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Corey Peck

Corey Peck

Expert-in-Residence
Operations & Strategy

About Corey Peck

Areas of Expertise:

  • Operations
  • Management Systems

Corey is a Founder, Global Chief Operating Officer, and multi-award-winning Entrepreneur with experience leading companies and teams with offices in New York, London, Los Angeles, Mumbai, Copenhagen, Shanghai, Toronto, and other major cities. Since 2012, he’s grown teams of employees and global creator networks from 2 to over 7200 while leading organizations he’s co-founded to become Great Place to Work® Certified™ three years in a row. He has been recognized as Emerging Entrepreneur Of The Year, Top Under 30, a 40 Under 40 Finalist, Marketing Agency of The Year, Top 50 Marketing and Advertising Companies, and is recognized on the Profit 500 list and three times in a row on both the Financial Times “The Americas’ Fastest Growing Companies” list and the Report On Business’ “Top Growing Companies” list.

Corey holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Toronto Metropolitan University’s world-renowned Radio and Television Arts program and multiple Professional Certificates from both Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School in the fields of Change Management, Negotiation, Leadership, and Management (of People, Process and Organizational Learning); from Stanford University in Leading Collaborative Teams; and from MIT in Dynamic Business Process Design. In addition, he is Six Sigma Champion Certified (SSCC)™, a Certified Lean Six Sigma Green Belt. He has an IM&A and CPMI designation from the internationally recognized Institute for Mergers, Acquisitions and Alliances (IMAA). Corey is certified and experienced in integrating IT and Business Operations across organizations, including implementing ERP systems and preparing for SOC 2 Type II and ISO 27001 audits. He’s been an Advisor with NEXT Canada, a Mentor with TMU’s Tri-Mentoring and FCAD Career-Builder programs, a founding member of xoTO, a member of the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television, and an EOS™&nb.