As of 2018, Jacob Korenblum had switched his professional focus from non-profit management to the public and private sectors. Korenblum oversaw the creation of Ontario's digital policy from 2018–2021. He was responsible for helping the Ontario Digital Service create regulations that facilitated the delivery of simpler, faster, and better digital services to Ontarians, notably the COVID services that eventually became standard nationwide.
A 2004 alumnus of the University of Toronto, Korenblum holds a BA in International Relations from the school. Korenblum received a Fellowship in Social Entrepreneurship from the Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation at Harvard University in 2005. Korenblum earned his master's from the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 2006. He studied international educational policy and social entrepreneurship for his Master of Education.
Korenblum has contributed to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and served as an advisor to the UNESCO Pearson Digital Literacy Project. Also, from 2016-2018, he was a part of the advisory council for the Global Youth Economic Opportunity Summit.
Jacob Korenblum has been a strategic advisor to The Global Citizens' Initiative for almost four years. This is a worldwide organization whose members work together to promote human rights, sustainability, climate preservation, conflict resolution, and other humanitarian purposes.
Korenblum's continued interest in international social concerns is reflected in his enthusiasm for sharing his entrepreneurial expertise and his passion for helping local company owners and communities.