott was the Senior Project Director, Major Projects, responsible for planning and executing major construction projects for Enbridge and its affiliates. Scott has provided Project leadership for over $4 billion of projects including over 1,500 MW of wind and solar projects and over 400 km of gas and electrical transmission projects.

Scott has been a Chartered Financial Analyst since 2000. He has an MBA from the University of Western Ontario and a BA in Economics and Honours Business also from the University of Western Ontario.


BRAINBOX AI
Sean Drygas
Global Lead, ESG & Impact
Colliers

Sean Drygas

Global Lead, ESG & Impact
Colliers

As Global Lead, ESG & Impact at Colliers International, Sean works with real estate executives across Colliers’ footprint of 68 countries to determine its ESG strategy, measure and report on results, and drive commercial opportunities in the area of sustainability. Prior to joining Colliers, Sean was VP Strategy, Sustainability, Marketing and Sales at Spark Power, and President of its Bullfrog Power subsidiary, driving commercial solutions in renewable energy, energy storage, carbon offsets and related areas. He previously held strategy and business development roles at Maple Leaf Foods and Canada Bread. Sean obtained an Honours Business Administration degree from the Ivey School at Western University and was the gold medalist in the MBA program at the Schulich School of Business.


BRAINBOX AI
Katie Dunphy
Executive Director, ESG Advisory Leader
KPMG

Katie Dunphy

Executive Director, ESG Advisory Leader
KPMG

Katie is a senior member of KPMG’s Sustainability and Impact Services team and since joining the firm in 2007, has helped to build a national client service practice which is embedded across Audit, Tax and Advisory groups. She has worked in both our Madrid and Toronto offices during her tenure.

Her work has included design and implementation of ESG and Climate strategy, policy and governance. Katie works with a diverse client industry array including institutional investors, banking and insurance, mining, telecommunications, and real estate and has led a number of ground-breaking, multi-year projects. Her experience includes ESG due diligence, climate-related risk and opportunity assessment and integration in investment processes, and she has worked on behalf of several large global companies in completing social compliance audits and implementation of industry standard frameworks to address ESG risks.

Katie holds a Commerce degree from Dalhousie University, an International Master of Sustainable Development from the Escuela de Organizacion Industrial (EOI), Spain, and has recently completed the Competent Boards certificate program.


EFFENCO
Mike Elwood
EVP Business Development
Elocity

Mike Elwood

EVP Business Development
Elocity

Mike is an EVP at Elocity where he is responsible for business development and building out the brand to a global market. Mike is a true pioneer in the EV world having spent the last 20 years in the industry building and advocating for the shift to electric drive worldwide. Mike was the Vice President of Marketing for Azure Dynamics and he co-Founded Electric Mobility Canada where he was Chairman from 2005 – 2012. Mike led the team which researched and wrote Canada’s Electric Vehicle Technology Roadmap he delivered it to the Government of Canada in 2009. Mike added perspective and value to many other countries EV technology roadmaps allowing him to build a global network and become a trusted voice and advisor in the EV world. Over the last decade Mike has consulted to many businesses in the EVSE space from hardware to software companies when the paths of Elocity and Mike crossed, this intersection is something both parties see as a clear opportunity to build an electrification ecosystem globally.


CARBON ENGINEERING
Brandon Everhardt
Managing Director and Head, Environmental and Energy Trading
RBC Capital Markets

Brandon Everhardt

Managing Director and Head, Environmental and Energy Trading
RBC Capital Markets

Brandon Everhardt currently serves as Managing Director and Head of Environmental and Energy Trading at RBC Capital Markets, based in Toronto.

In driving the successful expansion of the business, Brandon is passionate about embracing innovate ways within RBC to serve clients, while supporting a sustainable economy of the future.

Prior to joining RBC Capital Markets in 2008, Brandon developed his trading expertise in both the hedge fund and utilities space, after beginning his career with Deloitte in Washington, D.C.

Brandon holds a Bachelor of Science in Commerce from Washington and Lee University and enjoys coaching youth soccer within the Toronto community.


FLASH FOREST
Melissa Felder (Lead)
Principal
Melissa Felder & Associates

Melissa Felder

Principal
Melissa Felder & Associates

 


PEAK POWER
Jo Flatt
Vice President, Corporate Planning & Sustainability
Allied REIT

Jo Flatt

Vice President, Corporate Planning & Sustainability
Allied REIT

Jo is Vice President, Corporate Planning & Sustainability at Allied REIT. Jo supports the advancement of environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance and alignment across the business. She also oversees external brand management and annual strategic planning. Prior to joining Allied, Jo held a senior position at Evergreen, working with municipalities across Canada to create more sustainable and inclusive communities. She led the City of London’s Urban Agriculture Strategy, the legalization of laneway housing in Toronto, and a nation-wide program on smart cities. Jo is also an instructor at the University of Toronto, where she teaches how to influence government from outside. She also sits on the Board of STEPS Public Art. In 2018 she was awarded Canada’s Clean50, Emerging Leader category and was a 2019-2020 Action Canada Fellow.


