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Integrated Team Strengths

Our diverse and integrated team brings years of multidisciplinary wisdom to the table. All team members have a combination of academic credentials and industry experience that will ensure your projects are skillfully handled.

Our team is adept at research, analysis, and consultation to address your specific context whether it’s  discovering exactly what it takes to build industries or to develop communities. We save you time by providing our findings and recommendations in easy-to-follow and immediately implementable plans.

We are passionate about our work and proudly customer-focused. Our most senior team members are always available to you. Get in touch with our Executive Vice-Presidents today to put our services and solutions to work for you.

Learn More About Our Team of Experts

Paul Blais

Executive Vice-President

Trudy Parsons

Executive Vice-President

Chris Bandak

Executive Vice-President

Lauren Millier

Executive Vice-President

Jason Dias

Senior Consultant

Clark Hoskin

Senior Consultant

Evelyn Paul

Senior Consultant

Karen Smith

Senior Consultant – Business Development

Jordan Tidey

Senior Consultant

Schaun Goodeve

Consultant

Kai Liepins

Consultant

Tehseen Rana

Consultant

Jose Rodriguez

Consultant

Simon Webb

Consultant

Chandra Halko

Office Manager

Work With Us

Our people are our greatest strength.

Members of our team bring a range of skills, education, backgrounds, and personal experiences to their positions, allowing us to deliver multidisciplinary approaches that push the boundaries of our practice areas.

As a team, we are passionate about our work. We strive to be at the forefront of the industry and to work collaboratively with each other and with our clients.

If you’re interested in growing with us, please send your résumé to info@mdbinsight.com.

Paul Blais

Paul Blais

MA, Ec.D., CEcD
Executive Vice-President

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Paul enjoys the travel that comes with working with communities and companies from coast to coast to coast.  With every new project comes an opportunity to meet business and community leaders who have a passion for their product and place. Active Listening is one of Paul’s strengths and truly understanding his clients’ dreams and worries is something he considers the most important aspect of consulting.  His greatest job satisfaction comes when clients say, sometimes with surprise in their voice, “Thank you, you REALLY understand us!”

Paul has been active in economic development since 1995 when he was shot into the real world. For 10 years he held positions of increasing influence as a municipal economic development professional in three rural and urban communities.  He did not know it at the time, but these years of being accountable to the community helped to shape Paul’s innovative consultative approach.

Since the mid 2000’s Paul has built on that experience while working with more than 200 businesses, communities, and NGOs.  These projects are so interestingly widespread that he has no problem getting up for a day on the job.

Paul is equally comfortable with projects in small rural communities and large city regions and his work has received recognition from economic development associations across Canada. He is equally inspired by sharing and learning from citizens in public forums and community leaders around the boardroom table.

In the mid-90s Paul and his wife, Cara, moved to Eastern Ontario.  Not the most agreeable farming country, their modest acre of lawn is surrounded by open pasture and clusters of forest.  The lakes and rocks of the UNESCO-designated Frontenac Arch Biosphere are just a few kilometres away.  These are the places that Paul and Cara will continue to enjoy with their two daughters and a very special group of friends who fill life with love and laughs. Paul enjoys games and sports of all kinds. He is on the Executive of the Canadian Ice Stock Federation and has played for Team Canada at the last three World Championships.

Trudy Parsons

Trudy Parsons

MBA, C.I.M., P.Mgr.
Executive Vice-President

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Twitter: @TrudyParsons
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Trudy has dedicated her career to creating strategies and solutions that position communities for prosperity. She has a passion for helping people, organizations, and communities achieve success, however, they chose to define it.
She has more than 25 years of expertise in sectoral, industry-specific, and local, regional, provincial and national workforce development and has worked in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. She has been a faculty member in the post-secondary sector, a post-secondary program development consultant, and a lead director overseeing a robust corporate continuing education division. Before joining MDB Insight, Trudy served as the Executive Director of the Niagara Workforce Planning Board (NWPB), a regional not-for-profit organization with a mandate for labour market planning and workforce development. As Executive Director, Trudy established the NWPB as a credible labour market information research organization.

In 2011, Trudy joined MDB Insight as Director of Workforce Development, a division established to help communities, organizations, and individuals understand and respond to changing labour markets. She is the first non-founding partner of the firm and an Executive Vice-President. Through her work at MDB Insight, she has helped many communities to align local labour supply and demand, attract and retain talent, and create strategies for future success.

Trudy is recognized for her community engagement skills and her ability to foster collaboration. She is regularly invited to share her insights at conferences across Canada and in the United States. She has served on many boards, including as President with the Canadian Institute of Management and as Director with the Economic Developers Council of Ontario. Trudy has authored numerous reports and articles on workforce development, human capital, and workforce populations that face barriers to workplace transition.

