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Jacky Tweedie (she/her)

Digital Transformation Leader

Jacky Tweedie has more than a decade’s experience working on large projects in the Canadian federal public service. She is viewed by her peers as a leader, and recognized for her achievements by the organizations she’s worked for with numerous awards.

Her superpower is bringing people together to do great work, whether that’s building and launching a portal, standing up an agile multidisciplinary team, or undertaking a policy reset.

She has breadth and depth of experience across key functional areas implicated in digital transformation, including: strategic corporate management practices; evaluation, performance measurement, and risk management.

She is agile by default, whether for product development, project management or governance. She is a champion of service design and lean process engineering, with a relentless focus on results delivery for peoples in Canada.

Jacky Tweedie has a graduate diploma in Public Policy and Program Administration, as well as a Master’s in Cognitive Science, and will, one day, finish that PhD.

Sessions

The digital go bag: essentials for sustainable digital transformation delivery

November 2, 2022  2:35 PM – 3:00 PM
Digital playbooks and strategic plans such as the GC’s Digital Ambition will tell you the what of the work. In this retrospective session, you’ll learn some of the how of the work; designed to help future-proof digital files for when you get handed the keys to a digital file. See more.