PEAK POWER
Amit Garg
Senior Director, Global Workplace Experience and Sustainability COE
Corporate Real Estate, RBC

Amit Garg

Senior Director, Global Workplace Experience and Sustainability COE
Corporate Real Estate, RBC

Amit has 20+ years of experience in Corporate Real Estate having worked for a number of large organizations from IBM and Loblaws to now at RBC. As a Global Workplace Experience and Sustainability leader at RBC, Amit is responsible for the execution and maturity of FM services and sustainability across the globe. A strategic thinker with proven expertise in developing and implementing new programs and initiatives, Amit is focused on driving strong financial results by optimizing operations and managing change in the organization. Amit has a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Schulich School of Business.


EXTRACT ENERGY
Bruce Johnson
Executive Vice President Martinrea Innovation Development
Martinrea International

Bruce Johnson

Executive Vice President Martinrea Innovation Development
Martinrea International

Martinrea International is a diversified and global automotive supplier engaged in the design, development, and manufacturing of highly engineered, value-added Lightweight Structures and Propulsion Systems. At Martinrea, Bruce leads Martinrea Innovation Development (MiND) dedicated towards incubating, developing, and funding both internal and external innovative technologies. Before leading MiND, for nearly 15 years at Martinrea Bruce has held increasingly progressive roles and was most recently EVP of the Lightweight Structures Group.

Before joining Martinrea, for 10 years Bruce was President and COO of autoparts maker Van Rob. Prior to this, Bruce spent the first 15 years of his career at AGS Automotive, holding a number of technical, operational, and administrative positions ranging from Manufacturing Engineering to Group President.

Bruce holds an MBA from the Ivey Business School, and a Bachelor of Engineering Science from Western University.


CARBON ENGINEERING
Stacy Kauk
Director, Sustainability Fund
Shopify

Stacy Kauk

Director, Sustainability Fund
Shopify

Stacy Kauk, P.Eng. is the Director of Shopify’s Sustainability Fund and joined in January 2020. She also serves on the advisory board of the Carbon Management Research Initiative (CaMRI) at Columbia University. Prior to joining Shopify, Stacy was head of the Ozone Layer Protection Program at Environment and Climate Change Canada. Previously, Stacy worked on several chemicals management regulatory initiatives and represented Canada as a member of delegations for the Stockholm Convention and Montreal Protocol.

Stacy began her career as a practicing engineer designing environmental protection measures and pollution prevention controls for a variety of industry sectors. She has worked for the City of Ottawa, Morrison Hershfield, and Golder Associates. Stacy holds a Bachelor of Engineering and Masters in Public Administration from Carleton University.


PEAK POWER
Farrah Khimji
Founder and CEO
Futura Funds

Farrah Khimji

Founder and CEO
Futura Funds

As the Founder of Futura Funds, Farrah works with both technology start-ups and corporate clients to develop strategies and next practices on how best to integrate technology and innovation into the commercial real estate industry using a collaborative approach. Having worked in the industry in an investment, development and finance capacity for 15 years to now working closely with innovative technology companies, Farrah believes that technology and innovation will be instrumental in the industry’s ability to continue to drive growth and unlock value from its assets. She also understands the importance of diversity when it comes to innovation for the built world and how diversity of thought, background, ethnicity, age, and gender are so integral in building bright, inclusive, and prosperous communities globally.


PEAK POWER
Nathaniel Lowbeer-Lewis
VP, Canada
Spring Lane Capital

Nathaniel Lowbeer-Lewis

VP, Canada
Spring Lane Capital

At Spring Lane, a sustainability focused private equity group, Nathaniel is responsible for origination, due diligence, structuring and execution of investments across the energy, water, waste, mobility, and food sectors.

Before joining Spring Lane, Nathaniel worked with CPCS, an infrastructure consulting group, where he co-managed their infrastructure development unit. At CPCS, Nathaniel developed infrastructure projects and advised public and private clients with a focus on renewable energy, distributed infrastructure and emerging markets.

Nathaniel holds an MBA from Cambridge University, an MA from Carleton University’s Norman Patterson School of International Affairs and BA from McGill University. He lives in Montreal with his family where he also sits on the investment committee of the Climate Fund of Greater Montreal.


