Ikenna Agu is the head of IDO Digital, a unit in the Inclusion Policy and Programs Branch in the Ontario Public Service. IDO Digital is home to the Digital Inclusion Strategy, an approach intended to innovate the process of communicating D&I initiatives of large organizations centring digital storytelling, media and design as institutional and experiential learning pathways.
Prior to his work in public service, Ikenna was a Creative Director and Senior Producer at two of Canada’s largest media companies, leading talented teams tasked with developing content for television and digital platforms. The University of Windsor and Detroit Film Center alum is also the founder a Toronto-based media and marketing agency.
This panel addresses the why and the how of storytelling across the public
service. Why is it important for government teams to be profiled and have
their stories shared out in the open? How can teams across government
leverage different digital storytelling tools from blogs to podcasts? Learn
from a diverse panel of government storytellers, digital tinkerers and creative
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