A former resident of Newfoundland and Labrador, Trudy proudly responds to enquiries about her roots. She now lives in Caledonia with her family but travels back to visit whenever she can.

Chris Bandak

Chris Bandak 

Hon BSc (Marketing/Micro-Economics)
Executive Vice-President Market Research and Analytics

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Chris has more than 20 years of experience in the market research industry and is a recognized expert in his field.  Chris truly enjoys turning his client’s quest for knowledge into actionable insights that are the direct result of his attention to detail and in-depth understanding of every aspect of a research project, from complex sample design to discrete choice modeling analysis. Chris started his own research firm at the age of 32 that, due to its incredible success, was bought out by a much larger Canadian research company.

Chris has conducted all types of large and small marketing and community research undertakings in communities various sizes. Chris has managed citizen satisfaction surveys for various municipalities including the City of Brampton, City of Burlington, City of Barrie, City of Port Colborne, City of Vaughan, City of Mississauga, Town of Blue Mountains, Town of Milton, Town of Newmarket, District of Saanich, The Resort Municipality of Whistler and many others. He has conducted more than 200 research projects for municipalities across Canada. He has also managed, designed and consulted on large market research and branding projects and is always directly involved in the day-to-day management of the work and team assigned to the project. More specifically, Chris has conducted large-scale research programs for organizations such as Air Miles, Canada Post, CBC, Public Works and Government Services Canada, National Post, Duraflame and Microsoft.

With his experience and strong analytical and managerial abilities, he is capable of designing and implementing complex research studies that are customized for each new assignment. He works with his clients in a collaborative style, helping to identify information requirements, select the most cost-effective methods, synthesize findings and make recommendations best suited to their unique circumstances.

Although Chris has spent the majority of his life in Southern Ontario, he has spent a significant amount of time in Alberta and British Columbia. Chris truly enjoyed his time in western Canada and looks forward to projects that allow him to return to the region. When not in his office, Chris can probably be found on the tennis court.  He is an accomplished tennis player and competes in several leagues in the Greater Toronto Area.

Lauren Millier 

BES, MCIP, RPP
Executive Vice-President

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Lauren began her career as a professional planner working in both the public and private sectors including 5 years with the Province of Ontario.

In 1995, Lauren joined Coopers & Lybrand, rising to the position of Vice-President in the series of corporate mergers that produced PricewaterhouseCoopers.  As her work and interests moved away from traditional urban planning and into the economic development field, Lauren helped to launch MDB Insight to help communities and organizations wrestling with a shifting global economy.

Lauren’s past clients are a diverse group, representing public and private sector interests from across North America, including senior levels of government in both Ontario and Alberta.  She is adept at synthesizing a broad range of interests and achieving outcomes that are widely supported by all stakeholders.  Her work includes economic development strategies, cultural development and planning, and community based marketing and investment attraction efforts. She has developed strategies for some of Canada’s fastest growing communities and regions.

Lauren holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Honours Planning) degree from the University of Waterloo and is both a Registered Professional Planner and a Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners.  She served for several years as Director on the Board of the Economic Developers Council of Ontario and in 2010 served as President of that organization. Her volunteer work has included the Toronto Board of Trade’s Economic Development Committee, Jane’s Walk, and Woodgreen Community Services.

Born in Brockville, Ontario, Lauren now lives in Toronto’s Beach neighbourhood.

Jason Dias

BURPI

Senior Consultant

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Jason has had the opportunity to prepare regional economic development strategies across Ontario, Alberta, British Columbia, Canada and the United States. These strategies are rooted in consultation activities that assist in dealing with the implications of a transforming global economy and focuses on identifying cross-cutting economic development opportunities. His work often strives to effectively leverage the investment and economic development efforts of key stakeholders and the business community to deliver sustainable and innovative growth over the long term.

Jason brings an economic developer and planner’s perspective to his projects, which ensures his assignments are reflective of not only the industry and business trends of a location but also reflective of the well-being of a community from quality of life indicators to quality of place indicators.

Jason has also completed a wide variety of plans that involved a deeper understanding of a community’s specialized clusters including tourism and niche-tourism and has experience assessing cultural assets and tourism strengths within a diverse range of communities. 

Based in Toronto, Jason has been active in the economic development field since 2011. He is a member of the Economic Developers Council of Ontario and has served as Chair of the EDCO Young Professional Network. He is a Member at Large of the Ontario Professional Planners Institute.

