The School of Public Policy & Administration hosts at least one career panel annually featuring our alumni and other special guests, including our Federal Executive Public Servant in Residence.
Students have the opportunity to ask questions about careers at different levels of government (federal, provincial, municipal) and beyond, learn about relevant application and selection processes, and get tips on how to develop a competitive edge. Our alumni provide frank advice and shed light on the incredible diversity of work in the public sector along with the implications of this work for society more broadly. Whether one is seeking entry into the public sector or looking to advance their careers further, this event is a great opportunity to keep up-to-date with recruitment trends in the sector.
Careers in Government: Meet our Alumni and Executive in Residence
October 29, 2020
- Khadeja Elsibai | BPA Class of ‘20, MPPAL Candidate
Bankruptcy Analyst, Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy
- Andrew Farah | MPPAL Class of ‘17
Senior Policy and Program Advisor, Ministry of Children Community and Social Services
- Jennifer Lai | MPPAL Class of ‘20
Research and Policy Analyst, Regional Municipality of York
- Orelie Di Mavindi | MPPAL Class of ‘19
Assessment Officer, Courts Administration Service
- Tasha Oommen | MPPAL Class of ‘19
Program Coordinator, Ontario Public Service
- Rory O’Connor | Executive in Residence
Associate Regional Director General, Indigenous Services Canada, Atlantic Region