Big Cities, Big Ideas with Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi
October 21, 2014 | By Public Policy Admin |
This event will be moderated by Mark Stabile, Director of the School of Public Policy & Governance.
His Worship Mayor Naheed Nenshi
Mayor Naheed Nenshi is currently serving his second term and is Calgary’s 36th mayor.
During his first term in office, Mayor Nenshi’s leadership resulted in many positive changes in Calgary to build better communities, keep Calgarians moving, and transform government to reinforce a culture of constant citizen-focused improvement at The City of Calgary.
Prior to becoming mayor, he was Canada’s first tenured professor in the field of nonprofit management at Mount Royal University’s Bissett School of Business and a trusted business advisor to corporate leaders in Canada and the USA.
His real passion is to make cities, especially Calgary, work better. He’s the lead author of Building Up: Making Canada’s Cities Magnets for Talent and Engines of Development and has long put his ideas to work in Calgary.
Mayor Nenshi grew up in Calgary and has lived and worked in cities around the world before returning home. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce Degree (with distinction) from the University of Calgary and a Master in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, where he studied as a Kennedy Fellow.
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BCBI is a series that features global leaders in urban and regional planning, policy, and finance presented in partnership by
- Institute on Municipal Finance and Governance;
- School of Public Policy & Governance;
- Martin Prosperity Institute;
- Department of Geography and Planning;
- Innovation Policy Lab;
- Global Cities Indicator Facility; and
- Urban Strategies
October 21, 2014
7:00pm to 8:15pm
Desautels Hall (second floor), Rotman School of Management
105 St George St