Dustin Pike has extensive background in the public sector, having worked with the federal and provincial governments for 15 years, primarily on business investment. This entailed managing complex, multi-stakeholder projects, enabling him to develop considerable skill in building relationships, balancing interests, and achieving results that align with and support strategic business goals.
15 years’ government experience in economic development, policy and international trade
Industry expertise in agriculture and agri-food, energy, cleantech, infrastructure and manufacturing
High skilled in stakeholder engagement and project management, organizing and attracting key players in government and industry at the national and international level
Strong business capabilities including team leadership and development, business development, strategic market research and analysis, priority and risk management
Extensive background in policy and program development, project planning and implementation, negotiation and conflict resolution
Prospect Development Manager and International Investment Attraction Officer for the Saskatchewan Ministry of Trade and Export Development
Policy Advisor and Director of Regional Affairs for Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz, P.C., M.P.
Agriculture and Agri-Food
Energy and Clean Tech
Education & Certifications
Master of Administration in Leadership from University of Regina’s Kenneth Levene Graduate School of Business
Bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Athabasca University
Diploma in Business Administration from Lakeland College
Fourth Class Power Engineering Certificate from Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)