Rudyard Griffiths is Chair of Ontario 360, a policy network organised out of the Munk School that develops “demand-driven” research, analysis, and recommendations to support economic growth and productivity in the Province of Ontario. He is also the co-founder and Chair of The Munk Debates, Canada’s premier international debate series. Griffiths is the executive director of The Hub, an independent charitable initiative dedicated to reporting on and analysing policy issues for the broader public. He is the past president and founder of his own think tank, The Dominion Institute, and currently advises some of Canada’s leading private foundations.
Griffiths is the author of the 2009 Globe and Mail book of the year, Who We Are: A Citizen’s Manifesto and has edited over twenty collections of essays on Canadian and international political and historical themes. He has been a columnist with the Toronto Star and the National Post as well as a television anchor on BNN, CTV News Channel and Bloomberg TV Canada.
As a Senior Fellow at the Munk School of Global Affairs & Public Policy, Griffiths will continue his deep engagement the policy issuing driving the public conversation through his work on Ontario 360 initiative and our program in public leadership.
Updated July 2023