Mississauga’s city manager joins CCPPP board

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Paul Mitcham, city manager and CAO at the City of Mississauga was elected to the Board of Directors for the Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP) for the 2021-2022 term.

The CCPPP is a member-based organization with broad representation from both the private and public sectors. Members work to enable innovative, sustainable approaches to developing, maintaining and operating infrastructure to enhance quality of life for Canadians.

“Paul has played an integral part of Mississauga’s development into a dynamic global city and brings to the CCPPP more than 30 years of public sector knowledge, leadership and experience,” said Mayor Bonnie Crombie.

“With Mississauga’s critical infrastructure worth $13.6 billion, I am pleased we have a seat at the table to contribute our voice to the important discussions and positioning regarding building and funding inclusive, accessible, resilient and thoughtful infrastructure.”

View a full list of the current board members and learn more about the CCPPP.

Mitcham is head of the city’s leadership team consisting of four commissioners and directly oversees strategic communications & initiatives, internal audit and legal services. Mitcham has more than 20 years of experience as a strategic leader, planner and facilitator.

Mitcham holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and Engineering from the University of Toronto, a Masters of Business Administration from McMaster University and is a Certified Professional Engineer in Ontario.

Established in 1993, CCPPP is a national not-for-profit, non-partisan, member-based organization with broad representation from across the public and private sectors. Its mandate is to collaborate with all levels of government, Indigenous communities and the private sector to enable innovative, sustainable approaches to developing, maintaining and operating infrastructure that achieve the best outcomes and enhanced quality of life for Canadians.

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