2023 CACEE Annual General Meeting & Panel Presentation

June 13, 2023, 12:00 - 1:30 PM

Have your voice heard, learn and connect with CACEE colleagues and help shape our future as an association!


You are invited to join us via Zoom on Tuesday, June 13th, 2023 from 12:00 - 1:30 pm Eastern to:

  • Engage in a dynamic panel conversation focused on examining 'Emerging Technologies in the World of Campus Recruitment and Career Education’
  • Participate in important discussions, meet and welcome the 2023-24 CACEE National Board of Directors, and hear the latest association updates at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) 
  • Rekindle connection with the CACEE community and colleagues from across the country as we embark on a new programming year

If you are a voting member of the association and have: resolutions for consideration, questions for the CACEE National Board of Directors, or items for discussion under Other Business , please submit them via e-mail to info@cacee.com by Tuesday, June 6th at 5:00 PM Eastern. 

Your participation is not just welcomed, it is essential to conduct the business of the association. If you are unable to attend the live session on June 13th, you are asked to assign a proxy using the Proxy Voting Form.  Please do not hesitate to reach out to the national office at info@cacee.com with any questions regarding your participation in or assigning a proxy for the AGM.

We look forward to seeing you at this virtual event!

Download the 2023 CACEE AGM Agenda

Session Overview -

12:00 pm Eastern - 'Emerging Technologies in the World of Campus Recruitment and Career Education' Panel

12:45. pm Eastern - Annual General Meeting (AGM)

1:30 pm Eastern - Wrap-Up & Adjournment

Emerging Technologies in the World of Campus Recruitment and Career Education -

AI and associated emerging technologies are a hot topic for us as career educators and employers as we seek out resources, guidance, and best practices in:

  • How to leverage these tools and emerging technologies to maximize our productivity, efficacy, reach, and impact in working with students, new graduates, and early career talent
  • Supporting students in the ethical and effective use of these technologies to advance their skills and careers
  • Cultivating a robust and inclusive talent pipeline in a tight market
This panel will:
  • Examine these tools from the student, career educator, post-secondary institution, and employer perspective
  • Talk about the ethical and EDI implications, and potential perils associated with these technologies
  • Engage in dialogue about in-demand skills in relation to these technologies like: prompt engineering, critical analysis, curiosity, etc. that are important for professionals and students to hone as a part of their skills profile
  • Explore the opportunity for the ‘human element’ and how to leverage AI as a complementary tool vs. seeing it as competition/potential replacement
  • Encourage a growth mindset around these tools as they are here to stay

Meet the Panelists -

Chantal Brine
CEO | EnPoint

Chantal Brine is a builder – of people and businesses – a believer in experiential learning, a proponent for mentorship, and an active advocate for women. As founder and CEO of EnPoint, Chantal and her team help clients create and maintain effective mentorship programs using their easy-to-use, customizable and fully automated platform. A sought-after speaker, she often talks about the importance of living an authentic life and on the impact of mentorship in advancing one's career.

She chairs the Mentorship Committee for Women in Communications and Technology, Atlantic Chapter, is past Chair for the Atlantic Regional Advisory Board for the Canadian Association of Career Educators and Employers, serves on the Halifax Chamber of Commerce WorkForce Taskforce, and sits on the Program Advisory Council for Techsploration. She is a mentor with the Newcomer Entrepreneurship Hub, two time judge with Ryzhe Ventures out of Innovation Guelph, and active member of a number of women in tech, startup, and ‘future of work’ peer groups. 

Originally from Bermuda, Chantal made her home in Atlantic Canada after completing her studies at Saint Mary’s University. Chantal’s passion to help others find careers that they love, led her to start EnPoint, where she focuses on helping thousands of people do just that.

Robert Clapperton, PhD
Associate Professor | Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU)

Robert Clapperton is an Associate Professor in the School of Professional Communications at Toronto Metropolitan University. Robert earned his PhD in English Language and Literature with a Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Science at the University of Waterloo. He specializes in computational linguistics, rhetoric, critical discourse analysis with an emphasis on the critical study of artificial intelligence and natural language understanding in several fields including education, politics, commercial, and social enterprise. Robert’s teaching focuses on the digital enterprise and communication research methods.

Robert has developed a natural language understanding experiential learning platform for teaching and practicing communication, critical thinking, and emotional intelligence. The platform is currently used by universities, corporations, and professional associations across North America

Dave Mayers, PhD
Chief Scientist, and HR & AI Adoption Expert | Knockri

Dave is a visionary and technology evangelist, spearheading groundbreaking research as the Chief Scientist at Knockri.  In his current role,  he works as a trusted domain expert focused on the adoption of automation in Human Resources - building trust in AI through transparency, accountability, and risk mitigation. With a deep understanding of workplace psychology and machine learning, he works with Fortune 100 clients to design and implement novel approaches to the automation of employee interviews, helping to solve issues related to efficiency, job performance, and discrimination in employee decision-making. 

He has worked on numerous research projects in the areas of job analysis, assessment development, and machine learning, culminating in numerous publications and presentations at leading industry conferences worldwide. His work is shaping the future of employee-decision making, enabling companies to leverage the power of technology while ensuring fairness and equality in their processes. 

Chris Webb
Alumni Engagement Career Consultant | The University of Huddersfield

Chris Webb is a Registered Career Development Professional (RCDP) currently working in the higher education sector in the UK, and a member of the Career Development Institute (CDI), AGCAS and the Careers Writers' Association. Chris is also a freelance careers writer and podcaster, and currently publishes a weekly career development newsletter on LinkedIn, entitled #TheWeekInCareers, as well as co-hosting the CDI's regular #WeAreCareers livestream show on Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.

Twitter: @WorldWebb
The #WeAreCareers Show: https://www.thecdi.net/WeAreCareers

Registration Notes -

As per the association's by-laws participation in the Annual General Meeting is open to all voting members (Educator, Employer, Affiliate and Life Members in good standing).  In order to register, you must be logged into your CACEE Member Account.  This event will take place via Zoom and begin promptly at 12:00 pm Eastern.  In the week leading up to the event, you will receive a copy of the AGM package, logistical details, and a link to join the session.  You will also receive a reminder the day before the event.  Please reach out to the CACEE National Office at info@cacee.com for any issues with registration or concerns about accessing the AGM.