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In recent years, Michael Wright has been trying to help entrepreneurs create a companionable society. And he’s now seen what that translates into in the economy. To be sure, companies like Uber and Airbnb are now worth hundreds of millions of dollars. This success is proof, Wright says, that companies can make a difference if they can find a product or service that people find genuinely useful.
Michael Wright is President of MGM Scripted Television and President of EPIX. In his dual roles, he oversees MGM Scripted Television’s development and production of scripted programming, growing the television content slate MGM produces for distribution around the world, and is responsible for overseeing all facets of the rapidly growing premium network EPIX, including expanding its slate of original programming, growing distribution and leading creative and marketing efforts.
Michael is an expert in all areas of employment law and has particular experience of complex employment issues concerning director disputes, medical staff and doctors in training. He undertakes a full range of employment law advice and representation, including advocacy in the Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal.
Dr. Michael Wright is a Professor in the accounting area. He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) from Simon Fraser University and his PhD in Accounting from Queen's University. Professor Wright has been awarded the Fellow of the CGA and CPA designations for his lifetime work with the accounting profession. He has served on the CGA National Education Committee, the CGA Marks Review Subcommittee, the CGA Canada Education Review Task Force, the CPA Assessment Task Force and more recently was a member of the National Board of Examiners for CPA.
Michael Wright serves as a managing director in Newmark’s Vancouver office, where he specializes in the delivery of tenant advisory services. Mr. Wright primarily advises high-technology firms, from the start-up through to the maturation stages of the business cycle. By helping companies strategically align their real estate with their business plans, Mr. Wright develops solutions that solve his client’s requirements, including leasing, subleasing, sales and portfolio optimization. An 11-year real estate veteran, Mr. Wright joined Newmark in 2018, after 10 years as a vice president at a Canadian-owned commercial real estate company.
It is critical that health service evaluation frameworks include Aboriginal people and their cultural worldviews from design to implementation. During a large participatory action research study, Elders, service leaders and Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal researchers co-designed evaluation tools to test the efficacy of a previously co-designed engagement framework. Through a series of co-design workshops, tools were built using innovative collaborative processes that foregrounded Aboriginal worldviews. (Source: www.telethonkids.org.au)