Mr. DiCapua is responsible for research on a variety of domestic and foreign interest groups in addition to assisting the CEO and supporting the development of research papers. He has assisted with WTO dispute settlements in Country of Origin labelling (COOL). He has been supporting counsel and conducted research for anti-dumping investigations by the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and injury inquiries before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT).
Andrew was selected to be a part of the Gen Y Inc. talent network, which is comprised of young leaders across the country in specific fields. He is a member of the Globe and Mail’s Student Advisory Council, which is comprised of students selected to contribute to developing columns about post-secondary education and to provide insights into the challenges of today’s education system.
At Queen’s, Andrew was Vice President of the Arts & Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS). He was responsible for managing the Society’s operations and $1.5 million budget. He managed a team of 8 full-time staff and 1,500 volunteers. Andrew also has various leadership roles at Queen’s.