Craig Hughson is an experienced professional with a comprehensive understanding of government and politics, and an extensive network of contacts at both the provincial and federal levels. Mr. Hughson is able to provide strategic government relations insight and advice to his clients.
Jennifer Arp has extensive experience working with community organizations and various stakeholders. Jennifer also has a wide range of government experience at the Federal and Provincial level including managing community relations for a Federal Cabinet Minister and Special Advisor to the Minister of Government Services.
David Zimmer is the former Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation (2013 – 2018) and a four-term member of the Ontario Legislature. He has the distinction of being the longest serving Minister responsible for Indigenous Relations.
Tina Rosenstein has more than twenty-five years of experience in marketing and strategic planning and has conducted hundreds of focus groups and interview programs throughout North America, Europe and the Pacific Rim.
Bob Yuhasz brings over thirty years of political activism to the Aurora team. His work spans municipal, provincial and federal arenas and includes election campaigns, government engagement and public relations.
Chris Collins is the former Speaker of the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly and former Minister of Local Government. As a three term Member of the Legislature for Moncton, Collins has served in various roles from Government Whip to Chair of the Provincial Wellness Strategy to Cabinet Minister.
Jaipaul has shaped a career following his curiosity and by seeking opportunities to do engaging and impactful work. He is experienced at creating new technology, products, innovative businesses, and unique service offerings that lead to growth and sustainability.
Passionate about social impact, Paroyan has provided strategic counsel and created integrated communications and advocacy campaigns in Canada and internationally for leading organizations across various sectors and industries including: arts and culture, education, government, food and agriculture, healthcare, consumer, lifestyle, travel and tourism.
As MPP for Northumberland and Quinte West from 2003-2011 and 2014-2018, Lou served as Parliamentary Assistant in several Provincial Government Ministries including Public Infrastructure Renewal; Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and Municipal Affairs and Housing.
As a staffer at Queen’s Park, Jeff led communications efforts and issues management as the press secretary for the Minister of Northern Development and Mines. Most recently, he worked at Toronto City Hall working as a senior advisor to a City Councillor on communications, stakeholder relations and community engagement.