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A professor of International Business and Strategy at the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa, and co-director of the Telfer Business Analytics and Performance management area, Dr Calof combines research and consulting in competitive intelligence, technical foresight and business analytics to help organizations develop key insights on their competitive environment.
Global Affairs
The Canadian Global Affairs Institute is Canada’s most credible source of expertise on global affairs. The work of their researchers, fellows and advisors sparks impassioned nation-wide discussions and debates that are designed to help Canadians better understand their role on the world stage. Established in 2000 and based in Calgary and Ottawa, the Canadian Global Affairs Institute is a registered charity, which comments repeatedly in the media and publishes extensively on defence, diplomacy, trade and development.
Sean Cann-Sheppard is a 3rd year student of the Journalism: Online, Print and Broadcast program at Loyalist College. He has a strong passion for military and security journalism, with a particular interest in military aviation. Sean is currently an intern journalist for Frontline Magazine.
Ken Chadder
Colonel Ken Chadder started his military career as a Combat Engineer. He held many command positions, and was selected as the Commandant of the Canadian Forces School of Military Engineering in 2001. He later became Director Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Defence at National Defence Headquarters in Ottawa, and was invested as an Officer of the Order of Military Merit in 2007. He became the first Commanding Officer of the newly named Canadian Forces Warfare Centre in June 2010. After retiring from the CAF, he became a Business Development Consultant at Hexagon Safety & Infrastructure.
Jacqueline Chartier is a freelance writer and journalist. She earned a BA in English Lit. from the University of Calgary. Her academic credentials also include graduation from the Mount Royal College journalism school. She has always maintained a keen interest in Canadian military history and current affairs. Born into a military family, her early childhood was spent on the airbase at Cold Lake, Alberta. Jacqueline’s feature articles and photojournalism have appeared in such publications as FrontLine SAR, FrontLine Defence, Esprit de Corps, Airforce magazine, Alberta Museums Review and the Globe and Mail.
Garry Clement has 34 years of policing experience, having worked in roles as the National Director for the RCMP’s Proceeds of Crime Program, as well as an investigator and undercover operator throughout Canada. In January 2016 the CEO of Barbripa appointed Garry as a Senior Advisor to the Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists, and appointed as Executive Vice President in April. Garry has worked in the AML arena since 1983 and was a pioneer of the RCMP’s proceeds of crime program. Since 1997 he has worked as a consultant with a focus on financial crime and independent money laundering reviews.
Security and Technology
Richard Cohen is president of RSC Strategic Connections, based in Ottawa. He has special expertise in counter-terrorism and national security policy development. Over the years, he has advised many of the new European democracies on the development of national security and defence strategies. He is helping to establish a Strategic Research Institute for the Serbia and Montenegro Ministry of Defence. He advises on public safety technology market development and is active in public-private sector national security collaboration for the Conference Board of Canada. He lectures widely and has published numerous articles on national and international security issues.
IT Engineering
Doug Cooke has worked in the Canadian IT vendor community for more than 25 years. He joined McAfee in 1996 where his prime role has been assisting Canada’s largest organization in protecting its computing assets. As the Director of Sales Engineering for Intel Security Canada, Doug manages all technical aspects for the Intel Security Canada management team. Doug holds a Bachelor Degree in Computing Science from University of Toronto.
Biomechanics, R&D
As the president and CEO of ITAC, the Information Technology Association of Canada, Bernard Courtois is an outspoken advocate for the deployment of information and communications technology tools to improve business productivity and to achieve our societal and public policy goals. A lawyer with over 30 years experience in the telecommunications sector, Mr. Courtois served in a variety of executive roles with Bell Canada, including those of Chief Regulatory Officer and Chief Strategy Officer. Prior to that, he practiced law in Montreal and Ottawa serving a wide range of clients in telecommunications and other regulated industries.
BGen (ret)
National Security & Intell
After a 35 year military career that culminated in leading a NATO strategic military intelligence staff in Mons, Belgium from 1998-2001, Brigadier General (ret) Jim Cox has since pursued advanced national security and defence intelligence studies at the Royal Military College of Canada, where he is currently a PhD candidate in War Studies. Prior to becoming associated with FrontLine magazines, he was the Executive Secretary of the Canadian Association for Security and Intelligence Studies (CASIS).