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Robert Butler (he/him)

Canada Free Agent, Lead Outreach & Engagement Events Digital Credentials, Business Strategy, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat (TBS)

Rob Butler is a dynamic and community-driven professional serving as a Canada Free Agent at the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat's Office of the Chief Information Officer. As a national partnership team member, Rob is helping build outreach and engagement initiatives across the federal government, provincial territories, and industry. Leveraging in-person, virtual, and business intelligence strategies, he plays a crucial role in identifying engagement opportunities for senior leadership and contributes to the group's social media presence.

With a knack for building communities and facilitating meaningful conversations, Rob co-leads and supports initiatives such as OneTeamGov Global and LeadersGC. He has also established a federal community for employees on Twitter through @HiCommunities. Drawing on his intuition and experience, Rob understands the power of collaboration and the importance of implementing micro-actions to drive transformation and create tangible change.

Open to connecting and collaborating with individuals across the Canadian government, FPT, and international organizations; Rob is just a direct message away. His commitment to working in the open and fostering connections align with his mission to make a positive impact.

Alums of:

  • Deputy Minister Office of Public Service Accessibility (Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat)
  • Office of the Chief Information Officer - Digital Enablement (Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat)
  • Benefits and Delivery Modernization (Employment and Social Development Canada)
  • Transformation (Shared Services Canada)
  • The Policy Community Partnership Office (Canada School of Public Service)
  • The HR Council (Employment and Social Development Canada)

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