New CEO appointed to Commissionaires Victoria, the Islands and Yukon
By Canadian Security StaffNews commissionaires
Commissionaires Victoria, the Islands and Yukon (CVIY) announced the appointment of Mark Breslauer as its new CEO effective May 15.
Breslauer has led two Vancouver Island-based organizations, first serving as president and CEO of a commercial/retail office supply company and then in his most recent position as CEO of United Way Southern Vancouver Island (UWSVI). He succeeds Gary Paulson who was the divisional CEO for the past seven years and will be retiring in June 2023.
“On behalf of the Board of Governors and all Commissionaires, I welcome Mark to the Canadian Corps of Commissionaires,” said Al Giesbrecht, the Chair of the CVIY Board of Governors in a statement. “His combined community leadership, not-for-profit experience, and extensive private sector business experience will support our strategic goals and social mandate of providing meaningful employment to veterans of the Canadian Armed Forces, the RCMP and their families.”
“I am very excited and honoured to lead CVIY in our mission to provide fully integrated security and innovative technology solutions to our clients, promote workforce professionalism, and maintain an environment of trust and value for our customers, employees and business partners,” added Breslauer.
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