CBAA in search of new leader
The Canadian Business Aviation Association (CBAA) board of directors has announced that president and CEO Rudy Toering will step down from his post as association lead executive as of February 2018.
“Since assuming the position in 2013, Rudy played a pivotal role in strengthening the association by increasing value to members and ensuring its role as a highly valued and respected voice in Ottawa,” said Ron Barnard, chair of the CBAA board. “The CBAA thanks Rudy for his important contributions and wishes him the very best in his future endeavours.”
The association has begun a search for a new president and CEO immediately.
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