The Advisory Committee performs two basic functions, contributing substantially to the services and support Future Project offers.
- First, members of the Advisory Committee provide ideas and advice about our services. Although not involved in the management of Future Project, through their contribution they ensure our industry links stay practical and add value to the student and graduate experience.
- Second, the Advisory Committee, as a whole, raises the profile of international graduates within industry by encouraging the diversity of education, maturity, and experience they contribute to their professions.
Each Advisory Committee member provides considerable expertise and perspective, informing much of what we do.
Cameron Field – Toronto Police, Staff Sergeant / Deputy Director, Canadian Society of Evidence Based Policing
Cameron is a Staff Sergeant with the Toronto Police Service and currently manages the Investigative Training team at the Toronto Police College. Prior to that he managed the Corporate Crimes Team of the Organized Crime Enforcement Service. He is the co-founder of the Social Media Working Group on financial crime prevention and has authored articles on fraud reporting for companies, fraud prevention and crime prevention through social media. He is presently the Deputy Director of the Canadian Society of Evidence Based Policing and a former Vice President of the Canadian Association of Threat Assessment Professionals.
He recently completed his Masters dissertation on ‘Seniors and On-Line Fraud Prevention’ and is lecturing frequently on fraud and fraud prevention in digital spaces. He received a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Justice Studies from the University of Guelph and a M.Sc. in Criminology and Criminal Justice in the United Kingdom. He is interested in collaborating on research into sociodemographic factors and how they affect both fraudsters and fraud victims. He is a frequent public speaker in the private and public sector on such topics as fraud prevention, corporate risk management, new and social media as a means of crime and loss prevention, behavioural assessment and analysis, large case management and investigative techniques and managing risk in law enforcement.
Ikdeep Singh – Prosecutor, Assistant Crown Attorney
Ikdeep Singh is an Assistant Crown Attorney at the St. Catharines Office. He is currently employed on a per diem basis and focuses on Criminal Code and Highway Traffic Prosecutions. Ikdeep summered and articled at the Crown Attorney’s Office.
He completed his law degree at Cardiff University and upon graduation received the Alan and Cyril Body Educational Trust Prize. This is awarded to the mature student with the best performance in law examinations.
Prior to law school, Ikdeep completed a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree at the University of Toronto.
Rebecca Agar – Pharmacist / Telepharmacy Regional Site Lead, Operations Specialist
Rebecca is the Telepharmacy Regional Site Lead (Huron Perth Healthcare Alliance, Alexandra Marine & General Hospital, Brantford Community Healthcare System). Her current post requires the management of a team comprised of 26 pharmacists, the development of training program for both NW and HPHA Pharmacists, OCP Hospital Inspection Readiness Assessment, and Accreditation Canada Readiness Assessments.
Previously, Rebecca has held numerous posts a Pharmacist and staff Pharmacist. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy at the University of Toronto.
Her Professional Memberships include:
• Ontario College of Pharmacists,
• Society of Critical Care Medicine
• Canadian Society of Hospital Pharmacists
• Project Management Institute
• Waterloo-Wellington Region Pharmacists Association
Imran Ahmad – Partner at Miller Thomson LLP
Imran Ahmad a Partner in the Toronto office and leads the cybersecurity and data protection law practice at Miller Thomson LLP.
As part of his cybersecurity and data breach practice, Imran works closely with clients to (i) develop and implement practical pre-breach mitigation strategies (e.g., advice on risk assessments, compliance , due diligence, risk allocation, security and data breach incident preparedness) and (ii) post-breach response by engaging with regulators, law enforcement and providing representation in case of litigation.
Imran was sits on the Canadian Advanced Technologies Alliance’s Cyber Security Council. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Ontario Bar Association’s Privacy and Access to Information Law Section. Imran was also recently appointed to the National Cyber Security Leadership Council on Youth and Education of the Information and Communications Technology Council. Prior to his call to the bar, Imran was a political advisor to Lieutenant-General the Honourable Roméo A. Dallaire (Ret’d), Senator, and clerked for Justice Edmond P. Blanchard at the Federal Court of Canada and Competition Tribunal in Ottawa.