Jaxson is Head of Marketing at Nudge.ai, a relationship intelligence platform. In the community, Jaxson serves as a host of the #AskAI podcast, a mentor with Techstars, a judge at Venture for Canada, an advisor to Century Initiative, and a member of the World Economic Forum. Previously, Jaxson founded Young Diplomats of Canada, an NGO that engages with the United Nations, World Bank, and G20. He also served on advisory boards with AstraZeneca and The Globe and Mail and was elected to the Peel District School Board. Jaxson is a published author and speaker on technology, education, and policy, including with the International Economic Development Council Journal. Jaxson graduated from Western University as a 3M National Student Fellow and one of Canada's Top 20 Under 20.Profile
Jaxson Khan is Head of Marketing at Nudge.ai, a relationship intelligence platform that helps businesses find and grow the right relationships to drive revenue. Nudge.ai has raised $5M USD and 20,000+ sales professionals manage 50M+ business relationships on the platform. Jaxson is a judge at Venture for Canada and Code for Canada, a mentor with Techstars, and a Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum.
Previously, Jaxson led public relations at Influitive, a marketing software leader, managed product and business development at Paddle, a career technology startup, and coordinated change management at Microsoft. In the civic sector, Jaxson co-founded Young Diplomats of Canada, an NGO that organizes delegations to global summits with the Prime Minister's Office and foreign service. Jaxson has served on advisory boards with AstraZeneca and The Globe and Mail and was elected to serve on the Peel District School Board.
Jaxson has spoken across the world on entrepreneurship, leadership, and policy, including at TEDxEdmonton. He has represented Canada to the United Nations, World Bank, and G20 at global summits including in Istanbul, London, Washington, Kigali, and Azerbaijan.
Jaxson is the co-author of "Urban Tech Sector Growth Drives Economic Resilience" an academic article published in the International Economic Development Council Journal. He also authored a chapter for "2 Billion Under 20” which was a best-seller in Amazon's business leadership section.
Jaxson studied liberal arts at Huron College of Western University, specializing in global development as a 3M National Student Fellow, Lloyd-Carr Harris Scholar, and one of Canada’s Top 20 Under 20.
In 2014, our team at TEDxEdmonton had the pleasure of seeing one of Canada's most outstanding emerging leaders, Jaxson Khan, speak to a crowd of over 400 people. One of the youngest speakers in our event's history, Jaxson delivered, speaking with poise and passion, showing us why our country's future is in good hands. Emerson Csorba, Chair
Queen's Conference on Philanthropy
Jaxson contributed significantly as a panelist at QCOP, using his experience in a variety of endeavours, and interacted well with the other panelists to bring a meaningful discussion to the delegates.Heather Evans, Conference Co-Chair
McMaster Student Leadership Conference
Jaxson spoke at the McMaster Student Leadership Conference in January 2014. His delivery was engaging and fresh and rather than speaking "down" to students, he spoke "with" them. The global experiences he shared left students inspired and with the motivation to "care to catalyze change in their community". Thank you Jaxson for exciting our students to reach out and change the world that they live in. Anna D'Angela, McMaster Students Union
Appleby College Global Leadership Seminar
Jaxson spoke with a select group of grade 12 students pursuing the Appleby College Diploma with Distinction in Global Leadership about the power of youth to affect real and meaningful change in their communities. Drawing from his own experiences, he offered practical strategies for implementing plans of action and tips for overcoming roadblocks along the way. Jaxson was a dynamic speaker and strong facilitator who engaged his audience and strived to connect with each individual in the room. Rob McGuiness, Assistant Head of School, Global Education, Appleby College
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