The Strategists – Moderated by Don Newman, with Kathleen Monk, David Herle and Jaime Watt
” Predicting and Prognosticating in advance of the U.S. Inauguration “
In anticipation of the upcoming U.S. presidential inauguration, join The Strategists – Kathleen Monk, David Herle and Jaime Watt – in a discussion moderated by Don Newman, as they look forward to the future of Canada-U.S. relations. They will bring their experience inside political back rooms and the highest offices of power to our stage and share their insights on the election’s implications and what challenges and changes Canadians can expect to see in the next four years.
(This event is a continuation of the series and panel participants formerly known as The Insiders, who have brought you “A master class in Canadian politics” and “2015 Federal Election Forecast”)
Don Newman (Senior Counsel, Navigator Ltd.)
His depth of experience, expertise and vast networks in media, politics and business, enable Don Newman to provide valuable strategic public affairs, communications and media advice.
Kathleen Monk (Public Affairs & Campaign Strategist)
Kathleen is a senior strategic communications and campaign strategist who brings over 15 years of experience in media, politics and the non-profit sector to Earnscliffe. She is trusted by political and business leaders to navigate complex public strategy issues, and excels at bringing together diverse stakeholders to tell authentic stories that deliver results.
David Herle (Principal Partner, The Gandalf Group)
David Herle is one of Canada’s most sought after public affairs and corporate strategists, having helped CEOs manage crises, union leaders shape their public appeals and directing winning campaigns for both prime ministers and premiers.
Jaime Watt (Executive Chairman, Navigator Ltd.)
Jaime Watt is the Executive Chairman of Navigator Ltd. He specializes in complex public strategy issues, serving both domestic and international clients in the corporate, professional services, not-for-profit, and government sectors.
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