Henry Fong, P.Eng., MBA, PMP, CSM

Henry Fong

Henry Fong , P.Eng., MBA, PMP, CSM

Partner

Henry is a Partner within MNP Digital based out of Richmond Hill. With more than two decades of experience, Henry brings expertise in both business strategy and tactics to his role. He is passionate about project delivery and helping his clients achieve their goals and make their business better.

Prior to joining MNP, Henry was a founding partner of an information technology firm providing project management and architecture services to some of the biggest names in corporate Canada, and to government organizations in Ontario and Alberta. He also worked as a technology manager and consultant in a wide range of industries.

Henry has a Computer Engineering degree from the University of Waterloo, an MBA, and a number of IT industry certifications.


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