Join us on February 15th for a conversation addressing the diverse spectrum of incoming talent in the public sector. This dynamic panel will feature senior executives and an emerging professional exploring how to empower the next generation of Black professionals.
Hear what industry leaders are doing—and what governments should be doing—to pave pathways that fuel professional development, foster equitable opportunities, and connect budding Black professionals with the means that will help them flourish. Sharing stories from their career journeys, speakers will dive into their unique perspectives and strategies on cultivating a prosperous atmosphere in which young Black professionals can thrive. There will also be an opportunity to engage with the panel by asking questions to explore varying angles.
Date: Monday February 15th, 2024
Time: 1:00pm – 2:00pm ET
Carlene Alexander, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Infrastructure and Ministry of Legislative Affairs, Ontario Public Service
Michelle Maragh, Director General, In-Person Operations, Directorate in the Citizen Service Branch, Service Canada
Faith Babalola, Project Manager, Project Management Unit, Strategic Management Branch, Ministry of Social Services, Government of Saskatchewan
Yao Ahonda, PCH/Director, IDEA Office, Corporate Secretariat, PCH., Government of Canada
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