EXTRACT ENERGY
Norio Matsunaga
Senior Vice President, Representative of Power Solution Group
Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas)

Norio Matsunaga

Senior Vice President, Representative of Power Solution Group
Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas)

Norio Matsunaga oversees the entire North American operations of the power businesses of Mitsubishi Corporation, ranging from renewable power generations to trading to retailing. Prior to the current position, he served as the first CEO of Mitsubishi’s power retail subsidiary in Japan when Japan’s electricity retail market was fully liberalized. His C-level experience includes a representative director of an energy consulting JV between Mitsubishi and Tokyo Electric Power Co. where various energy saving techniques and practices are implemented. He led a carbon emission reduction team to develop and manage 71 UN-registered projects worldwide under Kyoto Protocol. He earned an MBA degree from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.


FLASH FOREST
Margo Morrison
Director of Conservation
Nature Conservancy of Canada – Atlantic Region

Margo Morrison

Director of Conservation
Nature Conservancy of Canada – Atlantic Region

Margo Morrison is the Director of Conservation for the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) Atlantic Region. She oversees the strategic direction of the conservation department which includes planning, protection and stewardship of significant landscapes across New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Margo grew up in Ottawa but came to Canada’s east coast to attend university, where she graduated from the University of New Brunswick with a degree in Forestry and Environmental Management with a minor in Geographic Information Systems. She has a passion for using technology to support conservation outcomes. Margo is a registered professional forester in the province of New Brunswick. Her favourite thing to do outside of work hours is spending her summers at the family cottage along beautiful Wolastoq River, with her husband and two daughters.


STORMFISHER
David Pasieka (Co-Lead)
Managing Director
Cedarvue

David Pasieka

Managing Director
Cedarvue

 


PANTONIUM
Mitch Stambler
Head of Strategy and Planning (Retired)
Toronto Transit Commission

Mitch Stambler

Head of Strategy and Planning (Retired)
Toronto Transit Commission

Mitch Stambler worked for 35 years in the Operations and Planning areas of the Toronto Transit Commission – twenty-two of them as Head of Planning and Strategy. He oversaw a number of landmark projects for the TTC, including the Ridership Growth Strategy, the Toronto Light Rail Plan, Automated Fare Collection, Transit Plan for the 2015 Pan Am Games, Accessibility Plan for the TTC, and various environmental assessment, business case, and transit technology reports. He has Masters Degrees in Transportation Planning and Business Administration, and has held positions in the International Union of Public Transport (UITP), Canadian Urban Transit Association, Institute of Transportation Engineers, American Public Transportation Association, and Canadian Institute of Planners.


CARBON ENGINEERING
Julie Strilesky
Manager, Sustainability
HSBC Canada

Julie Strilesky

Manager, Sustainability
HSBC Canad

Julie spent nearly a decade in the public service with the BC and Ontario governments working on sustainable policy development related to land, water and waste, as well as climate change. This was followed by three years managing sustainable operations at lululemon. She then managed government relations and sustainability for a clean technology startup, and provided consulting services prior to her role at HSBC. She studied Politics and English at Queen’s University, and completed her Masters in International Development at the London School of Economics. In her spare time, she supports refugee and climate causes, and enjoys writing, teaching yoga, road cycling and hiking.


BRAINBOX AI
Mike Abramsky (Co-Lead)
Executive In Residence
MaRS Discovery District

Mike Abramsky

Executive In Residence
MaRS Discovery District

Mike has been CEO of two vertical enterprise software companies, including Argus Software, the solutions market leader to the global Commercial Real Estate industry. Mike was also a top-ranked Wall St Technology Analyst for RBC Capital Markets for a decade, covering Apple, RIM (Blackberry) and Enterprise Software. Mike is currently advising tech companies and investors as a ‘Growth Barrier Breakthrough’ leader, helping unlock value, refine go-to-market, and break through growth barriers to achieve scale. Mike has an MBA from Harvard (’91) and an MS/BS from MIT (’83). He also has certifications from MIT in Artificial Intelligence (2018) and Blockchain (2019).


STORMFISHER
Aisha Bukhari (Co-Lead)
Senior Manager, Cleantech
MaRS Discovery District

Aisha Bukhari

Senior Manager, Cleantech
MaRS Discovery District

Aisha Bukhari is the Senior Manager leading the Energy Systems Practice for the Advanced Energy Centre at MaRS.

Aisha is passionate about clean energy, innovation, and social justice. She spent the formative part of her career at Toronto Hydro where she worked in both engineering and business development roles. In her engineering role, she led development of smart grid solutions for the distribution grid. In her business development role, she worked on the mergers and acquisitions portfolio. Aisha is co-founder of an edtech startup, Attollo Social Enterprise. She also serves as an executive board member and director for Women in Renewable Energy (WiRE), a non-profit organization aimed at advancing the role and recognition of women in the energy sector.

