Join the Concordia community, alumni, researchers and friends for a series of conversations processing the American Presidential elections and its aftermath.
Our speakers will provide insight into the impact of the election on Canada, as well as the global economic context, pandemic response, polling trends and data analysis that go into making sense of the news in this challenging time.
This event is part two of two discussions (Nov. 5 & 12) presented in collaboration with University Advancement.
Julia Wolfe, BFA. Julia is the Data Visualization Editor at FiveThirtyEight. Prior to her current role, she was their visual journalist focusing on politics and interactive graphics. Previously, she worked at The Wall Street Journal, The Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. She is also an adjunct lecturer at CUNY’s graduate school of journalism. At Concordia, she was editor-in-chief of The Link and studied Computation Arts.
Arvind K. Jain, Professor of Finance. Arvind's research interests are in international banking, international finance and economic development. Including the analysis of investor and policy-maker behaviour during financial crises and corruption.
Temi Akin-Aina, Associate Director, Alumni Relations (Moderator). Temi has over 15 years of University Advancement experience with a focus on alumni relations, constituent engagement, strategic planning, and board and volunteer relations.