Ottawa -March 11, 2013
Paul Grod has been once again named as one of the top 80influencing Canadian foreign policy by Embassy Magazine, a prominent Ottawa-based publication. Congratulations to Paul for his efforts in supporting Canada on the international stage!
“It is always nice to be recognized for our efforts on behalf of the Ukrainian Canadian community,” stated Grod. “This type of recognition acknowledges the work that we have done on issues of importance to the Ukrainian Canadian community. It re-affirms that the hard work of our branches, committees and member organizations is making a difference with Canada’s top decision makers.”
For more information see: Embassy Magazine
Paul Grod is CEO of Rodan Energy a leading smart grid company. Paul has been President of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress since 2007 and Vice President since 2001. During his tenure as UCC President, Paul has successfully ensured that Ukraine was a top foreign policy priority for Canada, negotiated the recognition of Canada’s first national internment operations and establishment of a $10M endowment by the Government of Canada, and ensured that Canada recognized the Holodomor as a genocide of the Ukrainian people.
He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and holds a Bachelor of Political Science degree, a Bachelor of Laws degree and a Master of Business Administration degree. Paul is married and has four young children.
For more information about the Ukrainian Canadian Congress see www.ucc.ca