The Lawrence Centre Faculty and Fellows oversee the research, teaching and outreach activities of the Centre in keeping with the its focus on digital innovation, physical infrastructure, and trade.
Romel Mostafa is a faculty member of Business Economics and Public Policy at Ivey Business School. His primary research focuses on economic growth, industrial development and technological change. His research has been published in leading management and policy journals and featured in media outlets such as CNN, Chicago Tribune and The New York Times.
Executive In Residence
Richard Dicerni recently retired as the Deputy Minister, Alberta Executive Council and Head of the Alberta Public Service. Prior to accepting this position in October 2014, Mr. Dicerni was Adjunct Research Professor at the Ivey Business School and sat on various boards.
Before joining Ivey, Stephanie worked for nearly a decade in Ottawa on Parliament Hill. She held positions both in government and opposition, working with Members of Parliament and Cabinet Ministers to advance change. Stephanie holds a Bachelor of Social Sciences degree in International Studies and Modern Languages, which she earned bilingually at the University of Ottawa.
Amanda joined Ivey in 2018, and has been with the Lawrence National Centre for Policy and Management since 2020. Previously, Amanda worked with a non-profit organization for many years, where she gained experience working closely with local and provincial government agencies. Amanda holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Science, which she earned from Western University.