Former Project Specialist, Perspectives Asia, APF CanadaRecent work: Building Economic Engagement with Singapore and Indonesia: Thought Leaders’ Perspectives Syndicated Study
Former Project Specialist, Perspectives Asia, APF Canada
Ingrid Wong is a former data analyst at the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. She holds an Honours B.A. in Political Science and History from the University of Toronto.
Senior Program Manager, South Asia and Public Opinion Research
Dr. Sreyoshi Dey is APF Canada’s senior program manager for South Asia and Public Opinion Research.
Junior Policy Analyst, Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada
Kelly graduated from Simon Fraser University with an Honour’s degree in Political Science and a minor in International Studies, and now works for Innovation, Science, and Economic Development Canada as a Junior Policy Analyst. Kelly is also a research assistant with Simon Fraser University’s Disinformation Project and was a 2022-23 Canada-Asia Young Professionals Fellow with APF Canada.
Junior Research Scholar, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Alberto Iskandar is a Junior Research Scholar with the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. He received his undergraduate degree from Simon Fraser University, majoring in political science and minoring in international studies and graduating in 2021. His research interests are multilateralism in Southeast Asia and ASEAN; sustainable development; and security and defence-related issues in Southeast Asia. He previously worked as a Research Officer at the Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia.
Lawyer and Young Professionals Fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
D’Arcy is a lawyer from Toronto with a background in China Studies, economics, and political science. His legal practice focuses on helping clients navigate regulatory and administrative barriers under the Canadian Competition Act, Investment Canada Act, and Canada’s trade agreements. D’Arcy recently completed an MSc in Contemporary Chinese Studies at the University of Oxford, where he focused on Chinese political economy and Taiwan’s diplomacy as a McCall Macbain Graduate Scholar. While completing his J.D. at the University of Toronto, D’Arcy spent six months in China, working at a law firm in Shanghai and studying as an exchange student at Tsinghua University.
Junior Research Scholar, APF Canada
Irene Zhang recently graduated with a Bachelor’s in History and English from the University of Oxford and is a former Junior Research Scholar at APF Canada, working on data from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong for the Canada-Asia Sustainability Tracker. She is also the editor for ChinaTalk, a podcast and newsletter on contemporary Chinese tech, economy, and policy. Irene’s work experience spans tech marketing, nonprofits, and journalism. In the summer of 2022, she was a VOICES Fellow at the Asian American Journalists Association.
Senior Advisor, Longview Communications and Boston Consulting Group
John Knubley is Senior Adviser, Longview Communications and Boston Consulting Group; Canada’s former Deputy Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development; and a Director on the Board of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada.
Distinguished Fellow, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Stewart Beck is the former President and CEO of the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, and a Canadian career diplomat who served abroad in China, India, Taiwan and the United States. He currently serves as a Distinguished Fellow with APF Canada.
Post-Graduate Research Scholar, Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada
Dr. Hema Nadarajah is a Post-Graduate Research Scholar with the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. She has a Ph.D. in International Relations from the University of British Columbia where she researched governance in the Arctic, climate change, and Outer Space. Dr. Nadarajah consults for WWF and formerly worked for the Government of Singapore on issues of international biodiversity conservation and climate change.