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Clark Hoskin

BFA, Ec.D. – Senior Consultant

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Clark is passionate about business collaboration and community revitalization by embracing change, sharing ideas and developing solutions that fit the need. Clark is a creative problem-solver who strives to find options and opportunities in any scenario. 

Since 1994, Clark has worked in destination marketing and economic development at a community and regional level. He brought technology and communications advancements to each of his positions, ranging from small municipal departments to a regional tourism association covering thousands of square kilometres. Clark succeeded in collaborative engagement through databases and targeted messaging, traditional and social media tactics, business-focused programming, learning tours of comparable communities, and just picking up the phone.

Clark’s leadership in tourism and economic development at one rural municipality helped turn around the local economy’s reliance on a single industry. He and his team focused on retaining and supporting existing businesses, enhancing branding and public relations, and attracting new markets. Clark demonstrated diplomacy and flexibility, knowing businesses and individuals will cooperate on challenges if they are treated with respect and consulted with sincerity. Within ten years, the community witnessed the highest rate of growth in household income in southwestern Ontario.

Industry and regional alliances are important to Clark. He helped establish the South Central Ontario Region (SCOR) Economic Development Corporation by cooperating with his peers and local politicians to champion the common cause of advocacy. He also worked closely with the Province of Ontario and nine local tourism authorities to create Southwestern Ontario Tourism Corp., co-chairing the transition team and spearheading several priority projects.

Clark enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking and eating local food and drink, and travelling anywhere.

Evelyn Paul

MEDI
Senior Consultant

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At MDB Insight, Evelyn is combining her love for research with her passion for supporting community-led growth. While competitive analysis is one of her many strong suits, she believes purposeful investments that build on existing strengths with a defined vision for the future are a sure recipe for success.

Conversations with invested clients and community members, travelling to communities, and attention to detail have enabled Evelyn to successfully manage and execute many projects across Canada and the USA. Memorable work experiences include being part of a community-hosted thanksgiving meal in Coronach, being compared to a cat while delivering workshops in another town, travelling to Barry’s Bay, and remaining captivated by Kelowna.

Evelyn is a graduate of the University of Waterloo’s acclaimed MEDI program and is currently in her fourth progressive role at MDB Insight. As her understanding of economic development has accelerated,  she has utilized the latest qualitative and quantitative tools to support project methodologies and produce reliable, accurate, and evidence-based outcomes. As a champion of lifelong learning, she is driven by the interacting forces of people, economy, innovation, inclusion, and equitable participation.

Evelyn grew up in India, one of the most ethnically diverse nations, and boasts an innate appreciation of culture and heritage. She has lived and worked in many countries across the globe, including Canada, Singapore, the United Kingdom, and the USA. Toronto is home now, and while not working, you can find her exploring the city, hanging out with a close group of friends or reading books with her young niece. Her spirit animal is a panther, and while she is deadly afraid of the water, one of her next big adventures is going diving with the great whites! Evelyn’s core belief is this: push yourself to step out of your comfort zone and experience new things – because you never know unless you try!

Karen Smith

Senior Consultant – Business Development

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Karen is a community builder, encouraged by the little things that make neighbourhoods thrive and the innovative projects that propel cities toward inspiring futures. She has an innate curiosity, honed over years spent writing, researching, and working to address issues and topics of interest and importance to social, economic, and human wellbeing.

Karen has been consulting since 1991, and for more than two decades focused her work in the dynamic and rewarding realm of community benefit organizations (not-for-profits). She has worked with all levels of government, small agencies, large organizations, and community coalitions and networks. She is comfortable at boardroom tables and at grassroots gatherings, where ideas percolate and diverse voices join to make things happen in communities. A seasoned facilitator, she has engaged intimate focus groups and large conference plenary audiences, applying her skills and asking catalytic questions that encourage meaningful dialogue. Karen’s work with Aboriginal groups, social services organizations, advisory committees, boards of directors, and community agencies of all types and sizes has fueled her passion for genuine engagement and inclusive process. She is a changemaker and system thinker with an eye for detail, happiest when threads of ideas weave together to reflect the wisdom that resides in every gathering.

Karen has collaborated on innovative and effective projects including systemic change initiatives and ground-breaking community development successes. As a trainer in the field, she taught for Mohawk College’s Non-Profit Management Certificate Program and is a popular workshop leader and speaker. Karen’s knowledge of governance and voluntarism is informed by her volunteer service in leadership and governance capacities for both local and national organizations.

Karen has lived in three Canadian provinces and traveled to more than 80 countries around the globe. She’s an avid photographer and still shoots with film as well as in digital format. She’s a foodie, dog lover, avid reader, and audiophile.

