All members, along with their guest, are invited to attend the IEEE Toronto Section Annual General Meeting (AGM). The AGM is an occasion to celebrate the achievements of the Toronto Section, made possible by its dedicated volunteers and members. We are pleased to announce that Sandro Perruzza, CEO of the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers will deliver the keynote address, discussing ways to strengthen the engineering profession in Ontario.
Date: Saturday, October 29, 2016
Time: 6:30 pm — 10 pm
Cost: Life members and their guest: $50 per person. Other members and their guest: $70 per person. Contact our section secretary, Ali Nabavi for details.
Location: 21 Old Mill Rd, Toronto, ON, Canada
6:30 PM: Reception and Cash bar
7:00 PM: Formal program:
– Section report by Dr. Thamir Murad, section chair
– Keynote address by Sandro Perruzza, CEO of OSPE
– Section awards
Please notice the following:
• Dress code is Elegant Casual.
• Seats are limited; RSVP is mandatory.
We look forward to seeing you all on October 29, 2016!
Biography for Sandro Perruzza:
Sandro Perruzza is the Chief Executive Officer of the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers (OSPE). Sandro is also on the Board of Directors of Minerva Canada, whose mandate is to embed Health and Safety curriculum into University Engineering and Business Programs across Canada. He has been recognized for the ability to translate complex concepts and situations into unique and practical solutions through a balance of strong business acumen supported by excellent analytical and communication skills. This has allowed him to develop solutions that have been implemented in fortune 500 companies, as well as in small and medium sized enterprises. He has a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics from McMaster University, as well as a Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety from McMaster.
Prior to joining OSPE, Sandro was the President of Focus on Results Consulting and Chief of Client Services at Workplace Safety & Prevention Services, the largest Health and Safety Association in Canada, where he was a sitting member of the Ontario Ministry of Labour’s Prevention Operations Forum. Sandro lives in Oakville, with his wife and four children, and is actively involved in the community and volunteer’s his time, including coaching a competitive boy’s soccer team.