STEM for Global Resilience

Lee Tiedrich

Lee Tiedrich is a widely recognized leader in artificial intelligence, data, and emerging technologies. She is a member of both the OECD and Global Partnership on AI (GPAI) AI expert groups and co-chairs both the GPAI Responsible AI Strategy for the Environment (RAISE) committee and the GPAI Intellectual Property Advisory Committee. With a degree in

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Stephanie Rose Cortinovis

Stephanie Cortinovis is a PhD student in Global Governance at the Balsillie School of International Affairs. Her research interests include global climate governance, low-carbon transitions, environmental ethics, and, most prominently, the implications of negative emissions technologies within those domains. In her PhD, she intends to apply strategies for decision-making under deep uncertainty to understand emerging

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Leah Lawrence

Leah Lawrence is a recognized and award-winning leader of organizations focused on delivering social impact. As the president and CEO of Sustainable Development Technology Canada, she transformed the organization, making it a champion for young companies and providing over $1 billion to aspiring entrepreneurs focused on developing technologies to tackle the world’s largest sustainability challenges.

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Anthara Muralidharan

Anthara Muralidharan

Anthara received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Statistics from Ramnarain Ruia College, Mumbai (affiliated with the University of Mumbai), India, and a Master of Arts in Economics from the Mumbai School of Economics and Public Policy (MSEPP), University of Mumbai, India. Anthara has four years of corporate work experience as a data analyst

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Christy Lorenz

Christy Lorenz graduated in 2022 with First Class distinction from Glendon College, York University, earning a bilingual Honours International Bachelor of Arts in International Studies and Communications. She spent the last six months of her degree studying abroad at the Université Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium, where she honed her understanding of international politics, soaked

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Grace Mamie Kargobai

Grace Mamie Kargobai is a policy enthusiast and an aspiring author with an innate passion for life, environmental sustainability, fashion, and women’s empowerment. She currently holds key technical leadership roles with the Government of Sierra Leone as the Head of Delivery at the Ministry of Basic and Senior Secondary Education and the Executive Assistant to

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Zijie Zhang

Zijie Zhang is a student at the Balsillie School of International Affairs in the Master of International Public Policy program. His research interests center around the constructive role of middle powers like Canada in establishing new norms in the Indo-Pacific in the fields of global governance. He received his doctoral degree in International Relations from

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Blayne Haggart

Blayne Haggart

Blayne Haggart is an associate professor of political science at Brock University in St. Catharines and a senior fellow with the Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) in Waterloo. His research focuses on the international political economy of knowledge, including intellectual property, and internet and data governance. He has written extensively for popular and academic

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Natasha Tusikov

Natasha Tusikov

Natasha Tusikov is an associate professor in the Department of Social Science at York University in Toronto and a research fellow with the Justice and Technoscience Lab (JusTech Lab), School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) at the Australian National University. Her research examines the intersection among law, crime, technology and regulation. Her research interests

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