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<b>Meet mentors with experience and advice to share</b>

Meet mentors with experience and advice to share

Is someone you know thinking about a career in security, the fire service or policing?

If so, tell them about the Security • Police • Fire Expo. This annual event brings together a fantastic group of motivated mentors with countless hours of experience in their fields. This career expo is a great opportunity for the aspiring to get real-world advice and make real-world connections that can help launch their career.

Here's just a small sample of mentors they could meet:

Silvia Fraser Silvia Fraser, Head of Security, City of Mississauga
An award-winning, thoughtful and energetic leader, Silvia is currently the Head of Security for City of Mississauga, previously leading the City of Toronto's Corporate Security Infrastructure. Silvia was awarded the 2018 Security Director of the Year Award, Community Leader Award and selected as one of the IFSEC's Global Influencers in 2019. Most recently, Silvia was awarded the City of Mississauga Corporate Award of Excellence. Silvia holds her CPP, PMP, CRM and CSPM certifications and is a member of the ASIS Women in Security Council.
Lucie Tremblay Lucie Tremblay, Deputy Chief of Police - VIA Rail Canada
A veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces, Lucie held numerous appointments as a military police officer prior to joining the newly formed VIA Rail Canada Police group. She was trained as a criminal investigator early in her career, under the Canadian Forces National Investigation Service. Lucie was subsequently seconded to Criminal Intelligence Service Canada and contributed to the fight against organized crime as a national project co-ordinator. She led the criminal intelligence program in support of domestic and deployed operations and commanded multinational brigade Investigations in Afghanistan.
Paul Boissonneault Paul Boissonneault, Deputy Fire Chief for the Oakville Fire Department
Chief Boissonneault has served in a chief officer capacity since 2004, is the past president of the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs and is a proud recipient of the Queens Diamond Jubilee medal and Canadian Fire Services exemplary services medal. He holds diplomas and certification as a Company Officer, Fire Officer IV, and Training Officer; and holds a degree in Business administration and Fire and Safety Studies. He has served as associate instructor for the Ontario Fire College for Incident Management and other company officer programs.
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