Elizabeth Rhodenizer is the Chief Information Officer (CIO) of the Public Service Commission of Canada (PSC). Elizabeth is the PSC’s Diversity and Inclusion Champion for Women and sits on the Board for the not-for-profit association DPI (dpi-canada.com) as Director of Strategy and Partnerships. Elizabeth has been honored as one of Canada’s Top Women in Cyber Security in 2020. She has previously sat on the advisory board of a Silicon Valley start-up and is a member of the CIO Strategy Council and the CIO Association of Canada. She holds a Bachelor of Computer Science from the Technical University of Nova Scotia (Dalhousie) and an Executive MBA from the University of Ottawa.
An opportunity for open dialogue around relevant themes. The FWD50 Topic rooms bring the conversation to our attendees. Each room will be hosted by curated experts, promoting open, collaborative and productive conversations around pre-determined themes. Pick the theme that’s of interest to you and start talking!
The Code for Canada fellowship is about more than just delivering new digital products and services; the program is designed to simultaneously build digital capacity in the public service. Meet three past fellowship partners and learn how the fellowship impacted their teams and how they approach their work.