ReMix: Leading an Innovative BC Public Service has ended
Join over 400 BC Public Service senior and executive leaders and select external guests for a two-day conference in Victoria focused on leading public sector innovation. At ReMix, you can expect a diverse line-up of presenters and facilitators and a variety of sessions including plenary keynotes and workshops, interactive breakout options, and open dialogue in The Hive (next to the turntable).

View the full agenda and choose your preferred sessions here on Sched but go where your innovative heart leads you on Feb. 4-5. Hint: if your heart leads you to a limited capacity session, get there early.

  • The Champions: These curious and courageous folks are passionate about innovation and would love to talk to you about it at ReMix. Any one of them can answer a question, share a story, or hook you up with a notepad.
  • The Buzz Zones: Visit all ten Buzz Zones to learn more about innovative work happening across the BC Public Service including behavioural science, who’s doing digital, new approaches to policy making and much more. 
  • The Hive: A gathering space for informal dialogue with 15-20 participants and host(s). If you visit the Hive, prepare to get real with your colleagues on some of the challenges (and opportunities) facing our organization.    

ReMix isn’t your average conference. Come with an open mind and leave a more innovative leaderl
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Stephanie Papik

Public Safety & Solicitor General & Emergency B.C.
Director, Indigenous Relations and Partnerships Engagement, EMBC
Stephanie Papik is of Inuit and Irish descent. Stephanie was born in Akaitcho Territory in the Northwest Territories and raised here in Lkwungen territory. Stephanie earned an Honours Degree in Science, with distinction, at the University of Concordia in Montreal, Quebec. Building bridges between Inuit, Metis, First Nation and non-indigenous people has been a passion that has carried her through her life and career.
For six years Stephanie developed leadership skills in Indigenous youth, Supervisors and Mentors as the Program Lead for the Indigenous Youth Internship Program. Through this work, she has been recognized as a Champion for Diversity and Inclusion in the Public Sector by BC Inclusion Works. Stephanie then moved on to the Priorities and Accountability Office in the Office of the Premier where she had the opportunity to support cross government initiatives in the resource sector. Stephanie is now working for both Emergency Management BC and Forest, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development, as Director for Indigenous relations and Partnerships Engagement. Her role is to assist in the cross-government, coordinated approach for the review and planning for implementation of the recommendations contained in the Abbott/Chapman Report in preparation for future wildfires and floods.