Kulvir Singh Gill is a gifted facilitator and strategist with over twenty years of experience in innovation, strategy, and sustainability.
Working as a management consultant, Kulvir leads international projects across multiple industries, including mining, oil and gas, heavy industrial, banking, retail, and media. He has designed and delivered dozens of corporate strategy retreats, multi-stakeholder working sessions, and leadership programs around the world. He also spent seven years working with a leading Canadian mining company and now serves on several corporate boards.
Kulvir is passionate about serving his community. He is a co-founder and board chair of the Seva Food Bank in Mississauga. He also serves on the boards of the William Osler Health System, the Empire Club of Canada and is the board chair for the Sikh Research Institute. Kulvir is a recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal and anAction Canada Fellow. He holds a B.Sc. and a B. Comm. from the University of Calgary and holds the Institute of Corporate Directors Director designation (ICD.D). Kulvir lives with his family in Brampton, Ontario.
Kulvir Singh explores the institution itself, from Guru Nanak Sahib to Guru Gobind Singh Sahib finally merging into the eternal dual personality of Guru Granth Sahib - Guru Khalsa Panth.
Trump. Modi. Climate Change. Brexit. Syria. It seems like the world is on fire and getting worse. Leaders out of control. Economic and social inequalities spreading. Human rights being trampled. Morals and principles taking a back seat to profit and power. However, the more things change, the more they stay the same. Our Gurus tackled these same challenges head-on with their pens, strings, and swords. This webinar will explore how we as Sikhs can develop a relevant and impactful Guru-inspired response to the world’s problems.
The Sikh Cast host, Manpreet Jassal, speaks with SikhRI's Executive Director Kulvir Singh. Having recently left Panjab amidst a worldwide lockdown, Kulvir compares his experience leaving India to returning home in Canada. But, a deeper conversation ensues on taking the time to work on oneself as a Sikh and helping others explore their Sikhi.