Public Affairs Veteran Andrew Steele to join StrategyCorp in September
July 12, 2016 – Toronto – StrategyCorp is pleased to announce that in September Andrew Steele will join the firm as Vice President, fueling the firm’s continued growth across Canada.
Andrew’s 20 years of transformational leadership in business, media and government helps cement StrategyCorp’s unique market position as the only firm to provide integrated business strategy, public affairs and strategic communications under one roof.
Previously, Andrew was the founding CEO of the Pecaut Centre, a non-profit management consulting firm housed at the Boston Consulting Group. In this role, he organized advisors from top tier professional service firms to grow outstanding charities across Canada.
More recently, Andrew served as Vice President, Strategy, Marketing and Communications at TVO, the provincial broadcaster. With his help, TVO shifted the brand to be significantly more modern, impactful and favourably viewed by Ontarians, secured Premier Kathleen Wynne’s support for a bold new role in classroom learning, and developed a profitable international business line in high-school distance education.
Andrew’s involvement in the Liberal Party includes senior campaign roles in multiple election victories. He was a key player in political war rooms both provincially and federally. He has served in the Government of Ontario as Senior Advisor to the Premier, as well as Chief of Staff in several Ministries.
A director of the board of the Michael Garron Hospital, he has written extensively on public policy as an opinion columnist for the Globe and Mail and other media outlets. Andrew graduated with distinction from the MBA program at Western and holds an MA from UBC and a BA from Trent.
StrategyCorp integrates public affairs, communications, and management consulting to create the conditions our clients need to succeed. We master the substance and politics of each project to manage challenges and capitalize on opportunities in the areas of business, public policy, and reputation.