An intimate luncheon event for senior-level communication professionals
About this Event

**Calling all Senior-level Communication Professionals in Ottawa**

Join IABC Ottawa on February 28th as we sit down for an intimate luncheon with Alex Munter, President and CEO of CHEO. A highly regarded leader, Alex has helped CHEO earn recognition as one of Canada’s most admired corporate cultures and a leader in research, health technology, and patient-centered care. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to talk about the C-suite, leadership styles, and communicating in times of crisis and change.

Who should attend: If you are a communication, PR, or management professional who has 15+ years of experience working in a senior position and leading a team this event is for you! This event is part of IABC Ottawa’s Senior Communicator series, which aims to bring together leaders and experienced pros in the industry to learn from an expert and have open, honest discussions. Chatham House Rules apply!

What’s included: A three-course hot lunch (with vegetarian options available) and a non-alcoholic beverage is included in the price of this ticket.

About the Speaker: Alex Munter is President and CEO of CHEO. Since joining CHEO in 2011, he has helped CHEO earn recognition as one of Canada’s most admired corporate cultures and a leader in research, health technology and patient-centred care. CHEO is a world-class centre that provides outstanding family-centred patient care, pioneering research, and training for the health care professionals of the future. In October 2016, CHEO’s hospital services and OCTC’s community services were unified into one organization in order to better connect care for kids and families.

Previously, Alex was Chief Executive Officer of the Champlain Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) – the crown agency responsible for planning, integrating and funding health services in the region. Before joining the LHIN, he led Ottawa’s Youth Services Bureau, one of Ontario’s leading child and youth mental health agencies. Alex also taught in French and English at the University of Ottawa as a Visiting Professor in its Faculty of Social Sciences. From 1991 to 2003, he was an elected Councillor in Ottawa, where he also had lead responsibility for public health, long-term care, housing and social services.

Alex has won awards from a wide range of organizations for his contributions to the community, including the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, the Canadian Institute for Child Health, United Way/Centraide Ottawa, the Federal Business Development Bank, l’Association Canadienne-Française de l’Ontario d’Ottawa, and Leadership Ottawa, among others.

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*Tickets are non-refundable*