The Financial Management Institute of Canada - Halifax Chapter's next professional development session is on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 entitled "A Discussion of Accountability in the Public Sector" with Bruce Hennebury, Senior Director, Communities Culture and Heritage. Senator Elizabeth Warren describes, government as is simply a collection of things that we the people have decided to do together - what that means for accountability? What does that mean for Nova Scotia ? What does this mean for Nova Scotia public service and Nova Scotians? Please see below for Bruce's bio.
The morning learning session will take place the Brightwood Golf and Country Club, 227 School Street, Dartmouth from 9:00 - 11:30 a.m. with registration beginning at 8:30 a.m.
Membership with fmi*igf provides reduced rates for professional development workshops, on-line access to the fmi*igf Journal and the opportunity to be eligible for a draw that provides free registration and travel subsidy of $1,500 to a national fmi*igf event. Another benefit of membership is the Chapter's Annual Scholarship for a member or dependent of a member in a full time study at univeristy or community college. Details are available on the Chapters web page at www.fmi.ca
To register for this event go to www.fmi-igf.ca. Space is limited, so register early to avoid disappointment, deadline for registration is Friday, October 28th.
Looking forward to seeing you on the 2nd!
If you have questions, please do not hesitate to contact Angela at 897-8920.
Bruce Hennebury, Senior Director, Communities Culture and Heritage
Province of Nova Scotia
Bruce Hennebury is a public servant with over 30 years’ experience. He has held a number of senior positions throughout the Nova Scotia government in Finance, Treasury and Policy Board, Economic and Rural Development and Communities Culture and Heritage. He has extensive experience in policy, finance, budgeting, economic development, accountability, governance and administration. He is currently a Senior Director at the department of Communities Culture and Heritage with the Province of Nova Scotia with responsibility for policy as well as the provincial gaming strategy. A Chartered Professional Accountant, Bruce also holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration (Management) from Dalhousie University as well as a Bachelor of Commerce from Saint Mary’s University. He has been teaching public sector comptrollership and accountability at Dalhousie in the MPA and MPA(M) programs since 2002. He enjoys fly fishing and curling and is actively involved in the local ringette community as a Level 3 referee. He has also served on volunteer boards. A native Nova Scotian, Bruce lives in the Halifax area with his wife and has two grown children.