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Stephen Daze joined the Telfer School of Management in 2012 as an Entrepreneur in Residence and became the Dom Herrick Entrepreneur in Residence in 2014. He teaches entrepreneurship and is responsible for entrepreneurship strategy and program planning, providing counsel to students and faculty on business planning and business start-up issues, and working with the community to bolster support for the School’s entrepreneurship activities.
He is the Founder of Agawa Entrepreneurship Development Corporation and the former Managing Director of Entrepreneurship and Talent activities at the Ottawa Centre for Regional Innovation.
He has been recognized for his volunteer work with organizations such as Junior Achievement, the University of Ottawa and the Chamber of Commerce. He is the past Chair of the Telfer School of Management’s Career Centre Advisory Board, the Ottawa Chair of the Manning Innovation Awards and was a long time Board Member with the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce (2006 – 2009). He is also a past judge with the Ottawa Business Journal's Top 40 Under 40 Awards.
Stephen has previously operated his own training and consulting firm specializing in training and development. Although a student of Marketing, Stephen also has extensive experience in operations management and sponsorship development. Stephen graduated from the University of Regina’s Business school as well as Saint Francis Xavier’s Adult Education Certificate program.