Jason Ribeiro is a Ph.D. student and SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholar working out of the University of Calgary's, Werklund School of Education (Leadership, Policy, and Governance Unit). He holds additional degrees and qualifications from McMaster, York, Brock, and Queens University. His emerging research aims to inform organizational leadership capacity to shape, lead, and sustain innovation efforts in cross-sector partnerships. He joins Global Shapers as an active member of the international academic community, having taught over 500 university students, published 11 scholarly works, and delivered over 20 national/international conference presentations.
Jason's multidisciplinary background has allowed him to work in a variety of exciting research and governance settings: American Education Research Association, Alberta Graduate Provincial Advocacy Council, Ontario Public Interest Research Group, Brock University-DSBN Innovation Hub, Pathstone Mental Health, and most recently, serving as one of Canada's youth delegates to the 2017 World Bank/IMF Annual Meetings in Washington, D.C.