Jodi White

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Jodi White
6th Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister
In office
June 25, 1993 – November 4, 1993
Prime Minister Kim Campbell
Preceded by David McLaughlin
Succeeded by Jean Pelletier
Personal details
Political party Progressive Conservative

Jodi White was Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister's Office under The Right Honourable Kim Campbell in 1993. She previously held the post of President of the Public Policy Forum, an independent, national, non-profit organization with a mandate to promote better public policy and better public management through dialogue among leaders from the public, private, labour and voluntary sectors. White is also the first woman in Canadian history to lead a national election campaign. She directed the 1997 national election campaign of then Progressive Conservative Party of Canada leader Jean Charest. [1] White also sits on the board of directors for the Canadian International Council.

On July 1, 2013, White was named a Member of the Order of Canada.[2]

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