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Public Servant in Residence

In partnership with the Government of Canada and the Canada School of Public Service, federal public servants take on visiting positions at our School for a period of two semesters typically.

The Public Servant in Residence is accessible to our students and faculty members through guest lectures in a variety of courses and at different levels of study, participation in career events, collaboration on projects, and provides mentoring to both current students and alumni of our programs. The Public Servant in Residence is typically a mid to senior career public servant with a range of expertise in the work of the federal government across different departments and locations nationally and internationally.

Learn More

If you would like to learn more about this program, please visit the Government of Canada’s Public Servant-in-Residence (PSIR) Initiative.

Public Servants in Residence

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Past Executives in Residence

Rory O’Connor


Anthea English