The CAE designation identifies an individual as a competent, experienced and valuable association executive.
The CAE designation is earned in one of two ways:
- Through successful completion of the CAE® Program, consisting of five online courses and an exam
- Through evaluation of your experience and skills via Prior Learning Assessment Recognition (PLAR)
The CAE designation is built on 44 competencies that describe the skills essential for efficient and effective not-for-profit management.
Please join us in congratulating the CSAE Trillium Chapter members who received their CAE Designation last year. These members join the many high-performing and successful association executives across Canada who have earned the CAE designation since its inception in 1972.
Marrianna Correia, CAE, Woodstock and District Developmental Services
Fatima Filippi, CAE, Rexdale Women’s Centre
Beverley Benjamin, CAE, Canadian Society of Club Managers
Wendy Kudeba, CAE, The Kidney Foundation of Canada – Ontario Branch
Ben Lam, CAE
Morgan Connell, CAE, Zeal Management Solutions
Jennifer Crook, CAE, Canadian Health Information Management Association
Karen Dalton, CAE, Canadian Public Relations Society
Shannon O’Callaghan, CAE, Continuum Productions Inc.
Wendy Giroux, CAE, Peterborough and the Kawarthas Association of Realtors Inc.
Diane Lee, CAE, Ontario Real Estate Association
Tasha Stefanits, CAE, Canadian Health Information Management Association
Beth McCracken, CAE, Registered Practical Nurses Association of Ontario
Marion Quigley, CAE, Canadian Mental Health Association – Sudbury/Manitoulin
Carolyn Warkentin, CAE, South Essex Community Council
2013 CAE® Class Valedictorian:
Carolyn Warkentin, CAE, Executive Director, South Essex Community Council