Hosted by Civic Tech Toronto, City of Toronto staff who work in technology services share an overview of some of City Council’s priorities, providing an update on Toronto's Digital Infrastructure Strategic Framework.
Members of the City of Toronto’s Connected Community’s team:
Nabeel Ahmed (he/him) is a Management Consultant in the Technology Services Division at the City of Toronto. His work focuses on the City's Digital Infrastructure Strategic Framework and initiatives to advance data governance at the City.
Hamish Goodwin (he/him) is a Registered Professional Planner with expertise in public policy at the intersection of Intelligent Communities, Urban Planning, and Municipal Regulation.
Alex Lougheed (he/him). Alex is a technology and digital government advisor. Prior to joining the City, he worked for the Ontario government where he helped found their digital government and digital innovation unit initiatives.
Michel Mersereau (he/him). Michel’s work focuses on the role of the internet in facilitating the delivery of public and essential services, and the broader civic policy implications emerging from social-technological interdependencies. He’s also a sessional instructor at the University of Toronto’s iSchool.
Please take this short 7-question survey where you can tell us how we are doing and how we might do better. This survey is anonymous. Your feedback will be used to improve the KM4S.ca website. Thank you for your feedback! (click on the screen anywhere (or on the x in the top right corner) to remove this pop-up)
Leave a Reply