Team and Collaborators

Marc Brouillette

Principal Consultant with Strategic Policy Economics, 
  • Authored several studies on Ontario's electricity supply mix and climate chaneg impacts
  • Active participant in Canadian nuclear science and technology strategic issues
    • Acting as Financial and Nuclear Advisor to NRCan on AECL restructuring
    • Supporting Nuclear Leadership Forum Action team on innovation
    • Moderated CNA 2012 conference panel on Innovation


Marc is the Principal Consultant and founder of Strategic Policy Economics.

Marc has been practicing strategy consulting for over 17 years and has 16 years of prior industry experience. His practice has been focused on addressing multi-stakeholder issues stemming from innovations in policy-driven regulated environments. Marc has helped inform federal and provincial government decision makers addressing strategic issues in gaming, science and energy policy. 

Marc’s consulting career has included the Strategy and Transformation practice of CapGemini Ernst & Young, leading his own practice, Strategic Gaming Innovations, where he helped reform the Charitable gaming industry across Canada, a Partner with SECOR Consulting, Canada’s largest independent strategy boutique, where he was the Ontario Sector lead for Energy and Gaming, and led the development of SECOR’s perspectives on Ontario’s energy sector, and now is the Principal Consultant with Strategic Policy Economics.

Marc specializes in framing, facilitating, developing business cases and business models, and negotiating multi-stakeholder public/private agreements for innovations in policy driven regulated environments. Marc’s expertise spans across several industry sectors including aerospace, utilities, health care, gaming and telecommunications. Marc has negotiated the associated contract relationships involving domestic and/or international stakeholders working directly with both federal and provincial ministries, crown corporations and regulators, as well as with the private sector, municipalities, and non-profit organizations.

Prior to his career in strategy consulting, Marc helped develop and negotiate, on behalf of Canada, the international agreements defining Canada’s contribution to the International Space Station Program, how design reviews would be conducted, risk would be managed and how domestic suppliers to the  international space agencies would interact.

Marc holds a BASc from University of Waterloo and an honours MBA from the Schulich School of Business.