Nicholas is a Ph.D. Candidate in Sustainability Management at the University of Waterloo. His applied research maintains a transdisciplinary approach to creating functional linkages between the fields of corporate sustainability, behavior change, and social impact. Navigating the behavioral and cultural drivers of corporate sustainability transitions, Nicholas has a passion for supporting innovation in learning and development strategies to deepen the efficacy and social impact of corporate policy and practice. Nicholas has an MSc in Technology and Public Policy and BSc in Restoration Ecology with a focus on community engagement and social enterprise development in remote Indigenous communities. Having been given the privilege of working closely with the many of Canada’s Indigenous communities, he remains inspired and open to different ways of thinking and collaborating that span beyond Western knowledge and values systems. A SSHRC Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS-D Scholar and Energy Council of Canada Energy Policy Research Fellow, Nicholas is committed to working collaboratively with business leaders and community partners to enhance the graduate student experience and experiential learning opportunities.