Erin Warner

BII+E Alumni

As Marketing and Communications Specialist at the BII+E, Erin is dedicated to making ideas and information easily accessible to a wide audience.

Erin has spent over a decade working in the arts and cultural sector in Toronto. First, as a project coordinator at the Harbourfront Centre’s International Festival of Authors, Canada’s largest literary program, where she helped launch a provincial touring program bringing world famous authors to audiences across Ontario.

Most recently, Erin worked on marketing and communications at the Ryerson Image Centre (RIC), Ryerson’s art gallery and research centre. There, she had the opportunity to promote exhibitions exploring topics of great social and political concern, including climate change, black protest and repression, indigenous activism, feminism, technological disruption, and gay rights. While at the RIC, she completed an MBA in technology and innovation on a part-time basis at Ryerson’s Ted Rogers School of Management. She also holds a BA in anthropology from Western University.

Erin is convinced that a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach is key to solving some of the world’s biggest problems.

 

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Dec 1, 2020

Ce projet vise à traduire notre recherche en matière d'emploi en 2030 en solutions qui aident les travailleurs à acquérir des compétences essentielles au monde du travail pour l’avenir
Illustration of students creating ideas and climbing on giant desks.

Oct 19, 2020

This project aims to translate our Employment in 2030 research into practical solutions that help workers across Canada gain the skills and abilities critical for the future of work
Illustration of students creating ideas and climbing on giant desks.

Jul 24, 2020

In partnership, the Brookfield Institute and the Munk School’s Innovation Policy Lab present the first integrated framework to explore the relationship between innovation and inclusion in Canada
An Inclusive Innovative Monitor for Canada

Jan 16, 2020

Inspired by BII+E’s research on employment in the year 2030, artifacts from the future are designed to spark thinking about what kinds of goods and services might exist in the next 10 years and beyond
Six artifacts from the future
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