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Executive Committee (EC) Updates

Upcoming Events

Our Edmonton Branch program for the 2020-2021 program year is now available. Our next few events are:

    • February 1, 2021 – Policies, History and How to be a Part of Change, Amanda Gould
    • March 1, 2021 – Simplifying Virtual Events: Behind the Scenes
    • March 10-11, 2021 – Western Canadian Administrative Conference hosted by the AAP Edmonton, Calgary and Red Deer Branches. Speakers include:
      • David Yuk – An accomplished Program and Project Manager that focuses on organizational transformation, technology integration and organizational alignment.
      • Jeremy Burrows – Author and podcast host of the number 1 Amazon Bestselling book, The Leader Assistant. His passion is to help you lead well and resist burnout.
      • Lauren Sergy – Tackles tough speaking and communication issues with refreshing humor and candor. She is an author of a book entitled The Handy Communication Answer Book.
      • Matt Day – Combines music and comedy to entertain, engage and motivate.
      • Sue Styles – Founder and CEO of her own business school and two-time author of Be Extraordinary – Right Where You Are and The Little Red Stick – What Gets Measured Gets Done. Sue guides solopreneurs to reach the unwavering results they desire.

We remain informed of the COVID-19 pandemic and the recommendations/directives from public health officials. Events may will be modified and/or cancelled.

Past Events

Thank you to our recent speakers!

    • Brian Siddle – Communicating and Marketing
    • Matt Day – A fun-filled evening with inspirational music and an interactive games night.
    • Lisa Gareau – Get Clear & Planning with Vision! (Nov 2, 2020)
    • Kevin Moffitt – Computer Productivity Tips and Tricks (Oct 5, 2020)
    • Linda Crawford – Cultivating Emotional Resilience (Sep 14, 2020)
    • Sarah Stevenson Tweddle – Maintaining Your Competitive Edge

We send big thanks to 2019’s workshop speaker, Michelle Cederberg!

Educational Partners

These educational partners in northern Alberta offer courses that fulfill the CCAP program requirements:

    • Athabasca University
    • Grande Prairie Regional College
    • Keyano College
    • MacEwan University
    • University of Alberta

Visit https://canadianadmin.ca/qaa-designation/educational-partners/ for more information.


Community Support

AAP branches across Canada provide community support through volunteer opportunities and/or monetary donations to assist local groups/charities. Suit Yourself was selected as our charity of choice in 2020. Visit http://www.suityourselfclothes.org/ for more information about this organization.

Contact Us

If you have questions, you can reach out to:

To see the full list of Executive Committee members and their email addresses, visit the Edmonton Branch members’ only page.