CPAC ENLIGHT and CCFA Leadership Webinar

Date and Time:

Tue, February 16, 2021

7:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST


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About this Event

Co-organized by CPAC Enlight and CCFA, this leadership event invited two representatives from Mechanical Engineering and Fire Protection Engineering industries to discuss what is leadership and how to become a great leader.



Cheryl Crumb

She is the owner of Cheryl Crumb & Associates. She is a consultant – trainer – coach with a mantra: Courage in Action. Her organization directs service strategies for premier customer-driven enterprises. Located outside of Toronto, she has worked on four continents to improve the customer experience. She offers insights on leadership, relationship management, negotiating, self-management, problem-solving, communications, team building, and just about anything that doesn’t involve electricity, technology or numbers.



Lui Tai, P.Eng, AIFireE


Lui is a licensed Professional Engineer with over 30 years of experience working in the engineering industry in Canada. Lui leads a team of engineers and technologist to complete complex multi-million dollar projects in Canada and around the world, including Pearson International Airport Terminal 1 and 3, North Warning System near the North Pole, many Ontario Power Generation Stations across Ontario and Abu Dhabi Mid-field Terminal in UAE. Lui is also a professor (part-time) at Seneca’s School of Fire Protection Engineering.



Matthew Xie, P.Eng, B.a.Sc, MBA


Matthew is the president of Lake Harbour Ltd. Co. LHC offers multi-disciplinary engineering services, from small-scale to large-scale, for clients worldwide. They have a team of experienced engineers who specialize in mechanical and electro-mechanical design. After graduating from U of T in 1992, he worked in the consumer and automotive industry as a Mechanical Engineer. He worked for some industry leaders like Procter & Gamble and Multimatic Inc. He was the co-Chair of Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO) York Chapter and Board Director of Ontario Society of Professional Engineers.



The event is free and will be live on Zoom through invitation only.

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