UPDATED ON: Tuesday, May 01, 2001
Canadian Commercial Corporation:
Vice President, Corporate Strategy
From The Globe and Mail
Mr. Douglas Patriquin, President of the Canadian Commercial Corporation (CCC), is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Emechete Onuoha as Vice President, Corporate Strategy.
Mr. Onuoha will be responsible for overseeing CCC’s government and industry relations, corporate planning, information technology strategy, marketing and communications.
Mr. Onuoha brings a wide range of public sector experience to his new position. Prior to joining the Canadian Commercial Corporation, Mr. Onuoha served as Chief of Staff and Policy Advisor to the Minister of National Defence. Mr. Onuoha has also served as: Special Assistant for Trade and Consultation Policy in the Office of the Minister for International Trade, and Legislative Assistant to the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transport. Mr. Onuoha is a graduate of political science at McMaster University where his studies included international relations, foreign policy, and public administration.
Headquartered in Ottawa, the Canadian Commercial Corporation is an export sales agency, wholly owned by the Government of Canada, with a mandate to assist in the development of trade between Canada and other nations. Since 1946, the CCC has helped thousands of Canadian companies sell over $30 billion worth of products and services in more than 100 countries around the world. Specializing in export sales to foreign governments, CCC helps Canadian exporters win sales on improved terms, through its unique government-backed guarantee of contract performance.