Executives-in-Residence

The JSGS Executive-in-Residence program integrates former senior public servants into the academic, research and executive education components of the school. Current executives-in-residence include experts in areas ranging from board governance, to executive leadership, to public administration, to First Nations issues and governance, to innovation policy and social policy.

As part of their role within the school, executives-in-residence co-teach some of the graduate and executive education classes and are available to students for mentoring.

Executive-in-Residence

Picture of  Ken Acton

Ken Acton Executive-in-Residence, U of R

Areas of Interest: Public administration , Board governance , Government structure , Executive leadership and mentorship


Picture of  Ron Crowe

Ron Crowe BA Executive-in-Residence, U of R

Areas of Interest: Public administration , Social policy , Board governance , First Nations issues and governance , Capacity-building in First Nations communities


Picture of  Jennifer Ehrmantraut

Jennifer Ehrmantraut CEC, CPA, CMA, CLYL Executive-in-Residence, U of R

Areas of Interest: Leadership , Strategic planning , Infrastructure planning , Public administration


Picture of  Kevin Fenwick

Kevin Fenwick LLB Executive-in-Residence, U of R

Areas of Interest: Working with and learning from Indigenous cultures , Public engagement in government , Collaborative and interest-based problem-solving , Innovation in government processes and programs


Picture of  Louise Greenberg

Louise Greenberg PhD, MSc, BSc Executive-in-Residence, U of R

Areas of Interest: Public administration , Machinery of government , Food policy and science , Agriculture , Crisis management


Picture of  Jerome Konecsni

Jerome Konecsni MA, BA, BEd, PhD (h.c.) Executive-in-Residence, U of S

Areas of Interest: Innovation - entire spectrum from practice policy , Agricultural innovation , Communications as it relates to Leadership, Management and Governance , Governance , Entrepreneurship , Managing the Supply Chain


Picture of  Jim Marshall

Jim Marshall MA, BA Executive-in-Residence, U of R

Areas of Interest: Public finance , Labour economics , Economics of education


Picture of  Dan Perrins

Dan Perrins BA, BSW Executive-in-Residence, U of R

Areas of Interest: Public administration , Social policy , Machinery of government , Board governance