Etobicoke—Lakeshore

Christopher Caldwell holds a Master’s in Adult Education (M.Ed.) from the University of Toronto and a Master’s in Environmental Studies (MES) from York University in urban planning and sustainability. He also completed a graduate diploma in Business and Environment from Schulich Business School and received a national award for research on human impacts on the environment.

Chris speaks widely on the topics of corporate well-being, communication, leadership and connectivity to social and environmental issues, and devotes his spare time to volunteerism and the arts. Being a graduate of the Second City, he brings improvisational and communication skills to his facilitation and training work. Chris is also a member of the Project Management Institute and MENSA.

Chris always tries to find time to contribute to his community and has been director on a prominent ratepayer's board for three years, assisted as a volunteer with a food security not-for-profit and has run previously on platforms of participatory budget and planning processes for a more sustainable future. Chris has authored two books, one on corporate social responsibility and the other on human connection to nature.