Maya Watson

Research & Policy Analyst

Maya Watson is a Research and Policy Analyst at the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC). Prior to joining ICTC, Maya worked at the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute in Toronto, supporting studies on healthcare technology; at the European Cyclists’ Federation in Brussels, researching active transit and sustainable mobility; and at the United Nations Secretariat to the Convention on Biological Diversity in Montreal, helping deliver stakeholder workshops and public consultations. With ICTC, Maya applies her interest in ethics, communications technology, and the environment to diverse projects including smart cities, agricultural technology, and health technology. Maya holds a Master’s of Professional Communication from Ryerson University and a Bachelor’s of Contemporary Studies and English with Honours from the University of King’s College. She is also pursuing two certificates that reflect her diverse interests: Applied Geography and GIS; and Economics. 

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The Human Talent Engine that Powers Smarter Cities

28 September 2022 · Robert Davidson, Trevor Quan, Chris Herron, Maya Watson, Justin Ratcliffe


Understanding Talent Development, Attraction, and Retention

September 28, 2022 · Akshay Kotak, Faun Rice, Maya Watson


June 1, 2022 · Alexandra Cutean, Robert Davidson, Maya Watson, Bingjie Xiao, Edward Hale, Melissa Felder, Matthias Oschinski


Attracting, Retaining, and Supporting Entry- and Mid- Level Talent

May 31, 2022 · Maryna Ivus, Maya Watson


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