Aisha holds a bachelors degree in electrical engineering from the University of Toronto, a master’s degree in electric power engineering from the University of Waterloo and an MBA from Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.


STASH ENERGY
Jon Dogterom (Co-Lead)
Senior Vice President, Venture Services
MaRS Discovery District

Jon Dogterom

Senior Vice President, Venture Services
MaRS Discovery District

Jon Dogterom leads venture services at MaRS, assisting innovative Ontario-based companies in growing their businesses. He is also part of the management board of the Advanced Energy Centre, a public-private partnership that was co-founded and is hosted by MaRS with a focus on innovative domestic energy programs and strengthening international relationships to drive exports, and a member of the Ontario Smart Grid Forum. Jon has an extensive background in early-stage and high-growth alternative energy companies. Prior to joining MaRS, he led business development for Hydrogenics Corporation, where he focused on strategic partnerships, product development, and sales and marketing. He was also involved in the introduction and launch of the company’s fuel cell and hydrogen generation divisions. Jon also previously worked with The Pembina Institute, leading corporate-consulting services on low-impact renewable energy and energy policy. In 1997 he co-founded Sustainable Energy Technologies, a leading Canadian provider of power electronics for the solar power industry. Jon has degrees in civil environmental engineering from Queen’s University and in marketing and product management from the MIT Sloan School of Management.


PEAK POWER
Dennis Ensing (Lead)
Executive In Residence, Momentum
MaRS Discovery District

Dennis Ensing

Executive In Residence, Momentum
MaRS Discovery District

Dennis is an experienced C-suite executive, who has led and implemented short term and strategic plans for companies ranging from startups to $50 million high growth organizations. Most recently, Dennis was CEO of TransGaming Inc., now FinDev Inc. (TSX-V: FDI), a leading digital media company in the cloud-based game market which he helped start and take public.

In the past 10 years alone he has been involved in over $150 million of financing and M&A transactions — an activity he continues today as a Partner with DCF Capital Partners​. He is also a CEO member of AceTech Ontario and currently serves as the CEO of The Southwestern Ontario Angel Group.

Dennis is a Chartered Professional Accountant and Chartered Business Valuator and holds a BBA from Wilfrid Laurier University.


OPUS ONE SOLUTIONS
Kathleen Gnocato (Lead)
Senior Director, Corporate Innovation
MaRS Discovery District

Kathleen Gnocato

Senior Director, Corporate Innovation
MaRS Discovery District

Kathleen Gnocato is the Senior Director of MaRS Corporate Innovation. She leads a team focused on creating meaningful, sustainable economic relationships between Canadian ventures and medium-large corporates.

Kathleen has a BAH from Queen’s University and a Master’s of Global Affairs from the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. For the past 7 years, her work focused on accelerating the adoption of innovative technologies and business models in the cleantech sector, working closely with energy utilities in Canada, the US, Europe, Asia, and South America.

Kathleen’s work now spans the cleantech, enterprise, fintech, and health sectors. She is passionate about addressing the world’s most complex problems with innovation and positioning Canada as a leader in the innovation economy.


EXTRACT ENERGY
Tyler Hamilton (Lead)
Director, Cleantech, Ecosystem & Capital
MaRS Discovery District

Tyler Hamilton

Director, Cleantech, Ecosystem & Capital
MaRS Discovery District

Tyler is program lead for the Mission from MaRS: Climate Impact Challenge, and has been a cleantech and climate thought leader since 2005. Previously, he was a national reporter, columnist and editor writing about the intersection of business, technology and sustainability (Toronto Star, The Globe and Mail, Corporate Knights). In 2011, he authored Mad Like Tesla, which examined the various barriers to clean energy innovation and the landscape of some potentially world-changing technologies. A recipient of the Cleantech Group’s “Pioneer” award for his early writings on the sector, Tyler was also recognized in 2016 on Canada’s “Clean50” list for his thought leadership. Today, Tyler is focused on building a network of investors, innovation organizations and government agencies that can help Canadian cleantech ventures raise capital and scale globally. He also sits on the boards of the Ontario Clean Technology Industry Association and the Energy Transformation Network of Ontario.


