Graham Fox has been President and CEO of the IRPP since April 2011. He brings to the organization a decade of executive-level experience in the fields of politics and public policy.
Prior to coming to the IRPP, Graham was a strategic policy adviser at the law firm of Fraser Milner Casgrain, and is a former vice-president of the Public Policy Forum. In politics, Graham contested the 2007 Ontario general election as a candidate in the constituency of Ottawa-Orléans. He was chief of staff to the Rt. Hon. Joe Clark, and adviser to members of Parliament in the House of Commons.
A policy entrepreneur, Graham’s research interests include parliamentary reform, democratic renewal and citizen engagement. He holds an undergraduate degree in history from Queen’s University, where he was a Loran scholar, and a master’s degree in political science from the London School of Economics.