Isaac Kinsella is a Research Consultant for Crestview Strategy based in Toronto.
Isaac is responsible for conducting in-depth interviews, drafting proposals and writing reports on a myriad of critical issues across every sector in Canada. Isaac provides crucial insight into public policy and public opinion research informed by his work experience in comparative politics.
Before joining Crestview Strategy, he worked as a Policy Analyst for National Affairs at the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) where he conducted qualitative, and quantitative research to develop policy positions and recommendations based on member feedback and direction. Isaac met with senior government officials, policymakers and stakeholders to address the concerns of small-medium enterprises (SMEs).
He was involved in over 8 years of higher-level research and policy analysis with a focus on politics and cybersecurity. Isaac graduated from Western University with an honours specialization in Political Science. He continued his studies, receiving a Master of Arts in Political Science, specializing in International Relations. His thesis explored practical improvements to Canada’s National Cyber Security Strategy (NCSS) using a comparative approach to the Australian model. Isaac also has a minor in German Language & Culture.