CARBON ENGINEERING
Jane Kearns (Co-Lead)
VP Growth Services, Venture Services
MaRS Discovery District

Jane Kearns

VP Growth Services, Venture Services
MaRS Discovery District

Jane is a recognized leader in sustainable innovation and has extensive experience growing successful companies at the intersection of business and sustainability. She co-founded, grew and profitably sold a renewable energy company, and leverages over 20 years of experience in venture capital, cleantech and sustainability to help build businesses that matter. Jane is a co-founder of the CanadaCleantech Alliance, sits on the board of Clear Blue Technologies International (TSXV: CBLU), is an advisory board member for StandUp Ventures and Amplify Ventures, and is a member of the Expert Panel on Clean Growth for the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices. She is a Cleantech and Energy faculty member at Singularity University, and holds an MBA from Columbia University.


PANTONIUM
Chris Makris (Co-Lead)
Senior Associate, Convening & Facilitation
MaRS Discovery District

Chris Makris

Senior Associate, Convening & Facilitation
MaRS Discovery District

 


EFFENCO
Ian McCarter (Co-Lead)
Senior Manager, Business Development, Cleantech
MaRS Discovery District

Ian McCarter

Senior Manager, Business Development, Cleantech
MaRS Discovery District

Born and raised in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Ian is passionate about helping cleantech innovators create a better world. He’s focused on building relationships with climate-economy partners globally to support Canadian innovation. For Mission from MaRS, Ian is focused on building corporate and government partner support, from sponsorship opportunities to active coalition participation, helping remove barriers and accelerating technology adoption. Ian holds a bachelor degree in marketing from the University of Ottawa and an MBA from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University.


CARBON ENGINEERING
Alex Ryan (Co-Lead)
SVP Partner Solutions
MaRS Discover District

Alex Ryan

Senior Vice President, Partner Solutions
MaRS Discovery District

Alex Ryan leads partner solutions at MaRS, helping government and corporate partners accelerate the adoption of innovation in their organizations, markets and cities. He oversees teams that are helping decarbonize electricity grids, design inclusive smart cities, improve community health and well-being, employ thousands of NEET youth, strengthen the impact investing market, and grow Canada’s innovation economy. His writing on smart cities, data governance, policy innovation, social innovation, systemic design, and complex systems science has been published by the World Economic Forum, Fast Company, Axios, Stanford Social Innovation Review, and Complexity.
Alex is also co-founder of Alberta CoLab, the first provincial government innovation lab in Canada. He is an executive-in-residence at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management. And as a consultant with Booz Allen Hamilton, Alex previously helped introduce operational and strategic design into the U.S. Army, and established strategic design capabilities for U.S. Strategic Command, U.S. Special Operations Command, and U.S. Cyber Command. He serves on several advisory boards, including Participatory City and Energy Futures Lab. His dissertation in applied mathematics advanced a multidisciplinary approach to complex systems design.


PANTONIUM
Sasha Sud (Co-Lead)
Director, Smart Cities
MaRS Discovery District

Sasha Sud

Director, Smart Cities
MaRS Discovery District

Sasha is director of smart cities with MaRS Partnerships. This includes working closely with industry and government professionals, major user groups, civil society and academics to address key transportation sector challenges around congestion, GHG emissions, access and equity. Sasha helps catalyze the adoption of innovative mobility solutions in the sector. These efforts are currently focused on stakeholder engagement, iterative prototyping, business model development and market capacity development to support innovative transportation solutions in Ontario and Canada.

Sasha is also engaged with the Advanced Energy Centre, where he advises and leads some of their Building Energy Efficiency and Energy Data Access programs. Sasha is an active member on the Board of Directors of the Green Button Alliance that oversees the evolution of the standard. Sasha also led the adoption of the Green Button utility data standard in Ontario, where he steered engagements with energy stakeholders, facilitated technical standard review, and managed pilot deployments and business case development. His work resulted in government expansion of Green Button adoption in Ontario to include natural gas and water data.

Prior to joining MaRS, Sasha led the design and delivery of Ontario’s smart-grid-enabled conservation and demand response programs at the Ontario Power Authority (now IESO). He completed his masters in environmental change and management with a distinction from the University of Oxford.


BRAINBOX AI
Jason Sukhram (Co-Lead)
Director, Impact Measurement and Management
MaRS Discovery District

Jason Sukhram

Director, Impact Measurement and Management
MaRS Discovery District

Jason leads the Mission from MaRS GHG emission reduction potential quantification process with Rho AI and CRANE. He advises clients across sectors on how to develop strategies to either deploy or attract capital in the impact investing market. He’s also leading the MaRS efforts to help ventures and partners develop impact measurement and management strategies to optimize their performance while improving social and environmental outcomes. Prior to joining MaRS, Jason worked in international development, building and financing social enterprises with the Clinton Foundation while living in Colombia and New York. He has a bachelor of science and MBA from the University of Toronto.