- Appointed May 2019.
- Previously served as executive vice president for FPInnovations, the world’s largest not-for-profit forestry sector research organisation, where he led R&D operations and staff at three campuses.
- Also led change programs to improve interdisciplinary collaboration and to drive innovation, including creating a pan-Canadian bioeconomy academic network, project concepts for digitisation of the natural resources sector, and putting in place investment strategies for bio-based product opportunities.
- Previously general manager of sustainable design at NZ’s forestry-focused Crown Research Institute, Scion.
- Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia and University of Toronto.
CareerChina-Canada Bioenergy Centre (C-CBC)
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