Michelle Park

Project Manager

As a Project Manager at BII+E, Michelle is given the chance to explore ways in which she can help create effective and meaningful change in the industry. As a recent graduate, she is excited to be learning about the ever-changing landscape of innovation and entrepreneurship.

Ever since beginning her journey at Ryerson University as an undergraduate student, she has been fascinated by the world of technology and innovation. Prior to joining BII+E, she was the Chair of the Ted Rogers Management Conference (TRMC), in which she was constantly surrounded by innovators and changemakers. TRMC gave her the opportunity to explore the depths of Canada’s economy.

Michelle is passionate about the work that the BII+E is pursuing and is motivated to learn about policy and research development. She is currently working on projects such as the Digital Literacy Pilot, Sheldon and Tracy Levy Aspiring Innovators Fellows Program, and SHAD.

Michelle has a Bachelor of Commerce in Retail Management from Ryerson University.

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Mar 8, 2019

If you could see into the future, which types of skills and jobs would likely be in demand in the next 10–15 years? Learn about our project exploring employment in and around the year 2030.
Employment in 2030

Mar 7, 2019

Si vous pouviez prédire l’avenir, quels types de compétences et d’emplois seraient vraisemblablement recherchés dans les 10 à 15 prochaines années?
L’emploi en 2030

Feb 11, 2019

As governments look to purchase innovations as well as purchase innovatively, what are the challenges and opportunities? We explored innovation procurement and the potential for more experimentation.
What’s in the Mix: Opportunities + challenges for municipal innovation procurement
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