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Manager, Architecture Standards & Business Innovation
In high school, I would have been voted most likely to:
engineer a technology you see in Star Trek
The skills I rely on most in my role are:
Computer technologies, problem solving, communication, critical analysis, financial acumen
Q. How do you come up with solutions to complex problems?
Problem-solving is a vital part of my role at Toronto Hydro. Before coming up with solutions, it’s important that I truly understand the root cause of a problem to ensure that any solutions I come up with will address the true underlying issue.