Upcoming events

  • CKCA Central Regional Conference
    September 8-9, 2014
    London, ON
  • TIAC Conference

    September 13-16, 2014
    Victoria, BC

  • FMI-CC PD Day

    September 25, 2014
    Ottawa, ON

  • Essential Skills Series

    September 29-30, 2014
    Ottawa, ON

  • FMI-CC PD Day

    October 23, 2014
    Ottawa, ON

  • AFP Phils Awards

    November 12, 2014
    Ottawa, ON

  • 2014 RPIC Real Property National Workshop

    November 18-20, 2014 - Ottawa Convention Centre

Alicia Blais

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Assistant Client Manager

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“I enjoy the people I work with. Willow has a friendly and fun atmosphere and I enjoy coming into work each day. I like that everyone is treated equally and employees/management are referred to on a first name basis. It helps to make those personal connections with your coworkers. And of course how could I forget LUNA. She is a real treat to have around, especially on those days where tensions are running high.”

Responsibilities: Assistant Client Managers work closely with the Client Managers and the administrative staff to roll out and administer all of our clients’ projects and initiatives.  They are key players on the Willow team, our go-to colleagues, requiring strong multi-tasking skills and great attention to detail.  Alicia works closely with Client Managers to manage event logistics, plays a key onsite support role, as well as manages sponsorship and trade show sales and other association projects as assigned.

Background: Alicia joined the Willow Team in April of 2009 after successfully completing the Executive Office Assistant Program at CDI College. Over the years, Alicia has moved from an administrative role to her current Assistant Client Manager position, providing her with a solid background in association related projects.

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“The Willow Group’s contribution to our success as a non-profit organization dedicated to fostering professionalism in materiel management is incalculable.”

Materiel Management Institute (Canadian Institute for Procurement and Materiel Management)