The CSAE Ottawa-Gatineau Network delivers value to members through its many education, professional development and networking opportunities and events. The Ottawa-Gatineau Network includes professionals from a variety of associations, as well as business leaders representing organizations serving the association market.
The Network can be reached by phone at 416.363.3555 ext. 245 or by email at email@example.com. Yowali Kabamba, the Network Administrator, provides support to the Network Executive and Committees.
We are always looking for committed individuals to join our team. More information on what the role of Council Member entails can be found here.
If you are interested in rolling up your sleeves to improve the local member experience with CSAE Ottawa-Gatineau, are willing to contribute your time, talent and leadership skills, while having some fun along the way, please complete this application form.
Questions? Email Yowali Kabamba, CSAE Manager, Network Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CSAE O-G Mentorship Program
Watch our two-minute mentorship video for more information on the program.
CSAE O-G Charity of Choice
CSAE Ottawa-Gatineau is pleased to support the Caldwell Family Centre. Learn more.
What’s Brewing Ottawa-Gatineau!
Watch past session recordings of What’s Brewing Ottawa-Gatineau! here.
CEO Roundtable Series
Association Executive Directors and CEOs have specific responsibilities and are sometimes isolated from other staff. Having access to a network of peers to talk to is often what bring these individuals to CSAE. The new CSAE Ottawa-Gatineau CEO Roundtable Series aim at addressing their specific needs by hosting events for association Executive Directors and CEOS made by association Executive Directors and CEOS.
Check out our Events Calendar for the next session!
Climate Change and Association Leadership in the New Decade
One year ago just before the COVID-19 lockdown, CSAE Ottawa-Gatineau held a popular session on the role associations can play to help their members address climate change. On the anniversary of that session, CSAE Ottawa-Gatineau is pleased to share the resources that were developed:
- Environment and Climate Change Canada’s (ECCC) presentation on climate change in slides you are welcome to use in presentations to your members
- ECCC’s slides they used at the session (note that the Federal Government has since updated its climate plan)
- Summary of the workshop and discussion including a climate change checklist for associations
- CSAE September 2020 article on the topic, which includes a link to additional resources