Jeremy Depow Bio
Jeremy founded Canada’s Digital Policy Forum in order to strengthen dialogue and collaboration on building digital policy in Canada. His approach is founded on the belief that the best public policy comes from dialogue and meaningful collaboration between governments, civil society, the private sector, academia, technical experts and other relevant stakeholders. Throughout his career, he has advised numerous organizations, including Fortune 500 companies, start-ups and non-profits on effectively engaging municipal, provincial and federal governments to strengthen public policy.
His work has focused particularly on developing and implementing large-scale policy development and government engagement strategies in Canada, the U.S. and U.K. Jeremy has served in the corporate affairs offices of Pfizer Inc., Intuit, and BIOTECanada, and was an information and communications technology industry analyst for the Yankee Group. Jeremy began his career as a policy analyst in the Canadian House of Commons for the Rt. Hon. Joe Clark, P.C., M.P.
Canada’s Digital Policy Forum, a non-profit regularly facilitates meetings with government officials and thought leaders to help policy makers work through policy priorities for the digital economy.