Giselle Jean Baptiste

Senior Director, Digital Services Branch

Public Services and Procurement Canada

Giselle Jean Baptiste is a Senior Director in the Digital Services Branch at Public Services and Procurement Canada. In her current role she leads the Next Generation Travel Program which is creating a user-centric business travel service for the Government of Canada. Giselle is passionate about improving the user experience in government services and has over 20 years of experience leading projects and initiatives at various government departments such as Global Affairs Canada, Treasury Board Secretariat and Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada. Giselle holds a Masters of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Ottawa.

Sessions

The Code for Canada Fellowship: Executive learnings on digital transformation

03/11/2020 16.00 - 16.30

Executive Track: Leadership (APEX)Channel 1Breakout session

Code for Canada’s fellowship program is cross-sector collaboration in action; teams of three fellows from outside of government are embedded in the public sector, where they work side by side with public servants to create new solutions to old problems. Come meet senior leaders from Code for Canada’s partner agencies, and learn how they fostered a more digital culture in their agencies — one...

FWD50 Topic Rooms

04/11/2020 16.30 - 17.30

Topic RoomFWD50 Topic RoomsTopic room

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!

Where are they now? Past fellowship partners

09/11/2020 15.35 - 15.55

Code for Canada ShowcaseChannel 2Breakout session

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.