This webinar is like a Quick Start guide for your Year 1, 2 or 3 paper. Since getting started is often the hardest part, a facilitator will take the guesswork out of formatting, research, and writing in structured teaching sessions.
The webinar gave me all the information I needed to get started and confirmed that I was on the right track.
Previous Speakers: Michelle Madden
Michelle Madden is an economic development professional who cares about building strong local economies.
Until earlier this year, she was the Outreach Manager for the University of Waterloo’s Economic Development Program, where she also served as editor of its academic journal and practitioner-focused blog. She has delivered five writing workshops in the past three years, successfully coaching dozens of professionals through the paper writing process.
She recently joined the Ontario Ministry of International Trade in a new role supporting Ontario's Trade and Investment Offices in the United States, Brazil, United Kingdom, France, Germany, India, China, and Japan. She helps the offices foster trade and investment between Ontario and international markets through business development and stakeholder engagement. Ask her how the offices can connect your community to investment, trade, and research opportunities.
Michelle has a master’s degree in local economic development from the University of Waterloo and is a certified economic developer (Ec.D.) through the Economic Developers Association of Canada.