Nour Kadri is a coalition-builder who works across diverse communities and has a talent for innovation and practical problem solving. He brings deep expertise from government, private and academic sectors to his leadership role.
Kadri teaches at the University of Ottawa in the MBA, Executive MBA, Digital Transformation & Innovation programs. His areas of expertise include artificial intelligence, e-business, governance & ethics, strategic management, “smart cities”, and primary and community health care. He is the President & CEO of Skyline Health Systems and an Advisor to SUKAD Corporation which he co-founded.
"In all my personal and professional endeavours, I have been committed to progressive action, bringing people together, and unlocking their potential."
Central to his vision for Ottawa as an inclusive and livable city are universal access to affordable housing, quality health and human services, effective policing, meeting the needs of diverse communities and an unflinching commitment to equity, anti-racism, and Indigenous reconciliation. An innovative Ottawa will leverage the robust engineering, science and governmental communities to deliver high tech jobs, sustainable infrastructure and service delivery.
"I believe in an open, citizen-centred approach to good governance - fiscal responsibility, service delivery, accessibility, and equity for underserved communities."