Dr. Amanda Clarke

Assistant Professor, Carleton University

Amanda Clarke is an Assistant Professor at Carleton University’s School of Public Policy and Administration. Her current research and writing spans digital government, public sector reform and civic technology. From 2010-2014, Amanda was a Trudeau Scholar, an Oxford University Press Clarendon Scholar, and a Doctoral Fellow of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Amanda completed a doctorate in Information, Communication and the Social Sciences at the University of Oxford in 2014

My Sessions

Government service design: Bringing government into the digital era

Room 112 Tabaret Hall, University of Ottawa

Leadership and culture for a connected, collaborative public sector This breakout will focus on the changing assumptions about the relationship between citizens and their government: how to bring citizens’ insight and expertise into the conversation, how to bridge gaps and create partnerships, and how to burst the “Ottawa bubble” when it comes to designing and […]

Government Service Design

Closing Plenary: Moving forward with inclusive research and policy

Room 112 Tabaret Hall, University of Ottawa

The closing panel will serve as an opportunity to reflect on the day and consider what the next steps for the research and policy community should be. Panel: Amanda Clarke, Assistant Professor, Carleton University Fenwick McKelvey, Assistant Professor, Concordia University Gabrielle Fayant, Co-founder and CEO of A7G, Independent Youth Advisor to Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations […]


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This Canada 150: Conneted Canada conference was supported by a Canada 150 Connection Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada


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