Nathan Carr is one of Canada's leading public affairs professionals with expertise in government relations, strategic communications, advocacy campaigns. He leads Apollo's strategic communications and government relations practice.
His sharp advice and innovative tactics have helped publicly-traded companies, professional associations, unions, and charities secure their objectives with government media, and the public. He has more than a decade of experience working at the intersection of politics, business, and media.
Nathan has advised executives on Bay Street, helped send politicians to both Queen's Park and Parliament Hill, and has been trusted to execute some of the largest political advertising campaigns in Canada.
Prior to founding Apollo, Nathan led public affairs and government relations campaigns as a Vice President at a prominent international public affairs firm, and rose through the ranks at two other Ottawa and Toronto-based government relations firms over the course of fifteen years.
Nathan is a graduate of York University, where he studied political science, and Algonquin College where he studied public relations.
Jennifer Arp leads Apollo’s consulting and advisory practice, drawing on her decades of experience as a charity and non-profit leader, consultant, and former elected official.
Prior to joining Apollo, Jennifer was the Interim President & CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada, and served as a Vice President at the organization. Jennifer has also served as the Interim Executive Director of Speech and Debate Canada.
Jennifer is also a trusted consultant, and previously served as a principal consultant at a prominent Toronto-based political and strategic consulting firm.
In addition to being a consultant and non-profit leader, Jennifer is a former elected official and political advisor. She was elected as the Vice-Chair of the Toronto District School Board, the largest school board in Canada, and served as an advisor and community liaison for Federal and Provincial Cabinet Ministers.
Jennifer is a graduate of the University of Waterloo’s Political Science Program, and holds a Master’s degree in International and Intercultural Communication from Royal Roads University.