Kevin McKague. MBA, PhD Candidate
Kevin is a PhD Candidate at the Schulich School of Business, a Senior Research Fellow with the Institute for Research and Innovation in Sustainability, and a Research Fellow with the Aspen Institute. Kevin has more than 10 years experience as a leader in managing innovative research, education and consulting projects involving sustainable enterprise and international development. Most recently, he has worked on major projects with the International Finance Corporation, The UNDP’s Growing Inclusive Markets Initiative, the International Development Research Centre and the Canadian International Development Agency on issues of sustainable business approaches and pro-poor private sector development.
Kevin is co-author of Creating Sustainable Enterprise Networks and author of a number of award-winning MBA teaching cases as well as author or supervisor for the development of more than 70 case studies of inclusive and sustainable business models.
Kevin has an undergraduate degree from McMaster University in Hamilton, which focused on international development, and an MBA from the Schulich School of Business in Toronto with a specialization in Business and Sustainability. He has worked in Africa, including Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal, Tanzania, Kenya, Sudan and South Africa, as well as in India and Bangladesh.
Kevin is currently a member of the Board of Governors of York University as well as a founding board member and president of the Foundation for Sustainable Enterprise and Development.