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Committees and Volunteers

We would like to thank the following individuals for helping CSAE Trillium provide excellent education and networking opportunities for our members.  


2018-19 PDX Committee
Cindy Gonsalves, Chair, Consulting Engineers of Ontario
Maddy Marchildon, Vice-Chair, Redstone Agency Inc.
Andy Bush, Bush Marketing
Korinne Collins, Canadian Credit Union Association
Cheryl Gateman, BMO Financial Group Institute For Learning supported by Dolce Hotels & Resorts
Feiona Gobin, CAE, Niagara Falls Business Events
Rebecca Harris, CAE, Ontario Association of Residences Treating Youth
Kevin Jackson, bizZone inc.
Danielle Russell, CAE, Air Cadet League of Canada, Ontario Provincial Committee
Lydia Sani, Redwood Performance Group
Heather Terrence, Pinpoint Governance Group
Rozalyn Werner-Arce, CAE, Therapeutic Recreation Ontario

 

2018-19 Membership Committee
Penny Connors, Ontario Association of Certified Engineering Technicians and Technologists, Vice-Chair
Marion Tripp, Human Resources Professionals Association, Vice-Chair
Christine D’Costa, Dieticians of Canada
Sophie Doukas, Grant Thornton
Karen Dowhan, CMP, Tourism London
Mark Haan, Canadian National Migration and Naturalization Association
Jeff Hanlan, Ontario Trial Lawyers Association
Ronda Kellington, Acupuncture Canada
Gilles Latour
Saskia Martini-Wong, CAE, NFP Performance Improvement Corp.
Martha McKay, Westin Resort Whistler
Patty MacPherson, CMP, Canadian Investor Relations Institute
Jane Meng, Motorcycle and Moped Industry Council
Stephanie Pimental, Ontario Library Association
Kerry Siegel, Executive Search Alliance
Paulette Vinette, FASAE, CAE, Solution Studio Inc.

 

2018-19 FORUM Editorial Committee

Sandra Moniz, CMP, Meetings + Conventions Calgary, Chair
Amanda Cormier, CAE, Canadian Anesthesiologists' Society
Doug Duke, Essentient Association Management
Rebecca Harris, CAE, Ontario Association of Residences Treating Youth
Christine Halfkenney-Zellas, Canadian Association of Critical Care Nurses
Robert, Pye, Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters
Sherry Lucia, Tourism Hamilton
Karen Sadler, Canadian Corporate Counsel Association
Kendra Shimmin, CIP, CAIB, Insurance Brokers Association of Canada 
Darryl Andree, Brand Blvd

 

2018 Audit Committee

Randi Glass, CAE, CMP, Canadian Defence Lawyers, Chair

Steve Carroll, CAE, The Portage Group

Cindy Gonsalves, Consulting Engineers of Ontario

 

2018 Nominating Committee

Valerie Browne, CAE, College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, Chair

Carol Ann Burrell, CAE, Association Executive

Steve Carroll, CAE, The Portage Group

Saskia Martini-Wong, CAE, NFP Performance Improvement Corp.

 

2019 Summer Summit

Randi Glass, CMP, CAE, Canadian Defence Lawyers, Chair
Cheryl Gateman, BMO Financial Group Institute For Learning supported by Dolce Hotels & Resorts, Vice-Chair
Troy Allan, Four Points by Sheraton Mississauga Meadowvale
Oksana Buhel, CAE, Motorcycle and Moped Industry Council
Carol Ann Burrell, CAE, Association Executive
Melanie Carr, Hockley Valley Resort
Karen Dowhan, CMP, Tourism London
Leya Duigu, International Conference Services
Donna Dydynski, Homewood Suites by Hilton
Patricia Farrugia-Watson, Nottawasaga Resort Inn
Khadijah Jamal, Absolute Conferences and Events
Lori Hamel Johnson, Westmont Hospitality Group
Rebecca Harris, CAE, Ontario Association of Residences Treating Youth
Nina Howell, Silver Hotel Group
Kris Knox, Hilton Mississauga/Meadowvale
Pamela Laite, Fredericton Convention Centre
Diane Lee, CAE, Ontario Real Estate Association
Penny Marrett, CAE, Addiction Services for York Region
Danielle Russell, CAE, Air Cadet League of Canada, Ontario Provincial Committee
Lesley Smith, CAE, Association Executive
Cynthia Sum, Ontario Real Estate Association
Marion Tripp, Human Resources Professionals Association
Paulette Vinette, FASAE, CAE, Solution Studio Inc.
Tina Wakeford, Caesars Windsor
Denise Wiese, TAP Resources

