Daniel Munro is a Principal Research Associate in Public Policy at The Conference Board of Canada, and Lecturer in Ethics in the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Ottawa.
Prior to joining the Public Policy group, Daniel worked for the Conference Board’s Centre for Skills and Post-Secondary Education, Centre for Business Innovation, and Industry and Business Strategy division.
Previously, Daniel was a senior analyst at the Council of Canadian Academies—the Government of Canada’s arms-length science assessment organization—and has taught politics and philosophy at Harvard, Queen’s, Toronto, and Western University where he won the Award of Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.
Daniel has over ten years of experience in research and policy analysis on education, skills, innovation, and science and technology issues. He also thinks, writes and speaks about ethics, decision-making, risk, and democracy for academic and public audiences. Daniel holds degrees from Toronto (B.A.), Western (M.A.), and MIT (Ph.D.).