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Airport Security
Jim Facette is the president and CEO of the Canadian Airports Council. He is the chief spokesperson and responsible for the overall management and direction of the association. His association experience includes both professional and industry associations.
Valarie Findlay is a research fellow for the Police Foundation (USA) and has worked for two decades in federal security. She is President of HumanLed, Inc. ( She has managed and participated in the transformation of mission critical systems, developed cyber-security strategies and frameworks, and risk assessment approaches. She holds a Masters in Terrorism Studies and examined the transformation and impacts to law enforcement in Western Nations and is currently engaged in doctoral research. Email: Valarie Findlay is a member of both the American Society for Evidenced-Based Policing, and the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police eCrimes Cyber Council, as well as a member of AFCEA DC. She is also a research fellow for the Police Foundation (USA). She has worked extensively on federal cyber initiatives, which have contributed to her two decades worth of senior expertise in cyber security and policing initiatives. She has a Masters in Sociology and a Masters in Terrorism Studies with her dissertation addressing the impacts of terrorism on law enforcement in Western Nations.
Public Safety
Alexander Fremis
Alexander graduated in 2017 from the Regular Officer Training Program at the Royal Military College of Canada with a BA Psychology and a Minor in Politics. Since graduating, he has served at the tactical level on both domestic and international operations. He is currently a graduate student at Wilfrid Laurier University pursuing a Master of Public Safety specializing in National Security, and has authored several papers and articles on matters of defence, public safety, and national security over the years.
Security and Intelligence
Greg Fyffe
Greg Fyffe is President of the Canadian Association for Security and intelligence Studies. From 2000 to 2008 he was Executive Director of the Intelligence Assessment Secretariat in the Privy Council Office. He is a consultant on security and intelligence issues and co-teaches a graduate course on security and intelligence at the University of Ottawa. He is co-presenter of short courses on strategic thinking and security and intelligence at the University of Ottawa Centre on Public Management and Policy.