 

2018 Awards & Recognition Dinner

Christine Charnock, CAE, Chair

Nadya Ali, Holiday Inn Toronto Yorkdale

Kristie De Giorgio, Holiday Inn Toronto Yorkdale

Feiona Gobin, CAE, Niagara Falls Business Events

Mary-Frances Gingras, CMP, Hilton Worldwide

Cindy Gonsalves, Consulting Engineers of Ontario

Don Leddy, Beanfield Centre/Enercare Centre

Bill Manahan, Promobuzz

David Stempowski, Holiday Inn Toronto International Airport

Heather Terrence, Pinpoint Governance Group

Robert Thompson, AV Canada

Heather Tyrrell, CAE, Water Environment Association of Ontario

 

2018 Holiday Dinner

Natalie Wallace, CAE, Redstone Agency Inc., Chair

Bill Manahan, Promobuzz, Vice-Chair

Katelyn Bernard, Vintage Hotels

Anita Bhamra, Westmont Hospitality Group

Rosanna Brifoglio, International Centre

Christine Charnock, CAE

Feiona Gobin, CAE, Niagara Falls Business Events

Nina Howell, Silver Hotel Group

Kelly Kane, Marriott Hotels of Canada

Don Leddy, Beanfield Centre/Enercare Centre

Felicia Mongelli, The Westin Harbour Castle

Alice Parnis, AV Canada - Ottawa

Nichola Royle, Canadian Niagara Hotels

Susan Saganski, CMP, Marriott International

David Stempowski, Holiday Inn Toronto International Airport

Ovelina Stovell, Canadian Niagara Hotels

Robert Thompson, AV Canada

 

2019 Winter Summit

Lori Hamel Johnson, Westmont Hospitality Group, Chair

Rebecca Alexander

Nicole Bechkos, Niagara Falls Hilton

Michael Bell, MediaEdge Publishing

Karen Dowhan, CMP, Tourism London

Doug Duke, Essentient Association Management

Jennifer Eddings, Tourism Waterloo

Frances Gervasio, White Oaks Resort

Feiona Gobin, CAE, Niagara Falls Business Events

Rebecca Harris, CAE, Ontario Association of Residences Treating Youth

Kris Knox, Hilton Mississauga/Meadowvale

Don Leddy, Beanfield Centre/Enercare Centre

Lesley Smith, CAE, Association Executive

Kathy Tavares, Sheraton Centre Hotel Toronto

Lisa Marie Upton, Niagara Falls Business Events

Floriane Vallery, Holiday Inn Burlington

Paulette Vinette, FASAE, CAE, Solution Studio Inc.


Volunteer Organization

CSAE Trillium is a volunteer-based network of CSAE. CSAE Trillium operates programs for its members by its members. The Council, through its various committees, is responsible for achieving and completing the objectives as outlined in the strategic plan. The Council and volunteers are expected to be active participants in the affairs of the Network.  Executive Director Tracy Blyth, CAE  provides strategic, governance and management support to complete the activities of the Council and Committees.

If you would like to volunteer, please download the Volunteer Guide and the Volunteer Application Form.

2019 CSAE Trillium Award Winners

INVOLVEMENT – LEADERSHIP – INNOVATION - ACHIEVEMENT

The recipients of CSAE Trillium's 2019 Awards were announced in October. These four individuals are all outstanding in their commitment to the CSAE Trillium Network and we invite you to join us in celebrating their awards.

CSAE Trillium Service Excellence Award - Executive Member
Rozalyn Werner-Arce,  Therapeutic Recreation Ontario

Rozalyn joined the Trillium Council in 2009 and immediately made very positive and impactful contributions to many committees, culminating in her term as Trillium Council Chair a few years ago.  People describe her as completely unselfish, focused on the well-being of the organization and always very professional, pleasant, delightful, respectful and engaging in her dealings with fellow members and colleagues. 

