Today, the Consider Canada City Alliance (CCCA) announced the appointment of Niloo Boroun as its new Executive Director. Ms. Boroun has already assumed the role and will be based out of Toronto. “I am honoured to be leading the Consider Canada City Alliance and look forward to working along side our vibrant membership as we promote our cities and regions to an international audience,” said Ms. Boroun. “The rich partnerships between the CCCA, the Prime Minister’s Office, various ministries within the federal government and a close working relationship with Invest in Canada is deeply encouraging and has already produced a number of strategic initiatives for 2020.” Among her years of work in both the public and private sector, Ms. Boroun notably has held roles in the Office of the Premier (Ontario) as a Senior Policy Advisor to the Premier, a Senior Policy Advisor and Public Appointments to the Minister of Research and Innovation (Ontario) and as Manager, and Acting Director, of Investment Services and Global Markets for Toronto Global (formally Invest Toronto). Ms. Boroun is also the Principal and Founder of the private sector based LCG Consulting. In this role, Ms. Boroun has undertaken project work for a wide range of clients across Canada and international markets such as Asia, North and South America and designs, implements and mobilizes international delegation strategies- focused in the tech sector. “On behalf of our Board of Directors from across Canada, I warmly welcome Niloo to our team and look forward to achieving great things together,” said CCCA Board Chair Malcolm Bruce. “We are thrilled that an individual of her calibre is now part of the CCCA. We go into our Winter meetings later this month with a clear direction forward to gain even more foreign direct investment wins for Canada’s leading cities and regions.”
The Consider Canada City Alliance (CCCA) unites 12 of Canada’s largest municipal regions—Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Winnipeg, London, Hamilton, Waterloo, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal, Quebec City and Halifax—to build a sustainable and globally competitive national economy built upon the collective strength of each member's ecosystem. As an established network of Investment Promotion Agencies from coast to coast, the CCCA works with national and international networks of partners to make Canada the preferred location for foreign investment and trade.