EXPERIENCE THAT DELIVERS
Patrick Moyle brings considerable public, private and not-for-profit holding leadership positions with a variety of municipalities and municipal organizations, most recently as the Chief Administrative Officer at Halton Region. During his municipal career, Patrick successfully developed and implemented organizational change, launched comprehensive project management systems, improved political/staff relations, recruited key executive human resources, developed practical and measurable strategic plans and initiated an extensive civic panel and web based civic engagement program.
A skilled negotiator and problem solver, Patrick successfully managed in a complex labour environment, resolving disputes with land development interests, ratepayers groups, organized labour, the Province of Ontario, and other stakeholders.
As the former Executive Director of the Association of Municipalities of Ontario (AMO), Patrick has developed an extensive network of civic and provincial contacts, becoming a trusted advisor to the province and a strong advocate for the municipal sector. His government relations skills were put to good use as AMO Executive Director, where he led municipalities in convincing the Province of Ontario for a “New Deal” in the form of new foundation legislation- a modern Municipal Act.
Patrick also advised successive provincial governments on service realignment and the Provincial-Municipal Fiscal and Service Delivery Review. His contribution to public service was recently recognized as a recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Patrick is a registered professional planner with an undergraduate degree in Urban and Regional Planning and is a member of a number of professional development organizations.
Patrick has remained connected to the public, private and not-for-profit sectors through his current and previous terms on a variety of boards, including a hospital, Chamber of Commerce, tourism promotion boards, professional development organizations at the provincial and national levels and most recently as a Board Member of a municipal employer pension organization.Patrick has spoken at many national and provincial conferences on a range of topics including infrastructure financing, governance, political/staff relations, pensions, land use planning, municipal finance, best practices, stakeholder relations and civic engagement.