During her tenure she forged a productive and meaningful partnership with Seneca College’s non-for-profit leadership program.  She believes strongly in building a formal education pathway for tomorrow’s association not-for-profit leaders and based on how Trillium’s relationship with Seneca College has grown and prospered, this awesome initiative will be a lasting legacy achievement among her many contributions to Trillium’s success story.

What she has found most rewarding as a volunteer with CSAE Trillium is meeting interesting people and being a part of delivering member value services (i.e. PDX Events).  Congratulations Roz.




CSAE Trillium Service Excellence Award - Business Member
 Don Leddy, CAE, CEM, Enercare/Beanfield Centre

Don had a gut feeling that getting involved in the community would help him to get to know this world better and enhance his network. If he was going to be involved in something, then he was going to be fully involved and not just part way.  What he found most rewarding as a volunteer with CSAE Trillium are the relationships and the people.  Volunteering with CSAE Trillium has been a way to bring people together and to learn from each other.

Don has been on pretty much every CSAE Trillium committee, either as a chair or as a member.  Most years Don is on four committees, not including his work on the CSAE Trillium Council for four years.

He is always the first to volunteer to take something on and fulfills his obligation.  And just this past year he joined the CSAE Board of Directors.  Congratulations Don. 




Presidents' Award
Cheryl Gateman, BMO Institute for Learning (BMO IFL)

Cheryl is that member volunteer who you cannot help but like and respect. She became a member of CSAE in 2012 and immediately became involved as a Trillium volunteer.  She has been on the PDX Committee for several years, has been involved in the speaker selection committee for Summer and Winter Summits, and served on the CSAE Trillium Network Council for 4 years.  Her years of experience have given her valuable expertise. She is generous with her ideas, modest about her achievements and eager to learn from others.  She is one of those volunteers who says what she means and means what she says. 

She decided to volunteer as she wanted to learn more about the non-profit sector; have a better understanding of what customers needed while building awareness of the brand she worked for. 

She has valued building relationships with members – both Executives and her peers.  Cheryl has found that as chair or Vice Chair of a Trillium committee it is her responsibility to manage the process and find common ground in order to achieve the objectives.  Congratulations Cheryl.



 

 


Circle of Distinction Award
Steve Carroll, CAE, Niagara College

Early in his association management career in Vancouver, one of his colleagues told him that if he was to be successful in association management, he must join CSAE and put his name forward as a volunteer for the organization.  Being young and impressionable, he followed orders and never looked back!

He has been involved over the years with many CSAE and CSAE Trillium councils, committees, working groups, teams, etc. working to build a high-performance organization that is aligned and offering meaningful member value.  CSAE was recently in a period of rapid transition, disruption and innovation, working on evolving and improving its business model.  At times the challenges were difficult and multi-faceted, but he always tried to approach his dealings with colleagues with open-mindedness, respect, positivity, a smile, a sense of humour and a comforting, trusting and disarming style.  Over the years he earned people’s respect, trust and confidence based on the way he treated them.

 

What he has found most rewarding as a volunteer with CSAE Trillium are the people he met, relationships made, connections to colleagues, wonderful experiences shared and a network of friends.  The spirit of collaboration, support for one another and a genuine caring about each other culture that characterizes CSAE Trillium has been incredible!

 

Although he has retired from association management, he continues to give to the community teaching at Niagara College.  Congratulations Steve. 

Criteria

CSAE Trillium Service Excellence Award
The CSAE Trillium Service Excellence Award recognizes a colleague or volunteer who, throughout their career, has demonstrated significant contribution and commitment to CSAE and the profession of Association Management or has made significant contributions in support of Association Management. Recipients of this award are those who have provided leadership, great ideas and inspiration.

CSAE Trillium Emerging Talent Award
The CSAE Trillium Emerging Talent Award recognizes one Executive Member and one Business Member, who, within the first five years of the members’ careers in the association sector, or within the first five years of CSAE membership, has demonstrated remarkable promise as future leaders in the association sector.

President’s Award
The President’s Award is granted at the discretion of the Trillium Council Chair to recognize and celebrate a CSAE Trillium Member who has gone above and beyond the call of duty.

Circle of Distinction Award
The Circle of Distinction Award recognizes an outstanding volunteer who has provided exceptional leadership and exemplary service to CSAE Trillium over a sustained period of time. The award recipient is chosen by the CSAE Trillium Council.

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