Gabriel Miller is an experienced not-for-profit leader who has built an extensive track record in member relations, advocacy, stakeholder engagement and public policy development over his 16-year career.
Prior to joining the Federation, he served in a series of senior roles with the Canadian Cancer Society, culminating as Vice-President of Public Issues, Policy and Cancer Information. Miller has extensive experience building public dialogue on complex issues such as end-of-life and palliative care, directed successful national campaigns, and been a leader in highly effective coalitions, including one that led to the federal ban on asbestos announced in 2016. He is an experienced media spokesperson who has appeared in major national television news broadcast organizations and leading Canadian newspapers.
Previously, Miller was the Government and Media Relations Director of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, which represents big city mayors and municipal governments across the country.
Miller holds a B.A in Philosophy from Queen’s University, and has served as a member of several not-for-profit boards as well as on the Government of Canada’s Diamond Jubilee Advisory Committee.
Director of Policy and Programs
Gauri Sreenivasan has been the Director of Policy and Programs at the Federation since October 2014. She brings nearly 25 years of policy and programming experience in public and non-profit sectors.
Sreenivasan was formerly a Director of Parliamentary Affairs at the House of Commons, and prior to that Policy Coordinator at the Canadian Council for International Cooperation for over 15 years.
Acting Director of Congress and Events
Terry D’Angelo has been the Acting Director of Congress and Events since January 2017, after initially joining the Federation in 2012 as the Manager of Congress and Events.
She has a comprehensive 20-year background in the hotel industry, including sales, catering and convention services. Prior to starting at the Federation, Ms. D’Angelo spent 12 years with Invest Ottawa (formerly known as OCRI), where she oversaw large scale business events with high profile speakers.
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