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ABOUT

We're D.K. Consultants Inc. and we've been helping companies just like yours write business, technical, and regulatory documents that preserve their institutional knowledge since 2007.  How can we help you today?

Ken Davy, B.A. (Hons)
Founder and President

Ken is an experienced management consultant who offers creative solutions and out of the box thinking.

 

Ken’s experience includes implementing a knowledge retention program that captured critical processes in the areas of Operations and Finance for a 125 year old company, developing a multi-year capital infrastructure strategic plan for a public transportation company, regulatory IT compliance for a communication company, and multi-media communication for an energy utility. Ken has successfully managed complex engineering projects in the field of chemical vapour deposition, natural gas pipeline infrastructure, and optical design. He is experienced in working within complex regulatory frameworks, standards, and specifications. Ken has worked in Canada, Germany, and China.

 

Augmenting this experience, Ken served as a Governor of the University of Toronto for 4 terms and was a Steward of Hart House for 6 consecutive terms. He is a graduate of the University of Toronto’s History Specialist program (Honours).

Dr. Debbie Davy 
Founder and Senior Consultant

Dr. Debbie Davy, PhD brings diverse experience in IT, technical communication, business analysis, and strategic business-focused research in the private and public sectors.

 

She was the first Canadian to have the PhD in Technical Communication and Rhetoric (Texas Tech University, 2017) and has the Master of Science in Technical Communication Management (Mercer University, 2008).

 

This unique combination of applied and theoretical knowledge makes Debbie stand out among her peers as someone who can deliver the “how” and explain the “why”. A Senior Member of the IEEE (elevated 2006), she is the recipient of 4 awards for technical communication, and has been published in peer-reviewed journals.