Danielle Goldfarb is Associate Director of the Conference Board of Canada’s Global Commerce Centre. She writes on Canada’s international trade, investment, and development policies. Danielle’s recent research and commentaries focus on success strategies for Canadian companies in global markets, the Canada-EU trade deal, immigrant exporters, and the hottest opportunities and markets for Canadian companies. Recent publications (both co-authored with Sui Sui) are Not for Beginners: Should Canada’s SMEs go to fast-growth markets? and For Innovators Only: Canadian Companies’ EU Export Experience (forthcoming).
Danielle’s articles and commentaries have been published by several Canadian think tanks and by most major Canadian media. Maclean’s called her one of Canada’s top trade experts. She blogs for the Canadian International Council Roundtable, and was recently a judge for both the Organization of Women in International Trade awards and the Manulife-Rotman Entry into Asia competition. She has been part of Statistics Canada’s advisory committee on trade, the Georgetown University’s leadership seminar, the Department of Foreign Affairs Academic Advisory Group on trade, and the US International Visitor Program on trade. Danielle has an M.Phil. in International Relations from Cambridge University and a B.Comm. in Honours Economics from McGill University.