Member of Parliament John Nater was profiled in a recent edition of the Hill Times in a story entitled, “How a Farm Boy from Logan Township Became One of the Biggest Procedural Nerds in the House.”
Nater graduated with a Bachelor of Public Administration and Policy Management (BPAPM) in 2007 and, after he served on his local municipal council, worked as a public servant at the Treasury Board Secretariat and Correctional Service of Canada. He also completed a master’s in public administration from Queen’s University. The Conservative member was elected as the MP for Perth-Wellington, Ontario in 2015.
He remains active in the Bachelor of Public Administration and Policy Management program as a mentor to current students.
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