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Ryan Fedurco

Research Assistant, Counsel Public Affairs

Degrees:MPM/16

Ryan is currently a Research Assistant with Counsel Public Affairs in Toronto. A former parliamentary assistant for a Member of Parliament and junior analyst at Global Affairs Canada in Ottawa, Ryan has worked in political and legislative affairs, helped manage government programs, and conducted research on various pertinent policy issues. He’s also held positions at a number of non-profit and charitable organizations, including the United Nations Association in Canada and the World University Service of Canada to further government relations efforts and program funding proposals.

Prior to joining Counsel, Ryan worked with World Vision Canada to advance global poverty and child well-being initiatives. He assisted both government relations and policy teams to execute public affairs efforts and campaigns.

In addition to working in government and with non-profits, Ryan has volunteered on municipal, provincial, and federal electoral campaigns.
Ryan’s experience and strong understanding of the inner workings of government allow him to effectively analyze and research public policy issues, develop stakeholder maps, monitor current affairs, and execute special projects such as advocacy days at Legislatures.
Ryan is an active member of Rotaract and Rotary International and is passionate about giving back to his community.

“The Masters of Political Management (MPM) program at Carleton is a valuable one-of-a kind degree. It has an accomplished, hands-on, and supportive faculty, engaging speakers and learning opportunities, and a vast cross-partisan network to grow political minds. MPM provides insight into policy issues, campaign management, political advocacy, and government & legislative processes. The program prepares candidates for a variety of environments including in the offices of elected officials, the public service, and government relations positions at public affairs firms, non-profits, and corporations. Nowhere else in Canada can you better learn the ins and outs of public decision-making. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to further their understanding of Canada’s political landscape.” – Ryan Fedurco

Last Revision: July 31, 2018