Capital Chapter Professional Development (PD) Webinar Series | Stream 4 – Government and Departmental Priorities
STREAM 4 – Session 3:
Public Facing Programs during the Pandemic
Speaker: Martin Krumins, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Public Health Agency of Canada
May 3, 2022
10:00 – 11:30 am
The FMI Capital Chapter has the following exciting, innovative, interactive on-line PD program for the coming Fall-Winter-Spring Season.
Welcome to the Capital Chapter Professional Development (PD) Webinar Series aimed at continuing to support your professional development with practical experience and hands-on advice from leaders in the public sector.
Each traditional PD Day has been converted into a Professional Development Stream organized by themes. We will offer four streams in total. Individual webinar sessions within each Professional Development Stream are spread out throughout the year to make the time commitment easier to integrate with other priorities.
By registering and participating for a mid-season passport you will earn up to 24 PDU credits and also have access to a full recording of the sessions for future reference.
As we transition to a virtual PD Webinar Series, we are offering the following registration options for participants:
|Registration Option||Registration Fee||Registration Link|
|Select a Mid-Season Passport and gain access to all FOUR Streams including all SIXTEEN sessions over the year,||$249||https://www.fmi-igf.ca/|
FMI-CC learning days are structured to include strategic speakers as well as interactive workshops and case studies. These learning events offer thought-provoking, interactive and engaging sessions. Horizontal themes including: Communication, Leadership, Change Agents, Competencies & Results, Technical Skills and Values and Ethics are also addressed.
The FMI-CC professional development program is time well spent in gathering both a strategic perspective and practical tools to take back to the office. This is an excellent way to earn your professional development credits.
Stream 4: Government and Departmental Priorities
We have once again, enlisted engaging speakers to highlight some of the Government of Canada’s key priorities that are of interest to you and your organization in these resilient times. Dynamic senior leaders, will share their perspectives on the various government priorities. The events will feature several exciting keynote speakers throughout the year.
Session 1: October 26, 2021 – Supporting the CFO Community as a Virtual Network (Speaker: Laura Smith Executive Director, Financial Policy & Community Development)
Session 2: February 8, 2022 – Northern Canada
Session 3: May 3, 2022 – Public Facing Programs during the Pandemic (Speaker: Martin Krumins, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Public Health Agency of Canada)
Session 4: June 28, 2022 – SAP Journey
All Times: 10:00 – 11:30 am
Martin Krumins. Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Public Health Agency of Canada
Martin joined the Public Health Agency of Canada in November 2020 as the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. In his current role, Martin is responsible for strategic leadership, stewardship, risk management, control and performance of Agency financial resources. This also includes responsibility for the management of corporate services and for the business transformation of both the financial management and corporate service functions to meet immediate and longer-term business and service requirements during the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Martin also held the position of Executive Director in Program Sector, Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat from April 2018 to November 2020. Martin supported Treasury Board in its role as the management board of the Government of Canada and as the budget office in the government-wide expenditure cycle. In this role, he presented to Treasury Board Ministers directly and responded to their questions in support of Treasury Board Submissions for Health Canada, Public Health Agency of Canada, Indigenous Services Canada, Veterans Affairs Canada, and Crown Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs.
Martin started his career in the Public Service in the Department of Fisheries and Oceans where he held a number of roles across all aspects of financial management, culminating in his role as Deputy Chief Financial Officer.
Martin is a CPA, CMA and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree, specialization in accounting from Carleton University in Ottawa.