As Assistant Project Manager, Workforce Strategy Projects, Christopher is on the project team supporting research and workforce development projects with a focus on leveraging and enhancing workforce technology to improve training and employment outcomes for job-seeking Canadians. Incorporating strategic planning, partner engagement, field testing, and the exploration of technology-enabled assessment models, he has an essential role in OTEC’s consulting work researching and defining the future of work.
Christopher join’s OTEC with a strong background in project management in the not-for-profit and financial sector. Has successfully led a workforce management technology project that empowered, engaged and increased performance of frontline staff throughout 300 financial branches. In addition, using data analytics to develop workforce strategies which resulted in the implementation of branch operations efficiencies and the creation of new job roles. Christopher holds a Business Administration diploma with a specialization in Business Management from Seneca College and a Project Management Certificate from Ryerson University.