Karen is based in Hamilton, her hometown, where she focuses on business development projects. She’s excited to be part of a team that pushes boundaries, develops opportunities, and aims to improve the world one community at a time.

Jordan Tidey

Jordan Tidey

MBA, MSc
Senior Consultant

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Jordan joined MDB Insight in 2017 as a Research Analyst and became a Senior Consultant in 2019. He has completed a range of work in urban and rural economic development.

After completing an MBA and MSc in International Business from Vancouver Island University, he embarked on a career in economic development in order to give back to the community. Before joining MDB, Jordan was Manager of Market Intelligence with Economic Development Winnipeg supporting the YES! Winnipeg business development team. He has also worked with Northern Development Initiative Trust in Prince George. His projects have included developing sector strategies, designing business retention and expansion projects and connecting businesses to local opportunities.

Jordan loves applying collaborative, innovative, and technology-driven solutions to the problems modern economic developers face, understanding that pairing the best tools and techniques with passionate people is the best way to succeed.

Jordan grew up on Vancouver Island but loves his new hometown of Winnipeg. When he isn’t working he plays rugby. He and his wife Karly volunteer at West Broadway Youth Outreach in Winnipeg, a charity providing after-school programs for local youth.

Schaun Goodeve

MES. MCIP, RPP
Consultant

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In 1998, as a fourth year undergraduate student, Schaun was hired as a research assistant on a major national project focusing on communities where the major economic sector collapsed and where tourism was pursued as a substitute economy. This first exposure to addressing community development was the catalyst for a career in economic development and planning within Canada and internationally.

Schaun’s early work centred on tourism economies and destination marketing with a focus on long term viability while balancing ecological, cultural, and social impacts. Professionally and academically, he has continued his work in the field of tourism and sustainability with a focus on broader community development. After extensive travels abroad for work and pleasure, Schaun returned to Canada to pursue a Masters in Environmental Studies with a specialization in urban planning.

He has worked in the private and public sectors and for not-for-profit organizations, always with a desire to assist communities in achieving their long-term goals. An active community minded volunteer, Schaun has served on numerous Boards often in a leadership capacity and has worked with many passionate and skilled teams. He has led regional economic development organizations, a Chamber of Commerce, and currently sits as a Board member of Tourism Kimberley (Destination Management Organization) and the Economic Developers Association of Canada.

Schaun was recognized by his peers in 2017 when he was named Economic Developer of the Year by Economic Developers Alberta.

Schaun’s unique background, experiences, and education and his desire to assist communities in meaningful ways is what motivated him to join MDB Insight. He looks forward to applying his planning skills in future economic development projects in communities from coast to coast to coast.

Schaun currently resides in Kimberley, BC with a view of the ski hill and beside an extensive trail network. In his spare time he enjoys backcountry skiing, whitewater paddling, mountain biking and playing guitar.

Kai Liepins

BA

Consultant

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Kai is a consultant at MDB Insight and joined the firm in 2020. In his role Kai helps communities create innovative and sustainable economic development, tourism and workforce development strategies to help them grow and prosper.

Kai has worked on projects all across Canada, helping him gain an appreciation for the country, its people, communities, and diverse economy. Having worked in the education industry previously, Kai has a strong passion for workforce development projects and the integral role that they play for improving communities’ talent attraction, retention and readiness capabilities. He has also grown a strong interest in joint municipal and Indigenous community economic development projects.

When asked about key lessons he has learned through his work, Kai talks about the importance of asking the right questions, maintaining strong relationships, and open communication as well as being willing to adapt and problem solve within a short time period.

Kai completed his Bachelor’s degree majoring in International Business at The Queensland University of Technology in Australia on a full scholarship program. During his studies, Kai was introduced to community development after completing a co-op within the Investment Attraction Division of the Brisbane Economic Development Board. Within the private sector, Kai also completed a co-op at Rio Tinto within their procurement division where he developed strong data analysis skills. Upon completing this placement, Kai was then onboarded as an Operational Improvements Analyst to assist with the US$2.69 billion divestment of Rio Tinto’s Hunter Valley coal operations.

He worked internationally as an English as a Second Language teacher for two years in Spain where he gained his love for education and workforce development. While completing his studies, Kai also represented his university competing in consulting competitions in New Zealand, the U.S. and Hong Kong and completed a short-term co-op in Japan and student exchange program in Canada at Queen’s University. He has developed excellent research and team work skills and a passion for creative problem solving. In 2017, Kai was part of the winning team for the Australian Deloitte NEXT Innovation Challenge.

