MNO citizen continues her leadership in the security field

Bonnie Butlin
MNO citizen Bonnie Butlin
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Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) citizen Bonnie Buttin continues to be recognized for excellence in the field of International Security Leadership. On June 22, 2017, Bonnie was ranked #1 in her category of Security management, education and thought leadership international for the Top 50 influencers in security and fire 2017. This recognition adds to Bonnie’s already impressive achievements across Canada and the globe.

Butlin is the co-founder and executive director of the Security Partners’ Forum (SPF), a platform for professionals in the security resilience, public safety, defence, intelligence and law enforcement domains across Canada and internationally.

In 2016, Buttlin helped launch the Canadian Cybersecurity Alliance (CCA), a network of more than 100 professional associations with a vested interest or affected by cybersecurity and confirmed to be the first of its kind globally, providing unparalleled understanding of the cyber landscape in Canada and internationally. Also in 2016, Bonnie was on the development team that helped launch the International Council of Security and Resilience Educators (ICSRE), which seeks to enhance the global body of knowledge in security and resilience through the creation of a sharing platform for educators from the community college through PhD levels. The development team is comprised of the top-tier educators in security and resilience body of knowledge development from around the world.

Named ‘Canada’s First Lady of Security’, Buttlin is a champion of women and is the International Coordinator of the Women in Security and Resilience Alliance (WISECRA), a global organization.

Buttlin is a thought leader too, penning articles for security and defence publications not just in Canada but also in the UK, US and Australia.

Buttlin continues to be an impressive leader in all aspects of security.

Posted: July 21, 2017

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