Marc Landry is the City Manager for the City of Moncton, NB, a position he has held since April 2017. From 2008-2017, he was the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) of Beaumont, AB, a community located in the Edmonton Metropolitan Region and named as the fifth fastest-growing community in Canada. Prior to that, he was the CAO of Bouctouche, NB, where he worked for 5.5 years. At the time, he was recognized as the youngest person to occupy a CAO position in the country.
Mr. Landry holds an MBA from the University of Moncton and has completed the Seniors Executive Institute Program at the University of Virginia. He was selected as one of 230 Canadians to participate in the Governor General’s Leadership Program. He has also successfully completed the International City Managers (ICMA) Leadership Program and served on the ICMA Board of Directors as one of the International Vice-Presidents.
Mr. Landry has been involved in extensive international work. He assisted communities in Louisiana following hurricanes Katrina and Rita, as well as worked with city managers in South Africa, Mozambique and Swaziland. During his time in Beaumont, the organization received a Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Award of Excellence for its outstanding international work. Mr. Landry continues to be involved on a number of projects and initiatives at the regional, provincial, national and international levels.