Hunter Doubt is a Director and member of the Transportation, Infrastructure and Communities team based in Global’s Ottawa office. He develops and executes government relations strategies focused on clients in all modes of the transportation industry, as well as those interested in infrastructure funding, trade, procurement and tourism related issues. He provides advice on all aspects of regulatory, legislative and policy development.
Hunter joined Global Public Affairs in 2016 after completing his Master of Political Management from Carleton University. Prior to this, he worked part-time with a member of parliament, both on election campaigns and in their constituency office in London, ON. Hunter also holds a Bachelor’s (Hons) of Political Science from Huron University College at Western University.
He currently serves as the Corporate Secretary on the Board of Directors of the Government Relations Institute of Canada, the national association representing both government relations and public affairs professionals from all sectors. In addition, he is also serving on the Board of Prime Ministers’ Row, a registered charity working to transform Ottawa’s Laurier Avenue East and its environs into Canada’s first street museum. Previously he served for two years on the Organizing Committee of Lawn Summer Nights Ottawa, a charity focused on supporting cystic fibrosis research.