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October 15, 2021

Henry Lim, Toronto Hydro

This profile is part of a series in support of Take Our Kids to Work Day on November 3, 2021. Launched in 1994, Take Our Kids to Work Day is the most recognized career exploration event in Canada. With the pandemic continuing to change how students learn, the 27th annual Take Our Kids to Work Day presented by RBC Future Launch will be back with a virtually delivered look at the world of work for Grade 9 students across Canada.
 
This year’s theme – You Belong Here! – will expose young minds, as they enter their first year of high school, to a wide range of careers reflecting the full diversity of students, interests and the future world of work.
 
To learn more and register, go to takeourkidstowork.ca. 

Job title:

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?

A. 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.
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