Todd is an Economist and Research Analyst at the Information and Communications Technology Council (ICTC). He brings over 5 years of experience in economic research and consulting, supporting international trade and sustainable development initiatives. Todd has previously consulted on projects including a youth entrepreneurship competition in the Arctic, and attracting foreign investment initiatives in key sectors; in the latter, he used this research to develop programming recommendations for governments to best support the needs of exporters. Todd also has extensive experience working with community organizations, supporting capacity development initiatives, and working in technology-based startups.
Todd holds a Certified International Trade Professional (CITP) designation from the Forum for International Trade Training and is an active member of the Economic Developers Association of Canada. Todd also holds a Master of Business Administration in Community Economic Development (MBA-CED) from Cape Breton University, and a BA in Economics and Criminology from St. Thomas University. His research interests include community economic development, export development, and technology adoption to support inclusive development.
Understanding Demand and Supply in Retail, Manufacturing, Construction, and Hospitality
Addressing Labour Demand and Growth in the Creative Technology Sector