In his personal time Kai is passionate about getting outdoors, learning Spanish, and photography. He is based at MDB Insight’s Kingston office and enjoys all that the city and surrounding communities have to offer – from Lake Ontario to the numerous bars and restaurants to the great local hiking trails, especially those within Frontenac Provincial Park.  

Tehseen Rana

Tehseen Rana

B.B.A.
Consultant

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Tehseen joined MDB Insight as a Research Analyst in 2019 with a background in finance and economics and a passion for helping businesses prosper and contributing to strategic thinking that helps communities thrive. Tehseen has been involved in a variety of research/analytics, economic and workforce development projects and enjoys uncovering innovative solutions and opportunities in any scenario.

Prior to joining the firm, Tehseen worked at the Ontario Ministry of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade where he focused on regional economic development and cluster development. He also has experience in private sector finance, international affairs, and business development. To date, Tehseen has completed his Honours Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a specialization in finance and a minor in economics from Wilfrid Laurier University. Alongside his studies in Canada, he was a visiting extension student at Harvard University, an international exchange student at Burgundy School of Business in Dijon, France and an academic delegate at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Economic Development in Geneva, Switzerland.

Tehseen has also worked as a deputy elections officer, spoken at a meeting with Canada’s Prime Minister’s Youth Council and worked on research focused on the correlation between international trade and growth opportunities for Canadian business in a fellowship capacity. He also volunteers with the United Nations Association of Canada’s Toronto Office (UNCATO) and is an Advisory Board Member for the Toronto Youth Cabinet at City Hall.   

Born in Guelph, Ontario, Tehseen now lives in Downtown Toronto. In his spare time, you can find him training for the next endurance sporting event, exploring new cuisines or travelling to new communities in Canada and around the world.

Jose Rodriguez

MAES
Consultant

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Jose joined MDB Insight in 2018 with experience in data analysis and workforce development. His professional interests also include cultural and community development.

Jose is very familiar with the challenges facing municipal governments as they seek to grow, attract and retain their business stakeholders. After completing his Master’s in Local Economic Development from the University of Waterloo, Jose worked in labour force analysis for rural communities in Southern Ontario, including Haldimand County, Norfolk County, Brant County, the City of Brantford and the Six Nations of the Grand River reserve. His projects included the delivery of an employer survey which tracks trends related to recruitment, staff turnover, skills shortages, succession planning and other HR issues, and supporting the development of a labour market plan for municipalities in the Grand Erie Region.

Originally from Colombia, Jose has also lived in Uruguay, the United States and Canada. He is very proud of his Hispanic heritage and is passionate about cooking, travelling and history.

Simon Webb 

Consultant

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Simon joined the MDB Insight team with a vision to put big data insights to work for communities of all sizes and support the economic, social and environmental wealth of Canadians.

Simon previously worked for the Offord Centre for Child Studies – a part of McMaster University’s Department of Psychiatry and Neurosciences. On that team, he was the economics expert, applying his econometrics skills to measure relationships between child development and socioeconomic circumstances. Prior to this, Simon was an Economist for Environment Canada’s Economic Analysis Directorate, where he learned how economic theory can be operationalized to help society. This work involved producing economic and environmental projections, to be used in cost-benefit impact analyses of prospective regulations.

Simon holds a MA in Economic Policy from McMaster University. He also earned a certificate in Big Data Analytics from McMaster, and a Combined Honours degree in Economics and ESS (Environment, Sustainability and Society) from Dalhousie University.

Simon splits his free time between playing music, training for triathlons and enjoying his cottage near Kingston, ON.

Chandra Halko

Office Manager

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Chandra joined MDB Insight in 2019 after nearly 15 years in the Tourism and Hospitality industry.  Prior to her introduction to Kingston in 2017, through her work as Business Development Coordinator at Tourism Kingston, she spent over ten years with the Listel, a boutique hotel in the heart of Vancouver.

 

Chandra’s background is in arts administration.  For nearly two decades she was an indelible part of the arts community in Vancouver juggling her time between the Vancouver International Film and Jazz Festivals, Festival Vancouver, and various other festivals, theatres, and musicians – acting as Box Office Manager, Stage Manager, and everything in between.

 

It was a natural progression from supporting her communities locally through the arts and tourism to stepping into a roll supporting a team dedicated to fulfilling community development initiatives across Canada. 

 

Chandra was born and raised in Northern Manitoba and is very happy to be living in the Canadian Shield again.  She still maintains her connection to the arts with her photography and writing.  When not tapping into her creative side you will either find her playing board games, making the perfect coffee, or watching British comedy.

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