M’wale has more than 10 years of experience in both qualitative and quantitative research with a wide range of clients. As a data collection specialist, he has developed a solid expertise as a researcher working in many different sectors of activity. M’wale is well-known for his strategic data collection and his marketing vision. After graduating from Concordia University in Montréal and beginning his career in market research at the Bureau of Professional Interviewers in 1998, M’wale continued his career at The Logit Group, one of Canada’s largest data collection firms, before founding Public Domain.
Youri Rivest is currently a vice-president at CROP Inc – the largest independent market research firm in Canada. He has had extensive experience over the past 18 years with designing and executing research programs that respond to a wide range of business and market challenges. Youri formerly founded EspacePublic – a public opinion firm based in Montreal, Canada. His client portfolio included the Office of the Leader of the Opposition (provincial), Sobeys and Desjardins. Youri was also an associate with Praxicus Public Strategy in Ottawa, Canada where his main client was the Prime Minister’s Office. Youri has particular expertise in public affairs. He has been an advisor to various political campaigns.
Brent has a background in media, journalism and communications. Brent returned to The Bahamas in 2005 after completing a Communications BA (Hons.) at McMaster University Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. After working for the Atlantis Resort as a Call Center Coordinator, Brent became a print news journalist. He has worked for each of the three national daily newspapers of The Bahamas – The Tribune, The Nassau Guardian and The Bahama Journal – reporting on a variety of news areas including Parliament and politics. Brent’s media experience also includes work as a broadcast journalist at Jones Communications, which includes JCN TV and Love 97 FM, and as a radio anchor at Star 106.5 FM and a television reporter with Cable 12 Newsbreak.