School of Policy Studies

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School of Policy Studies

Social Cohesion Reflections : Is the glue that binds us changing?

Marian Campbell Jarvis

Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet, Social Development Policy
Privy Council Office

Thursday February 1, 2018


Marian Campbell Jarvisi, February 1, 2018 [image]

 

Marian Campbell Jarvis

Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet, Social Development Policy
Privy Council Office 

Abstract:  What societal shifts have occurred and how much do they matter to Canada? What new considerations do policy makers now have to reflect upon?

Biography:   

Marian Campbell Jarvis was appointed Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet, Social Development Policy at the Privy Council Office in October, 2017.

From 2013 to 2017, Marian held the post of Assistant Deputy Minister, Lands and Minerals Sector, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan) where she was responsible for the Geological Survey of Canada, economic and market analysis on mineral development, explosives regulation, green mining science and technology, logistical support for researchers in Canada’s High Arctic, and the Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Program. Prior to joining NRCan, Marian developed strategic policy at Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, Health Canada and the Privy Council Office

Marian holds an undergraduate degree in Canadian Studies (Carleton University) and a Master’s degree in Public Administration (Queen’s University).