Paul-Emile has been active in the fields of Research, Consulting, Fundraising and Business Development for the past fifteen years. In 2007, he completed his honours degree in History, Political Science and Canadian Studies at the University of Toronto.
In 2010, he completed his Masters in Environmental Studies at York University, with a focus on Indigenous knowledge and a major research paper titled: The Traditional Rights of Ways on the Walpole Island First Nation. He has served as a member of the Research Advisory Committee with Canadian Energy Research Institute, the Chair of the National Advisory Committee with ORIGIN Inc. and the current President and Chair of the Board of Directors for Aboriginal Legal Services.
In his spare time, he is an avid follower of both sports and business.
All Sessions by Paul-Emile McNabSee Full Agenda
Day 1: May 3, 2023
Day 2: May 4, 2023
11:30 amTRACK 2
Measuring success: business development through extraordinary times at CCAB
Growing your business during and after the pandemic has been challenging and critical. Organisations are adapting with innovative models and managing unexpected outcomes. This session guides your through these disruptive time with key takeaways
- Developing objectives which deliver growth, manage change and align with mandates
- Managing the growing incomes, providing new opportunities
- Practical advice – for sharing expertise and benchmarking
Steering a course through uncertain times