GFOA ALBERTA LEARNING FREE TRAINING

Stephen Lacroix

Managing Director / Assistant Deputy Minister
Alberta Emergency Management Agency
Public Safety and Emergency Services
Government of Alberta  

Business Continuity Management

Deloitte Presents: Business Continuity Management

Stephen Lacroix

With over 35 years of service in the Canadian Armed Forces, Stephen Lacroix is a proven strategic leader and brings a wealth of experience to the Government of Alberta. He was hired in December 2020 as the Managing Director of the Alberta Emergency Management Agency (AEMA). His military career has been evenly split between duty in the Canadian Army and strategic staff portfolios at National Defence Headquarters. His most recent role was as Commander of the 3rd Canadian Division/Joint Task Force – West where he had the privilege to lead and soldier with over 15,000 military and civilians in the four western provinces and two territories. He is the Vice President of the Board of the Inter-American Defense Foundation, President of the Trust of the 12ième Régiment blindé du Canada Association, Honorary Chair of Homes for Heroes, a member of the Treble Victor Group and recently appointed as an Advisory Board Member of No Stone Left Alone. 

What is Business Continuity Management?

Business Continuity Management is the process of putting a plan in place BEFORE a natural disaster event, helping to build organizational resilience and the capability for an effective response.

Especially now, as many Alberta communities have had to deal with natural disaster management on multiple fronts, the determination to create a plan for managing upcoming challenges to each community is essential. Deloitte and GFOA Alberta are proud to support our local communities by providing the opportunity to hear from and be advised by the Managing Director of the Alberta Emergency Management Agency.

The Webinar will cover:

  • What are baseline BCM and good practices for a community?
  • Disaster management with a focus on insurance programming for municipalities
  • How does continuity management translate to local authorities, with a  focus on latest disaster season, associated programs.
  • Learnings for efficient funding applications and designing programs.

About Us

GFOA Alberta is a professional organization whose purpose is to enhance the practice of governmental finance in the Province of Alberta. Our objectives include:

  • Promote networking opportunities for all government finance officials within all levels of government
  • Support and promotion of Provincial, Canadian and International GFOA Conferences and training programs
  • Communication with membership on financial issues
  • Liaison with Municipal Affairs
  • Enhance the profile of GFOA Alberta.

Our Association is affiliated with the International Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) and maintains contact with its staff to promote training opportunities and participation in annual international GFOA conferences.

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Quick Connect to GFOA Alberta

About Us

GFOA Alberta is a professional organization whose purpose is to enhance the practice of governmental finance in the Province of Alberta. Our objectives include:

  • Promote networking opportunities for all government finance officials within all levels of government
  • Support and promotion of Provincial, Canadian and International GFOA Conferences and training programs
  • Communication with membership on financial issues
  • Liaison with Municipal Affairs
  • Enhance the profile of GFOA Alberta.

Our Association is affiliated with the International Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) and maintains contact with its staff to promote training opportunities and participation in annual international GFOA conferences.

Contact Us

We're always happy to hear from you. Please send us a message by filling out the form below and we will get back with you shortly.

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