|Job Title:||Performance Audit Trainee|
|Employer:||Office of the Auditor General|
What makes you a good mentor?
As a recent graduate I enjoy remaining connected to the university, enjoy meeting new people, and continuing my ongoing learning in Economics. As a volunteer of an alumni group, collaborating with students and student groups provides a way to pass on knowledge and build a social and professional network.
About Glen Barber
Glen is a graduate of the BA and MA program of Carleton’s Economics Department. Glen concentrated in Finance, and was interested in political economy and monetary policy and macroeconomics.
Currently, Glen is an employee of the Federal Government, where he has worked at Employment and Social Development Canada, Shared Services Canada, and will be working at Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat going forward. Glen has been working in the fields of Project Management, Risk Management, and Audit and Evaluation.
During his time at Carleton, Glen was the President of Carleton’s Economics Society, and is still actively involved as an Alumni volunteer with the newly formed Economics Alumni Chapter.
In his spare time, Glen likes to exercise at the Carleton gym, play soccer, eat out and try microbrews, read the Economist, volunteer at local music concert festivals, and pursue career development.