Sue's experience includes leading global manufacturing projects, managing retail and supplier technology initiatives, as well as implementing provincially-mandated supply chain changes in healthcare and post-secondary tuition changes in education.
Finding opportunities to connect people and work smarter, together, motivates Sue in her work, home and community life. Sue's free time is spent with her family, and she also enjoys volunteering and occasionally teaching college-level business courses.
He represented Canada at meetings hosted by major international organizations such as the OECD, the UNESCO, the Summit of the Americas, the OAS, the APEC and the G13 Carnegie Group on Science, Technology and Innovation. He organized many international ministerial-level delegations and events. In addition, he has a strong experience in Canadian federal-provincial relations, in particular in areas related to international education, adult learning, science and innovation.
He also contributed to the establishment and management of several grant programs designed to foster academic partnerships between Canadian scholars and institutions of higher education and their international counterparts (e.g., Canada-United States Fulbright Program).
Originally from the Montreal region, Richard is a graduate of the universities of Sherbrooke (B.A.) and Ottawa (M.A.). He is an alumnus of the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program. He speaks French, English and Spanish.