Ajay Chopra
Principal

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Prior to forming his own consulting firm, Ajay Chopra worked as an advisor to a federal cabinet minister and for one of Canada’s leading government relations firms. He brings over 15 years of government and public relations experience working with various levels of government, First Nations and Aboriginal communities as well as the media to Chopra Consulting Group (CCG). An effective strategist with experience managing national and grassroots campaigns. Ajay specializes in supporting clients with their government and media relations needs, business development, fundraising and event management.

Ajay assists clients across a wide range of industries including the mining and IT Procurement sectors. Over the years, he has created a niche in developing public relations campaigns for Canada’s First Nations.

Clients recognize the energy and dedication Ajay brings to resolving their issues, going the extra mile to get optimal results and effectively linking them to decision makers and influencers.

Ajay is actively involved in the community including serving as a volunteer member of the Ontario Campaign Cabinet of the friends of the Canadian Human Rights Museum, and as a member of the Canadian Stage Theatre Gala Committee. In 2010, Ajay co-founded and launched the Toronto Chapter of the Network of Indian Professionals. In 2009, he served as the North America Conference Chair for the Network of Indian Professionals and Vice-President for NetIP North America.


Ajay Chopra

Ajay Chopra
Principal

Prior to forming his own consulting firm, Ajay Chopra worked as an advisor to a federal cabinet minister and for one of Canada’s leading government relations firms. He brings over 15 years of government and public relations experience working with various levels of government, First Nations and Aboriginal communities as well as the media to Chopra Consulting Group (CCG).

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Rob Kang

Rob Kang
Vice-President

Rob Kang has a strong background in business development and real estate, and as a successful business owner. Rob worked in Ottawa for the Minister of Industry and then worked for Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Canadian Heritage before joining the Minister of Infrastructure’s Office in the role of Special Assistant for the West and North.

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Scott Serson

Scott Serson
Associate, Ottawa

Scott Serson joins CCG following a distinguished career in the public service spanning three decades. Scott received the Public Service Outstanding Achievement Award for his efforts in the field of social justice and his commitment to public service leadership.

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Jonathan GoldBloom

Jonathan GoldBloom
Associate, Quebec

Jonathan has worked in communications and public relations for over 30 years. His primary focus has always been on issue and crisis management, providing strategic advice and support to community institutions, from universities to hospitals and schools, as well as many private sector clients.

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John Watson

John Watson
Associate, British Columbia

John Watson has extensive experience as a senior executive in the federal public service gained over thirty years with a particular expertise in aboriginal issues, federal provincial engagement and innovative policy approaches.

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Ayush Katyal

Ayush Katyal
Associate Consultant, Manitoba

Ayush Katyal is a graduate of International Business from Red River College, Winnipeg MB (2013).

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Niels Krist

Niels Krist
Research, Marketing and Policy Analyst

Niels Krist is a student at the University of Leiden in The Hague, Netherlands, majoring in International Studies.

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