William Moseley, CCLP

Toronto Area Council

Chair: William Moseley, CCLP
Vice-Chair: Michael Gomes, CCLP
Treasurer: Cornelius Wong, CCLP
Secretary: Michael Aimah, CCLP
Events Coordinator: Silvio Kusakawa
Member at Large: Grace Di Marca, CCLP
Member at Large: Tom Pauls, CCLP
Member at Large: Denise Ponte, CCLP
Member at Large: Joyce Xu, CCLP
Member at Large: Millie Jie Leng

About the Toronto Area Council (what we do for your community)

The CITT Toronto Area Council (TAC) has been in existence since 1965 – nearly as long as the CITT organization itself.  It has seen many changes over the years, but the main purpose of TAC has remained the same; to provoke thought, to invite discussion and to promote learning. The scope and importance of the networking found at these events has grown over the years and all events are quality driven.

Eventbrite is our primary method of advertising events and allowing our members to sign up for them. You will also see an uptick in our use of twitter this year and a few other social media channels. Follow us on @CITTinTAC.

We now have 5 main pillar events throughout the year;

  • Golf Tournament
  • Holiday Helpers, an exclusive gift wrapping night for TAC members and their families
  • a bursary available to two students
  • a holiday get-together to celebrate the festive season;
  • The Terry Fox Run as participants in September Nationwide

We also have many tours, speaking events, and general meetings to keep everyone informed and invite all to help participate. All events are available to Certificate Maintenance Units (CMU’s).

Support us by attending or finding out about sponsorship opportunities. These events are all about a successful CITT and student community. Your embracing of them make your experience of the designation stronger through your very own community.

The members of the TAC Executive team are the individuals that help move the council along and allow us to have so many successful events. All are volunteers and happy to invest considerable time, effort and energy for CCLP members, students and other logistics professionals in the Greater Toronto Area. And at the same time being able to network themselves and improve their brand and give back to the community. Their names are already mentioned at the head of this article. But there are others that come along from time to time to help set up single events. And let’s not forget the event site contacts and the tour guides. We welcome your attendance and your assistance.

For more information on the Toronto Area Council, to host an event or general meeting or to find out ways to get more involved please contact William Moseley at wgmoseley@fedex.com.

Toronto Area Council LinkedIn Group Click here to join the CITT Toronto Area Council LinkedIn Group

CITT Toronto Area Council Bursary

Two annual bursaries of $495 each

The CITT Toronto Area Council is now making two $495 bursaries available to any student residing in Ontario registered in the CITT program in 2018. This bursary was formerly offered only to those residing in the GTA and is now open to all Ontario students.  

Qualifications: To qualify, you need to have to be responsible for paying your own course registration fees (your employer does NOT pay your registration fees).

‎To apply please go to:  https://goo.gl/forms/6tJQTVPDMUfLflqi1

Applications due by November 2, 2018. The CITT TAC Executive Committee will review the applications and decide upon two winners, to be announced at the CITT TAC general meeting in November 2018. If you have any questions email:denisebb02@gmail.com

These bursaries have been made available by CITT Toronto Area Council.

The 2017 bursary was awarded to Asen Damyanov and Sagar Shrestha, pictured below, left, receiving his cheque from Cornelius Wong, CCLP, Treasurer of the Toronto Area Council (right). Congratulations! 

Past Winners of the Bursary; 

2017: Asen Damyanov and Sagar Shrestha
2016: Frank Yoo and Jagpinder Juneja
2015: Yan Weng
2014: Joyce Xu

Toronto Area Council LinkedIn Group Click here to join the CITT Toronto Area Council LinkedIn Group