Summit Speaker Profile: Craig Killough

Canadian Government Executive is pleased to have Craig Killough, vice president of Organization Markets with the Project Management Institute (PMI), speaking at our CGE Leadership Summit on February 25 at the Ottawa Convention Centre.

Killough’s talk is titled The Leader’s Role in Strategy Execution and, given that he has more than 40 years of business and leadership experience, he should have plenty of material to draw on.

Killough is no stranger to thinking strategically. He has served as an officer aboard nuclear submarines in the United States Navy and has a Bachelor of Science from the United States Naval Academy.

In his current role at PMI, Killough is responsible for Organzation Markets, which involves promoting the value of projects as well as program and portfolio management. He and his group integrate PMI’s resources by supporting the development of stronger relationships with organizations. This includes standards, global business, and government relations, as well as account management with the Global Executive Council, Alliances and Networks, and business units in India, China, Australia, and the United Kingdom.

Prior to joining PMI, Craig was the Executive Vice President of Global Operations with General Physics Corporation providing engineering and technical services in the energy, manufacturing and public sectors, and Vice President Systems Engineering and Licensing with Cygna Energy Services providing engineering services in the nuclear electric power industry.

If you would like to learn more about the Canadian Government Executive Leadership Summit please go to our summit website.

Jeff Mackey

Jeff Mackey is an intern with Canadian Government Executive, Vanguard and WRLWND magazines. Before joining us, Jeff worked with the Canadian Press in Toronto and Metro News in Regina. Now, back in his native Ottawa, Jeff is excited to cover everything from the public service and the military to today’s modern technology.


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