CalculatedPolitics.com is administered jointly by Christopher D’Angelo and Paul Jorgenson.
Between us, we have nearly 20 years of experience in quantitative analysis as well as four university degrees with specializations ranging from engineering to international relations to Canadian politics. Individually, we have each served as consultants for a wide variety of different clients in the public sector, the private sector and the non-profit sector.
Originally from Thunder Bay, Ontario, Christopher D’Angelo moved to Toronto after finishing his undergraduate studies in chemical engineering at the University of Waterloo, in Waterloo, ON, where he graduated with distinction and Dean’s Honours. Christopher is a licensed Professional Engineer, and is employed in the field of industrial automation, where he focuses on improving industrial processes. In addition to his career, Christopher recently completed a Masters of Business Administration at the Schulich School of Business – York University, in Toronto, graduating in the summer of 2015.
As one of the co-founders of Calculated Politics, Christopher brings close to ten years of experience in applying statistical analysis to solve everyday problems, and is passionate about Canadian politics. Outside of Calculated Politics, Christopher is also interested in applying statistical analysis to many other fields, including sports and investing. He also enjoys spending time outdoors, where he can be found running, cycling and barbecuing.
Christopher resides in Toronto, Ontario.
Paul Jorgenson, B.A., M.A.
Originally from Thunder Bay, Ontario, Paul Jorgenson moved to Ottawa after completing his pilot’s license in Winnipeg. He went on to earn his Bachelor and Master’s degrees, both in political science, with specializations in Canadian politics, international relations and media studies.
Paul has ten years of experience in the non-profit and public sectors having served in senior leadership, communications and policy roles. Has has served as the head of communications for a national environmental charity and served as the lead Question Period coordinator for the Public Health Agency of Canada’s Centre for Immunization & Respiratory Infectious Diseases. In his career, he has worked with numerous federal departments, crown corporations and independent agents of Parliament and currently serves as a strategic communications consultant working with federal government clients.
From 2008-2014, Paul served on the Hull—Aylmer NDP riding association executive, eventually rising to the position of Vice President.
Paul resides in Ottawa, Ontario.