Ron has carried out a wide range of research projects provincially, nationally and internationally. He has conducted projects in market research, business planning, human resources planning, client satisfaction, employee perception, statistical forecasting and polling. His clients have ranged from non-profit organizations, social service agencies, school boards, hospitals, healthcare, to financial regulators, energy and mining companies.
Ron has more than 20 years’ experience conducting cultural, health and industrial research projects. He has a master’s degree in research methods, statistics and experimental psychology from York University with further graduate training at Duke University. He began his career as a Bio-Statistician at the Addiction Research Foundation (now the Centre for Addiction & Mental Health).
Ron has also served as contract faculty at Durham College in Oshawa where he taught courses in Statistics, Research Methods, Business Computer Applications and Social Media. He is past president of the Clarington Board of Trade and is involved in numerous other community initiatives. He is a recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Award in recognition of his contribution to community service.