ITAC Member Event with Ontario’s First Chief Digital Officer, Hillary Hartley
Thursday, September 21, 2017
Ontario’s Change Mission in a Digital Age
In today’s world, people expect government services to be as simple, seamless and intuitive as streaming a show on Netflix, shopping on Amazon or booking a vacation through Expedia. To meet public expectations, innovative public sector organizations are applying user-centred methodologies and modern technologies to radically transform the design and delivery of services. Ontario has become a North American leader in the global movement to improve the online experience for people and business. In an up-close fireside chat, Ontario’s first Chief Digital Officer, Hillary Hartley, will speak to the ethos behind the organizational transformation underway in the provincial government, and how the Ontario Digital Service plans to collaborate with both internal and external partners to advance the mission of making government simpler, faster and better.
|DATE||Thursday, September 21, 2017|
|TIME||9:00 am Registration and Continental Breakfast
9:30 am – 10:30 am – Hillary Hartley Presentation / Q&A
|HOST AND LOCATION||SAS Canada
5th Floor – 280 King Street East, Toronto
Denise’s cell : 647-520-0946
|COST:||Member Only Event – Book ticket as space is limited
$50.00 per person
Hillary is the Chief Digital Officer for the province of Ontario. As the Deputy Minister for Digital Government, she leads the Ontario Digital Service, a team of designers, developers, and product specialists tasked with making government digital services easy for the people of Ontario. Previously, Hillary was the Deputy Executive Director of 18F, the U.S. government’s digital office, and a former Presidential Innovation Fellow. She was also previously the Director of Integrated Marketing at NIC Inc., which helps state and local governments embrace new internet-based technologies and approaches necessary for government modernization. She has extensive expertise in technology, digital strategy, design thinking, and public engagement. As Ontario’s Chief Digital Officer, she will partner with government ministries in delivering major digital projects. Hillary will also help accelerate transformation across government by setting new service standards for digital products, attracting and empowering digital talent, and aligning partners around delivering the best possible customer experience.
Thank you to our Host Sponsor
Vice President of Marketing
SAS Canada & Latin AmericaAndrew brings over 20 years of senior management experience in marketing leadership roles as well as a variety of corporate marketing functions including product management, product marketing and communications and marketing operations.
He has worked on global programs in his previous roles at Microsoft and has a solid understanding of the global model we are moving towards in marketing including the integration of shared services capabilities.
Andrew’s previous roles included the Head of Marketing for Microsoft Canada and most recently SVP Marketing for a B2B SaaS start-up Igloo Software where he had responsibility for designing and executing their global demand generation strategy.