Adriana Vega

Fellow, Canadian Global Affairs Institute Senior Manager, International Government Affairs, Scotiabank

Adriana Vega is Senior Manager of International Government Affairs at Scotiabank. Adriana previously worked at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce as Director of International Policy and as Executive Director of the Canadian Services Coalition. Adriana has held various roles in the public and private sectors internationally with a focus on trade. Before joining the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, Adriana led the policy and advocacy department at the UK-India Business Council in London, UK. Earlier, she worked with Canada’s Department of Global Affairs at the Canadian Embassies in Beijing, China and Mexico City. Ms. Vega holds a Master’s degree in International Affairs by The Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) at Carleton University in Ottawa.

FellowInstitut canadien des affaires mondiales 

Directrice principaleAffaires publiques et gouvernementales, Banque Scotia  

Adriana Vega est directrice principale des affaires gouvernementales internationales à la Banque Scotia. Adriana a travaillé auparavant à la Chambre de commerce du Canada à titre de directrice des politiques internationales et de directrice générale de la Coalition des services canadiens. Adriana a occupé divers rôles dans les secteurs public et privé à l’échelle internationale, plus particulièrement dans le domaine du commerce. Avant de se joindre à la Chambre de commerce du Canada, Adriana a dirigé le service des politiques et de la défense des intérêts du UK-India Business Council à Londres, au Royaume-Uni. Elle a auparavant servi au sein du ministère des Affaires imondiales du Canada aux ambassades du Canada à Beijing, en Chine et à Mexico. Mme Vega détient une maîtrise en affaires internationales de la Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA) de l’Université Carleton à Ottawa. 

My Sessions

The Other Side of Canada’s Global Engagement: The Role of Businesses in Global Development

Room 118

Register for this session   This panel, which features three panellists who are directly engaged in international trade, will share their perspectives on how the private sector can help promote development abroad. They will exchange on the opportunities and barriers, their own global footprint, and how their corporations can help generate more business in the […]