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Join us for an engaging webinar on Monday, April 15th at 11:00 AM.

Discover valuable insights into TIAO's key advocacy areas, gain actionable strategies for navigating challenges, and participate in an interactive discussion to address your pressing concerns.

This webinar offers a unique opportunity to meet TIAO's new President & CEO, Andrew Siegwart, and learn about his vision for the future of Ontario's tourism industry.

Don't miss out on this chance to connect, learn, and shape the future of tourism advocacy in Ontario. 

Andrew Siegwart
President | TIAO

Andrew Siegwart brings a wealth of experience and a diverse skill set to his role at TIAO. In his eight years as President and CEO of the Blue Mountain Village Association (BMVA), Andrew delivered exceptional advocacy results by building stakeholder coalitions, strengthening government relationships, and raising the organization's public profile. Under his leadership, BMVA achieved significant milestones, including increased member engagement, award-winning destination marketing programs, financial sustainability, and regional economic development. Previously, as Senior Vice-President at the Retail Council of Canada (RCC), he successfully led critical business units and specialized teams, including events, education, sponsorship, communications, membership, research, and program development. His advocacy efforts, particularly in addressing key issues such as labor supply and workforce development, demonstrated his ability to work with a diverse membership base, tackle emerging challenges, and build strong coalitions and partnerships. 

Dr. Jessica Ng
Director of Policy and Government Affairs | TIAO

Dr. Jessica Ng leads advocacy on key tourism files including economic development, regulatory frameworks, labour, and infrastructure. Before joining the tourism industry, she was a policy researcher and educator at the London School of Economics in England. Jessica holds a PhD in social policy and degrees in global development and Canadian studies.  


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15 Apr 2024
11:00am - 12:00pm EDT

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