Two leading experts are joining the City of Brampton.
Bob Seguin will serve as a special advisor to the Chief Administrative Officer on economic development strategies. He has extensive experience working closely with business and community partners on practical initiatives that achieve meaningful economic benefits. His background includes prominent positions such as Assistant Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Economic Development and Trade. Seguin begins with the City on September 8 and will work alongside Bob Darling, Director of Economic Development, to drive new opportunities for innovation and investment for the private sector in Brampton.
Patrick Moyle joins the City as the Interim Commissioner of Corporate Services. He has extensive executive-level experience in municipalities across the GTA and Ontario, including the City of Burlington, Halton Region, and the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO). Moyle will be helping to modernize the City’s financial and procurement practices and to recruit permanent leaders who have achieved nation-wide recognition for innovation in these areas. He will begin with the City on September 12.
“We have heard from Council that economic growth and investment are priorities and we recognize that, to achieve the trust of the business community, we need to be more business-like as an organization,” said Harry Schlange, Chief Administrative Officer. “Bob and Patrick have established strong reputations as experts in their fields who can inspire us to think bigger about the future in the City of Brampton.”
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