"In today’s ever-changing business environment, companies must learn to be more agile and innovative. They must have the courage and expertise to think differently, to try new things, to push themselves out of their comfort zone in order to deliver on their brand promise and remain relevant to all stakeholders."
A proven, results-oriented, entrepreneurial business leader, Michael has a passion for helping to build great companies. He is a strategic, critical thinker who partners with his clients to develop effective, executable solutions to complex challenges and opportunities. As a Managing Partner at Level5 Michael leverages his strong cross-functional business acumen developed across various industries to help clients achieve desired outcomes.
At Level5, Michael’s core areas of focus include:
- Organization transformation
- Corporate strategy development
- Change management
- Post-merger integration
- Strategic planning and facilitation
- Strategy implementation
Michael is committed to giving back. As a Board Member of the Helping Hands Jamaica Foundation, he is passionate about enhancing the education of underprivileged children throughout Jamaica. He is also an Advisory Board Member at the Morrissette Institute for Entrepreneurship (Western University) and an Executive in Residence, helping aspiring entrepreneurs at his alma mater.
Michael loves spending time with his family, enjoying the outdoors at the cottage, on the golf course, on the water slalom skiing or wake surfing, or on the slopes carving on his edges.
Michael brings more than 25 years of transformation, innovation, consulting and technology leadership experience to his role at Level5. Before joining Level5, Michael was a seasoned entrepreneur having co-founded and lead two technology companies (MyThum and Kahuso), spearheading their successful exits before joining a leading global management consulting firm where he played a lead innovation role in the firm’s mid-market practice.
Michael received both his HBA (Business Administration) and MBA from the Ivey Business School, Western University