MEET OUR CANINFRA CHALLENGE IDEAS CONTEST JUDGES

 
 
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George Stalk

Mr. Stalk is a Senior Advisor and Fellow at BCG, and an Adjunct Professor of Strategic Management at the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto.

Previously, Mr. Stalk served as a Senior Partner and managing Director at BCG. Mr. Stalk is regarded as one of the world's top strategy consultants, having conceived strategy concepts such as "time-based competition". His books and articles continue to be required readings in business schools.


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Douglas Buchanan, Q.C. 

Mr. Buchanan is a lawyer and is Co-Head of Global Infrastructure and Project Finance Group at Debevoise & Plimpton LLP in New York.

Prior to moving to New York five years ago, he practiced law in Canada  at Davis LLP (now DLA Piper (Canada)) for 29 years. He has been involved in the development of the “modern” Canadian P3 and infrastructure market since its inception in 1999 when he acted for the lenders on the Highway 407 project; and he is now actively involved in the development of the U.S. P3 market. He is considered one of the leading infrastructure lawyers in North America


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Drew Fagan

Mr. Fagan has his own consulting company focused on public policy, including working with clients such as the Canada Infrastructure Bank. He also is a senior fellow at the University of Toronto and the Public Policy Forum.

Previously, Mr. Fagan spent 12 years in executive roles within the Governments of Ontario and Canada including four years as Deputy Minister of Infrastructure overseeing Ontario's long-term infrastructure plan.


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Robert Steiner

Mr. Steiner is Director of the Fellowships in Global Journalism at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto.

Previously, Mr. Steiner served as Group Vice President in charge of Strategic Planning for Bell Globemedia and Assistant Vice President of the University of Toronto in charge of Strategic Communications. Mr. Steiner was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize and won two Overseas Press Club awards.