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CAUT Staff Appointments

CAUT Staff Appointments

Marcel Roy
Meeting & Event Planner 
Marcel joined CAUT in January 2017. He is a graduate from the hotel and restaurant management program at Algonquin College and a certified meeting planner. He brings a wealth of corporate event planning experience from a variety of previous positions, including in the catering and conventions department at the Westin Ottawa, and most recently as meetings coordinator with the Canadian Bar Association, where he planned and managed 50 to 75 events annually. Marcel replaces Nancy Gordon, who retired in December after a remarkable 37 years with CAUT.

 

Lisa Keller
Communications Officer

Lisa KellerLisa is an accomplished communications professional with two decades of experience in research, writing, editing and production for major-market Canadian daily newsrooms such as the Vancouver Sun, the CBC and CTV television news. She has also provided strategic communications advice to NGOs, and most recently the Government of Canada. Lisa holds a journalism degree from Carleton University and a LLB degree from the University of Manitoba. Lisa started with CAUT in March 2017, and replaces Angela Regnier, who resigned from the position in September to pursue other opportunities.

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