PD Week 2015 DAY 2 Wednesday, November 25, 2015 The Aspiring Leaders Network proudly presents: Shaw Centre - Room 215 16:30 - 19:30 Open to ALL! TICKETS ON SALE NOW Maximum Capacity: 100 Tickets available for purchase on-line only until Friday, November 20th. Guest Speakers: KEVIN PAGE, Chairholder of the Jean-Luc Pepin Research Chair on Canadian Government at the University of Ottawa, and the first Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) MARTIN RUBENSTEIN, Chief, Audit and Evaluation Executive and Integrity Officer, Transport Canada KEVIN PAGE, Chairholder of the Jean-Luc Pepin Research Chair on Canadian Government at the University of Ottawa, and the first Parliamentary Budget Officer (PBO) Kevin Page is the current Chairholder of the Jean Luc Pepin Research Chair at the University of Ottawa. He was Canada's first Parliamentary Budget Officer from 2008 to 2013. He has 27 years of experience in the federal public service including senior positions at all three central agencies. He is married and the father of 3 children. He has a Master's degree from Queen's University. MARTIN RUBENSTEIN, Chief Audit and Evaluation Executive, Office of Audit, Evaluation and Advisory Services, Transport Canada Martin Rubenstein has more than 10 years of public sector experience in audit, evaluation and risk-based management. Since the beginning of 2014, he has held the position of Chief Audit and Evaluation Executive of Transport Canada where he is responsible for providing the Deputy Minister and the Associate Deputy Minister with insight on the effectiveness and adequacy of departmental risk management practices, controls and governance processes, and on the effectiveness of TC policies and programs. Prior to joining Transport Canada, Martin worked with the Canadian Institutes of Health Research, where he served as chief audit executive since 2011. He spent a number of years in private practice before joining the public service in 2004 as an audit manager for Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada. After a brief stay in 2008 as director, Internal Audit at Carleton University, he returned to the public service in 2009, assuming the role of director, Internal Audit for Natural Resources Canada. He is a graduate of Carleton University.