Interim Vice-President (Advancement) - Communications
Corey Hogan leads communications, alumni and community engagement efforts for the University of Calgary as one of the two Interim Vice-Presidents in the Office of Advancement.
Joining the University of Calgary in March 2020, Hogan has been responsible for institutional communications, brand and communications infrastructure and university publications. He is a member of the Covid-19 crisis management team.
Prior to joining the University, Hogan served as head of government communications under Alberta Premiers Rachel Notley and Jason Kenney. Other past leadership roles have included National Director of Engagement Strategies for global consulting firm Hill+Knowlton and Chief Strategy Officer for communications technology firm Northweather.
In his work at the University and in other professional roles, Hogan has encouraged a rigorous, data-driven approach to communications and management, and the application of psychology, data science and technology to communications challenges.
Hogan is an active volunteer, having served on the board of the Calgary 2026 Olympic bid corporation, the Premier’s Task Force on Market Access, and numerous local boards and associations. He is an award-winning pundit and regular CBC panelist.
Hogan holds an MBA from the Ivey Business School at the University of Western Ontario.