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October 22, 2020

Jeffrey Reynolds Contributes to Policy Insights Forum as Honourary Fellow

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Samuel Associates
Headshot of Samuel Associates' Honourary Fellow Jeffrey ReynoldsHeadshot of Samuel Associates' Honourary Fellow Jeffrey Reynolds
Honourary Fellowship recipient Jeffrey Reynolds

The Samuel Associates Selection Committee is pleased to announce that Jeffrey Reynolds of Vancouver, British Columbia, is an Honourary Fellowship recipient.

Jeffrey resides and works in the United States as an expert in international relations and Transatlantic security issues. He is a graduate of the University of British Columbia, the Fletcher School at Tufts University, and an alum of Harvard Business School. Jeffrey has dedicated his professional career to the service of Canada and Canadians. He is a proud veteran of the Canadian Forces.

Jeffrey's recent co-publication, "Digitalize the enterprise: Why digitalization matters for NATO," was co-written by nonresident senior fellow, Jeffrey Lightfoot with Washington, D.C.-based think tank, the Atlantic Council.

It is with great pleasure that we award Jeffrey with this distinct honour that recognizes his accomplishments to advance Canada’s international peace and security efforts. Jeffrey's recent article reflects on the need for Canada and the United States to work together in modernizing the Transatlantic Alliance to meet new and emerging threats,” confirmed Goran Samuel Pesic, President and CEO, Samuel Associates.

Earlier this year, Samuel Associates launched an innovative strategic engagement initiative known as Policy Insights Forum. A unique platform for subject matter experts and distinguished leaders in academia, industry, and government to make impactful contributions on issues vital to Canada’s national interests in an era of increasing complexity.

The Forum’s objective is simple: to facilitate meaningful public policy discussions regarding national defence, international security, emergent technology, and the economy. This exclusive Forum works in conjunction with the Samuel Associates Honorary Fellowship program.

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